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CP-404 Data Structures exam is Completely out of syllabus

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CP-404 Data Structures exam is Completely out of syllabus

Postby RAVIGARU » Fri Dec 13, 2013 3:49 pm

CP-404 Data Structures exam is Completely out of syllabus

Hi Friends, AMIE Students, Particularly Computer Science Students I have written an email to director_eea@ieidia.org all other email addresses regarding "CP-404 Data Structures exam is Completely out of syllabus". You also send same type of email so that they will think again give some grace marks. So number of emails increases, possibility of good reaction can be expected. Lets do it Now.
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Dear Sir

CP-404 Data Structures exam is Completely (60%) out of syllabus
In the prescribed syllabus it is not mentioned that to implement data structures in any particular programming language. But the Winter 2013 question paper is full of C/C++ functions only. Total number of 10 questions are direct programmes n complicated programs. Questions are starting "" Write a C/C++ function"" total 10 questions each carrying 10 marks amounting to 100 marks.

You are requested to grant grace marks and save students. And the syllabus is also strictly followed for setting up question papers. So that working students can think of passing IEI Exams.

Looking forward for favorable action please

Thanking you Sir
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Re: CP-404 Data Structures exam is Completely out of syllabu

Postby sanjupreety » Sun Dec 15, 2013 3:32 pm

me also agree wid ur point of view sir
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