Will the revised syllabus be asked questions in JEE, NEET, Board exams? Find out the answer to the Minister of Education

  • The education minister said the Kendriya Vidyalaya would be started in phases. In addition to online classes, offline classes also run across the country.

New Delhi: Speaking to students during a live webinar today, Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank answered a number of questions. Many questions were asked of the Minister of Education.

One of these questions a student asked was whether they would ask the basic questions of the revised syllabus in the upcoming board exam.

In answer to this question, the minister said that students only need to read the revised syllabus for their board exams and other competitive exams like JEE, NEET. No question will be asked from the excluded part of the syllabus.

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Schools will be opened in phases

Kendriya Vidyalaya will be opened in phases. In addition to online classes, offline classes also run across the country.

When a student asked how to reach the center during an outbreak, the education minister said not to worry about it.

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The minister gave an example stating that NEET and JEE tests were conducted during Covid-19, and that all tests could be conducted successfully.

Adil Khan

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