**Primary 5 is the first year where your child will be allowed to use calculators in examinations**. However, calculators are actually only allowed for Paper 2, while Paper 1 still requires manual calculations. Hence, it is important for your child not to be overly dependent on calculators.

No. **Calculators aren't allowed**. Firstly, there won't be any complex calculations. Squaring and cubing numbers is considered an easy job for a person appearing for 12th Board.

**Calculators and any other electronic devices are not allowed to the exam** and no virtual calculator will be provided.

Additional guidelines for scientific calculators (j) **No programmable calculators are allowed**. (k) No calculators with permanent features of a programmed kind are allowed, e.g. calculators capable of numerical integration and/or numerical differentiation.

**Yes.. in B.COM or any other graduation or post graduation course of commerce calculator is allowed not only in PRSU but in every college and university all over India**. But it should be a normal calculator and not a scientific one.

According to actual notification of CBSE “The Board has decided to facilitate students under CSWN (children with special needs) category by allowing the use of simple basic calculator during the board exam 2020 for class 10^{th} and class 12^{th} only.

**its not as that tough for a science student to do BCA** . You can go for bca. but you can also try for other other courses too like BBA and ol .

It's not an big ideas if you're weak in mathematics many students pursuing BCA as their degree who are weak in mathematics. **It will be good choice of you choose BCA as your Bachelor degree**. In BCA you'll learn some programming languages that will help you in your bui or in corporate world of you opt for a job.

Hello, **Yes calculators are allowed for accounts exams** but not scientific calculators only normal calculators are allowed.

Is there Maths in BCA? **Mathematics is one of the most important BCA course subjects**. You will study topics like Limits and Continuity, Differentiation, Statistics, Probability, etc.

**CBSE does not allow Class 12 Accountancy students to use calculators during exam**.

Dealing with averages and percentages and a table filled with four sets of four digit numbers made my head spin because **calculators were not allowed**.

**Primary 5 is the first year where your child will be allowed to use calculators in examinations**. However, calculators are actually only allowed for Paper 2, while Paper 1 still requires manual calculations. Hence, it is important for your child not to be overly dependent on calculators.

5. **Examinees are allowed only to bring pen, pencil, eraser and approved calculators** (list enclosed) into the examination halls. Instrument Box/Pencil Box/Scale/Set Squares/ Compass/ any kind of bags/ mobile-phones/ communicative devices of any kind, etc. are not allowed at all.

No… **Calculators are not allowed in CBSE board examinations**.

The scientific calculator of **Casio** is most preferable in the engineering student community; Casio is easy to use and most affordable in terms of price and quality.

**Yes.** **You can pursue BCA without maths and computer in class 12th**. Maths and Computer are not compulsory for BCA.

Dated : 08-Jul-2022

Category : Education