Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank clarified a major skepticism of the students on Monday, clarifying that all the questions asked in the JEE and NEET examinations will be asked from the part of the syllabus taught to them.
That is, as much as the part taught in the twelfth, the questions will be asked in that part also in the examinations. Apart from this, no questions will be asked from the reduced thirty percent share. In view of the Corona crisis, the Union Ministry of Education gave CBSE syllabus up to thirty percent this time.
Union Minister Nishank is interacting with students of Kendriya Vidyalayas across the country through an education dialogue program. During this, he also answered the students' questions in his own style. In response to a question, Nishank told the students that it is not possible to call all the students in the classroom even after the schools open.
In such a situation, the online education of students will continue. During this time, he has also indicated to invite-only half the children to each class. During this time, he answered about fifteen questions related to different topics of the students.