In Saturday’s Class 10 exam, the questionnaire contained an understandable passage stating that “a woman’s emancipation undermines parental authority over the child” and that “a mother can gain loyalty to her children only by obeying her husband’s way. Ones,” among others.
Various quotes from the paragraph have gone viral on social media where users on the microblogging site Twitter have called on the board to support the trend “CBSE insults women” “mischievous” and “regressive views”.
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Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Bhadra also objected to the question paper on Twitter.
“Incredible! Are we really teaching children this behavior? Obviously the BJP government supports this retrograde attitude towards women, otherwise why would they be included in the CBSE curriculum?” He said.
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– Priyanka Gandhi Bhadra (priyankagandhi) 1639320049000Advertisement
Lakshmi Ramachandran, spokesperson of the Tamil Nadu Congress Committee, said, “Today, this cruelly irrational reading paragraph appeared in the 10th CBSE board exam question paper. What are we teaching our children?
“The Class 10 CBSE English Paper today says that children and servants must be taught their place and that women have gained some freedom and undermined parental authority over children. The whole passage is so stupid. Says.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) said in a statement: “There seems to be mixed reaction from some parents and students who passed a set of English papers for the CBSE Class 10 first term examination held yesterday. This seems to support it. And allegations of promoting gender stereotyping “”.
“The matter will be referred to the subject matter experts for consideration as per the pre-determined procedure of the board. Regarding the correct answer option and the answer key published by the board, it is made clear that if the expert thinks that the passage has multiple interpretations, appropriate action will be taken to protect students’ interest.” The board said.
The CBSE class 12 sociology paper held earlier this month asked students to name the group under which “anti-Muslim violence in Gujarat took place in 2002”, a question the board later said was “inappropriate” and against its guidelines.
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