JEE & NEET exams will not have questions from the 30% Syllabus – Union Minister Explained !!

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JEE & NEET exams will not have questions from the 30% Syllabus
JEE & NEET exams will not have questions from the 30% Syllabus

Union Minister Ramesh Pokriyal had an online chat with students yesterday. In it, he answered many questions that clarified the doubts of the students.

Schools Closing:

All schools across India were closed due to the corona epidemic last academic year. Thus all the students are studying online. With the opening of schools for 10th and 12th class students in Tamil Nadu from today, no announcement has been made yet regarding the opening of Kendriya Vidyalaya, a central government school.

Conversation with students:

Yesterday, Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokriyal addressed students at Kendriya Vidyalaya schools on the webinar. In it he answered many questions asked by the students. Students in 10th and 12th classes were asked questions about the opening of schools as the federal government had not yet issued any notice regarding the opening of schools for them as they were about to write the general examination.

He replied that all the schools for Kendriya Vidyalaya CBSE 10th and 12th class students would be opened in a single phase as soon as possible.

In addition, 30% of the syllabi for 10th and 12th class students who are to write the general examination have been removed. Will students be asked questions about it from the syllabi they have dropped? Assured that no questions would be asked in the general examination from the syllabus which was removed.

Entrance Questions:

 Will questions be asked from the syllabus removed in JEE Main 2021 and NEET 2021 exams? Responding to a question from students, the education minister said students need not regret it. Questions do not come out of the 30% syllabus that CBSE has reduced for board exams. This time for the board, Questions on the JEE Main, Advanced and NEET exams will be asked, from the reduced syllabus you are studying.

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