New Delhi: A senior Congress member on Thursday raised the issue of the tough mathematics question paper in the ongoing CBSE board examinations and asked the government to consider the issue "seriously".
Speaking during zero hour, K.V. Thomas, Congress MP from Ernakulam in Kerala, said this affects the future of many students in the country.
Reports said many class 12 students who appeared for their CBSE board exam on Wednesday found the maths paper tough, tricky and too lengthy.
"The government should take it seriously. In future, when question papers are being set, efforts should be made to rope in experienced and senior people," he said.