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The first exam of class-10 was completed today. The first exam was mother tongue. In which a big mistake was revealed in the Gujarati paper. The paper makers introduced Barakat Virani who is popularly known with the nickname Befam, in the name of Mukatka poet Raish Maniyar.
Students were also confused while writing the paper due to this ban. Also, this question paper became a topic of discussion throughout the day. It was asked in the question paper of Gujarati that what is Muktak? Success is not in the palm line of life… What does Raish Maniyar want to say?
Then a mistake was found in this verse and the name of its composer. This original verse was from Barakat Virani aka Befam. was However, the question paper mentions the name of Raish Maniyar. It may be noted that Raish Maniyar is a well-known poet as well as a doctor.
Poet Raish Maniyar also shared a post on his Facebook wall about this question paper being the subject of discussion. In which he shared a photo of the original textbook page. In which it was seen that the works of poets including Barkat Virani, Raish Maniyar were on the same page of the textbook. Hence this mistake must have been made by the paper makers.
Gujarati paper easy
The Gujarati question paper was easy for the students who passed this test. Also in Gujarati subject, benefits of mobile in medium, village speaks, Ekbal Ek Zadh Essay was asked.
The GSEB exam is being held at 958 exam centers in 33 districts in the state from today. The class 10 exam started at 10 am and the first language paper is. When the class 12 exam started at 3 pm.
19 thousand 660 students of class-10 remained absent on the first day itself
More than 9 lakh examinees are giving the paper in class 10th. While more than 5 lakh students in class 12 general stream and more than 2 lakh students in class 12 science stream are appearing for the exam, although 19 thousand 660 students of class 10 were absent on the first day, 4 thousand 134 students were absent in class 12.
A total of 16.59 lakh students of the state have registered for the board exam. In which 9.57 lakh students of class 10, 5.65 lakh students of class 12 general stream and 1.36 lakh students of science stream have been enrolled. Also, 101 students in class 10 and 56 students in class 12 will appear from four different jails.