CBSE 10th Result 2022 Live: CBSE class 10 result date soon at cbseresults.nic.in, date, time, latest updates
Dinesh|Jul 5, 2022
NEW DELHI: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has conducted the Class 10 term 2 exam today for Hindi A and Hindi B. The CBSE Board 10th term 2 exam has been commenced at 10:30 am. Additional 15 minutes were given to students to read the question paper.
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The CBSE 10th Hindi term 2 paper is of 40 marks. The exam duration was 2 hours. The question paper hasd two sections, literature and writing.
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Students must check all the documents like CBSE 10th admit card, school ID, etc before going for the exam. Reach the exam centre at least 30 minutes before the reporting time. Do not read anything new right before appearing in the examination. It is important to stay focused and calm during the examination.
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"The Hindi paper was competency-based which required higher-order thinking skills. The writing section included questions that were crafted keeping in mind the current affairs and anyone well-versed with them could have easily attempted the paper. The paper was as per the pattern shared by CBSE and was moderate on the difficulty level. Students were happy and felt that it was a high-scoring paper, " said Sonia Gupta, TGT- Hindi, VidyaGyan Bulandshahr
"All the three sets of question papers were standard, the literature questions were very familiar and easy. Some of the questions were based on creative writing, today's life situations, problems and challenges which can be solved with imagination, situations and the creative spirit of the students themselves. Hope the students have performed very well in this subject," said Prabhakar H Tripathi Hindi Teacher at JAIN International Residential School (JIRS), Bengaluru.
Garima Bhardwaj, Educator (Hindi) at Shiv Nadar School Faridabad said that the Hindi question paper was easy, especially the creative writing section where students could explain the answers in their own words. Most of the questions were from NCERT books and students are expecting good marks in the same.
The Paper was balanced and NCERT-based, The paper consists of 2 sections: In 1 section questions were from the textbook but value-based and Section 2 consists of writing section in which topics were good, said, Vinni Shamra, HOD Hindi, Silverline Prestige School.
Subha Chandra Jha, Senior TGT and HOD-Hindi, Modern English School, Guwahati, said, "the difficulty level of the question paper was easy to moderate, with most of the questions being based on Understanding and Application. A few long answered questions in Literature Section were analytical, thought provocative, and required an in-depth understanding of the lesson content. On the other hand, short answer questions were direct and easy."
He further added, 'Most of the writing section questions were application-based, and the question’s pattern was almost the same as in the CBSE Sample Paper. Overall, it was a balanced, student-friendly, and scoring paper. "
"The Hindi Course-B question paper was balanced and based on the pattern of sample papers. It was set in a way which provoked reasoning and thoughtfulness among the students. It was a bit tricky as it tested the analytical skills of students," said Amita Shukla, TGT Hindi, Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Lucknow.
She further added, "The writing section (Section C) which included short story writing, letter writing, two questions each on notice and advertisement along with a question on paragraph writing was slightly detailed and lengthy in nature. However, the paper did not include anything unpredictable which was a relief to the students."
As per Hindustan Times, a teacher said,"There were many parts to a question and therefore students needed take time and to apply their understanding power first on the lengthy worded questions before start answering them. I believe that students who had thoroughly studied the syllabus would have been able to do well.”
The CBSE term 2 Class 10 analysis Hindi paper by experts will be made available soon.
As per the students, the CBSE Board the question paper was easy to moderate and was inline with the CBSE Board syllabus.
CBSE Board has also concluded the Class 12 Geography exam term 2 today. The exam is held for two hours. The question paper was of 35 marks.
CBSE Board Class 10 Hindi A and Hindi exam term 2 have been successfully conducted. The exam analysis and student review will be out soon.
The sample paper geography class 12 term 2 is also available on the CBSE official website cbseacademic.nic. Students can check the Geography class 12 term 2 important questions and refer to it.
The Hindi question paper will be of 40 marks. It will be divided into two sections, literature and writing. In literature, questions will be asked from the textbooks. In the writing section, questions will be based on paragraph writing, letter writing, etc.
Hindi important questions class 10 term 2 can be extracted from CBSE Class 10 Hindi sample paper. Students can check which topic has more weightage, and what type of questions are being asked in the examination.
Below are some important CBSE 10th exam day guidelines:
CBSE Board is also conducting the Class 12 term 2 Geography exam today May 18, 2022. The Geography exam is being held for 35 marks, and the exam duration is 2 hours.
CBSE Board Class 10 term 2 Hindi exam begins now. The exam duration is 2 hours. The exam will conclude at 12.30 pm.
Students will be given internal choice in letter writing. The CBSE 10th Hindi letter writing question comprises 5 marks. Students have to write one letter among the two in 120 words. Below is the marks distribution for letter writing in Hindi A.
The CBSE 10th sample papers are available to download on the official website cbseacademic.nic. Students can visit the website and download the sample question paper and marking scheme.
The CBSE Class 10 Hindi exam will commence at 10:30 am. The entry in the examination hall will begin at 10 am. The question paper will start distributed at 10.15 am.
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