CBSE Class 10 Hindi exam 2024 was ‘as per syllabus’, ‘balanced’; analysis here

CBSE Class 10 Hindi Exam Analysis: Students found questions from unseen passages ‘challenging’, as per reactions.


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CBSE Class 10 Hindi paper analysis out. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)CBSE Class 10 Hindi paper analysis out. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)

Vagisha Kaushik | February 21, 2024 | 07:36 PM IST

NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 10 Hindi board exam 2024 was balanced with some challenging sections, as per analysis from teachers. The exam was held today from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm.

As per Neetu Anand, Trained Graduate Teacher (TGT) Hindi, Manav Rachna International School, Charmwood, CBSE 10th Hindi paper was based on CBSE syllabus. “Class 10 Hindi paper was as per the CBSE syllabus. The question paper was divided into two sections. Section 'A' was based on multiple choice as well as proficiency. It is very good that the paper was doable for average students. They were able to understand the questions correctly and answer them,” she said.

However, the statement and reason questions based on unread passages and textbooks were full of doubt and challenging, as per the TGT. “Such questions provide an opportunity to the students to make full use of their logical abilities,” the teacher said. According to her, section 'B' was subjectively balanced, based on current affairs, “which promotes the thinking power and sensitivity of the students.”

Alka Kapur, Principal Modern Public School, Shalimar Bagh shared that a few students believed that the exam strikes a reasonable balance, while others claimed that the reading from the passage was more challenging than the grammatical section. Every student felt that the three-hour time limit for the Hindi paper became a challenge to writing proficiency and required strong time management.

“Students' remarks indicate that the majority of the literary portion's questions were taken from the NCERT syllabus, which was quite simple to understand and had good effort. It is anticipated that today's question paper might be a significant test of the students' preparations, with a balanced blend of basic and intriguing questions,” the principal added.

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