The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)’s problem-solving assessment book, published this year was marked with some grammatical errors. In a letter written to the board, Arvind Goyal, an academician from Chandigarh written to the board to grabbing their attention toewards the flaws found in the book.
Arvind Goyal pointing out the mistakes said that its sarcastic for a reputed board like the CBSE to make such errors in the usage of the English language in their stuff. As a big number of students prefer to learn from these books and such mistakes will teach them incorrect usage of the language.
He also said that this has not happened for the first time. Such errors have found their way into CBSE's books in the past as well.
“CBSE being a reputed education board must be very careful with their content which is to be published. For this they should have better team for proof reading or else it can become a concern for the students," said Dr. Arvind Goyal.