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Board exams 2021, JEE, NEET will be based on reduced Syllabus: Education Minister

Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' has come live on social media platform Twitter on 12.20 pm on Monday. He clarified that all the questions asked in the JEE and NEET examinations will be asked from the part of the syllabus taught to them. Union Minister Nishank was interacting with students of Kendriya Vidyalayas across the country through an education dialogue program. Earlier, due to COVID-19, CBSE has reduced their syllabus by 30 percent.

Board exams 2021, JEE, NEET will be based on reduced Syllabus: Education Minister

Nishank told the students that it is not possible to call all the students in the classroom even after the opening of schools in the situation. In such a situation, online education of students will continue. On a question related to teaching Artificial Intelligence (AI) in schools under the new National Education Policy, the Union Education Minister said that at present it will be taught in the schools from Class 9.

On the webinar, he encouraged all the students and also appreciated the cooperation of teachers, principals and parents. The Union Education Minister said, "We have introduced a 'Manodarpan' platform to help students in improving their mental health in this tough time. This was done to improve the mental state of the students. Then Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched Fit India for physical efficiency."

During the webinar, he suggested that students should write their experiences of the Corona crisis period in their diary. Also, Students can share their any experience of Corona crisis by writing directly to Education Minister.
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