An IIT-Goa question paper asked students to frame their own questions and then answer them. Cool, right? 

This unique idea of the IIT-Goa faculty has taken the internet by storm, with many calling it sheer brilliance. 

The question paper of the subject – Analog Circuits, of Electrical Engineering was split into two questions.  

The first question, carrying 30 marks, asked the students to frame questions on the subject based on lecture materials provided. 

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The second question, for 40 marks, instructed the students to answer the questions they just prepared. 

“Avoid discussing with your friends. It may reduce your score if similarities are found,” the question paper read. 

This unique way of evaluating students have taken the internet by storm with many hailing the IIT-Goa faculty. On the other hand, many also criticised the move. 

Many said that it would be challenging to prepare questions, if any student has not gone through the course. 

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