Students who sat for the Indo-Swiss Training Centre entrance exam complain that many questions were out-of-syllabus.
More than one thousand students were surprised to see the question paper of the Indo-Swiss Training Centre entrance exam on Sunday. Students found that 30 per cent of the questions were out of syllabus.
The examination was conducted by the Central Scientific Instruments Organization. Students said that they prepared for the test according to the syllabus that was given on the internet but the questions on the paper were out of course. Students want the CSIO to administer the test again or omit the out of course questions from the marking.
Meanwhile, CSIO director Pawan Kapur said that competition for the 70 seats of the Indo-Swiss Training Centre is fierce. He believes that students who could not cope with exam are finding fault with the question paper. However he promised to look in to the matter.
The Indo-Swiss Training Centre prepares students for three trades. The training is intensive over a period of three to four years. Students are admitted to one or another of the three courses according to their ranking in entrance exam.
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