In the Class 10 CBSE exam held on Saturday, the English paper had an understandable passage such as “Women’s emancipation destroys parental authority over the child” and “It can only gain a mother by following her husband’s path. Loyalty to children”, and based on passage. By question.
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Raising the issue in the Zero Hour in the Lok Sabha, Gandhi demanded the immediate withdrawal of the said paragraph, an apology from the government and a review of the “serious error”. “The paragraph contains brutal statements such as ‘women’s independence is the main cause of various social and family problems’ and if ‘wives stop obeying their husbands, this is the main reason why children and servants are undisciplined’,” she said. , Read Excerpts from Class-10 CBSE Question Papers.
The Congressman said the whole paragraph was riddled with such reprehensible notions and that the questions that followed were equally “irrational”.
Members of Congress, DMK, IUML, NCP and National Conference walked out of the House seeking clarification from the government on the issue raised by Gandhi.
“I would like to add my voice to the concerns of students, parents, teachers and educators and I strongly object to such shamelessly misogynistic material to find its way in an important examination conducted by CBSE,” Gandhi said.
He urged the Ministry of Education and the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to immediately withdraw the questions, apologize and conduct a thorough review of this “serious mistake” so that “it never happens again”.
“I further urge the Ministry of Education to review the curriculum and textbook gender sensitivity standards,” said Rae Bareli.
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