The sociology exam for CBSE class 12 board examinations asked students to name the political party whose regime was responsible for the Gujrat riots. The question asked in today’s CBSE term 1 exam has been labelled ‘inappropriate,’ and the board has promised to take’strict action against individuals responsible for asking the question.’
“Unprecedented scale and scope of anti-muslim violence in Gujarat in 2022 occurred under which government?” said the inquiry. The choices were Congress, Democratic Party, BJP, and Republican. Students were required to choose the correct answer and circle it on the OMR sheet.
The CBSE published a public statement shortly after the exam, claiming that the question violated its norms. “In today’s class 12 sociology Term 1 test, a question was asked that was unsuitable and in breach of the CBSE norms for external subject experts creating question papers.” CBSE “acknowledges the error and will take appropriate action against those responsible,” the organisation stated.
According to student feedback, the assertion reasoning type questions segment of the CBSE sociology exam featured two difficult questions. Exams for class 12 will continue till December 21. The next English paper will be held on December 3rd.
The first board exams for the year 2022 were held on December 1st, according to CBSE. The question paper pattern for the 2022 Board exams has changed. There will be two tests this year. Term 1 exams are now being held. Only MCQ (multiple choice) questions are asked in term 1 board exams.
CBSE question papers are now not only based on books or rote learning, but also to measure students’ critical thinking and understanding, according to the board’s previous statement on the new exam structure.
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