Various states including CBSE have also announced the board exam 2021. Board Exam Datesheet of many board exams has also been released. Lakhs of students are busy preparing for the exam. Meanwhile, a question has arisen regarding the question paper.
Schools remained closed for almost a full year in 2020 due to the Corona Virus epidemic. Classes were taken online, but due to technical limitations, not every student could get the benefit. Which has created a learning gap. Government officials have informed the Parliamentary Standing Committee about this.
Officials say that due to lack of internet connectivity and mobile, laptop facilities, many children are not getting the benefit of online classes. In such a situation, the question is arising that when all the children could not get the same education, then how to take the test equally?
In this regard, the Parliamentary Panel has made a suggestion to the Union Ministry of Education. The chairman of the panel and BJP MP Vinay Sahasrabuddhe (MP Vinay Sahasrabuddhe) has advised the ministry to create a ‘Big Question Bank’.
He has said that a big question bank should be prepared for all subjects of 10th and 12th, in which the entire syllabus is covered. It should be delivered to all students on time. Then in the board examinations this time, questions should be asked from the same question bank. So that every student gets an equal opportunity.
At present, there is no response from the Ministry of Education. Union Education Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank had announced the CBSE Board Exam 2021 dates (CBSE Board Exam Date 2021) a few days ago. The detailed date sheet (CBSE Datesheet 2021) will be released this month.