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Inappropriate Question in 12th Sociology Exam Recognized by CBSE: Strict Action to be Taken

Authorities have admitted a “inappropriate question” in the 12th sociology test, according to the Central Board of Secondary Education.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has revealed that a “inappropriate question” in the CBSE Class 12 Sociology test has been detected as breaking the board’s norms. CBSE announced on Twitter that those involved in the question preparation would suffer serious repercussions, that the Board prefers only academic-oriented questions, and that anything that harms people’s sentiments because of their social or political choices will be rejected.

For the sociology exam, the board adopted a multiple-choice question structure. “A question was asked in today’s class 12 sociology term 1 test that was unsuitable and went against CBSE norms for external topic experts arranging question papers.” The board admitted to the mistake and warned that individuals who were involved would face “serious penalties.” A tweet was put out by the board.

12th Sociology Exam

The Board acknowledges to asking an incorrect question on the CBSE Term 1 Exam and promises to take action.
In another tweet, the Board stated that “the CBSE guidelines for paper setters clearly state that they must ensure that the questions are academic-oriented only, that they are classified as religion-neutral, and that they do not touch on domains that may harm people’s sentiments based on social and political choices.”

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The Board of Control for Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued a notification regarding the publication of CBSE Class 12th Exam question papers.

The board has also issued an important notice regarding the production of question papers by schools for the current Term 1 test. It has come to our knowledge that some testing centres are printing question papers in both English and Hindi and then delivering them to pupils. The board remarked, “This is not in conformity with the CBSE’s directions.”

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