Digital Desk, New Delhi Some students have raised objections on social media regarding the CBSE board’s 10th standard English exam. Students say that misleading questions have been asked in the exam. However, the CBSE says there was nothing misleading or wrong with the exam. Each question was clearly asked and the CBSE standard is maintained.
At the same time, Congress leader Lakshmi Ramachandran, who hails from Tamil Nadu, has also raised questions about the standard 10 English exam. Lakshmi Ramachandran says that CBSE has said offensive things about the wife form of women in the standard 10 question paper here. He says the CBSE has written in one of its paragraphs that the wife should obey her husband’s every command. “This is an insulting and unnecessary paragraph,” he said. Appeared in 10th CBSE board exam paper. The CBSE will have to explain what we teach our children and apologize for provoking our children.
The CBSE has rejected it in response to misleading questions asked by students. According to CBSE Controller of Examinations Samyam Bhardwaj, there is no error in question number 13 and 14 in standard 10 English examination. Question Nos. 13 and 14 are part of passage 2 of section A. The CBSE says that questions 13 and 14 are true and there is no ambiguity. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted the 10th Term-1 Board English subject examination on Saturday, December 11, 2021.
The CBSE says that if the second phase examinations are not held due to Kovid, only the marks obtained in the first phase examinations will be considered as final and the result will be prepared on that basis. However, if such a situation does not arise and the second phase examinations are also successfully conducted by CBSE, the final result will be decided on the basis of 50-50% marks in both these examinations. CBSE has issued instructions to all schools across the country to upload practical marks by December 23.