Controversy arose over question asked in Goa board 10th English question paper
Controversy has arisen due to a question asked in the Goa Board of Class 10 English examination, because of alleged corruption in recruitment in jobs in the state.
Controversy has arisen due to a question asked in the Goa Board of Class 10 English examination, because of alleged corruption in recruitment in jobs in the state. The Government has demanded action in the matter while the opposition Congress said that the question reflects the “reality of the state government”. A question asked in the English examination held last week referred to a conversation between two people, in which one said that “because of the lack of jobs here, he has to choose to work in Portugal because someone here will get a job It requires access and money. ”
President of the Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary School Education Ramakrishna Samant said on Monday that the matter will be investigated. Samanta said, “We will investigate it immediately.” Goa has been a colony of Portugal in the past. It was liberated from Portuguese rule in 1961.
Goa Security Forum (GSM) President Subhash Velingkar said that this question is a result of pro-Portuguese mentality. They demanded an investigation into the case and action against those found guilty. However, Goa Pradesh Congress Committee President Girish Chodankar said that this question reflects the reality of the state government. He tweeted, “There is no need to change people’s voice. The message in this question asked in SSC exam is clear. The BJP government in Goa under Chief Minister Dr Pramod Sawant is corrupt. Now it is clearly visible in the education system as well. “