To answer all the queries of the teachers regarding the Board Exam 2021, the Union Education Minister, Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, will again hold a live stream today, i.e., 17 December 2020 at 4 PM IST. With the current academic session almost nearing the end and the new academic session in line, teachers too have a huge clutter of doubts regarding the feasibility of board exams, especially with syllabus reduction.
Dr Pokhriyal has asked the teachers to tweet their queries regarding the board exam, using #EducationMinisterGoesLive on his official Twitter handle.
”Dear Teachers, I will be going #live on Dec 17 at 4 PM to talk to you all about the upcoming board exams. Please share your queries/concerns with me using #EducationMinisterGoesLive. I will be happy to address them all.”
On 10 December 2020, the Union Education Minister, Pokhriyal covered all the significant queries of the students regarding the conduct and pattern of various entrance examinations. He announced that the exams will not be cancelled, but the security of the students is the utmost priority. He also announced the dates for JEE Main exam 2021 yesterday, i.e., 16 December 2020.
Among all this, another issue that has always cropped up was the reduction in the syllabus by two of the Central Boards, i.e., CISCE and CBSE and the repercussions that it will have on the entrance exam and paper pattern. Since most entrance exams are based on the class 12 board syllabus, this issue has been a constant worry to many.