Abhiraj P|May 28, 2022
CBSE Class 10 Hindi paper 2022 was standard, thought-provoking, based on board pattern
CBSE conducted class 10 term-2 Hindi exam 2022 today. Check paper analysis, reactions of students, teachers here.
NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 10 Hindi board exam 2022 was ‘standard’, ‘moderate’ and as per the pattern shared by the board. CBSE Class 10th Hindi Exam 2022 Live Updates
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The question paper of the Hindi course ‘B’ was standard. Questions have been asked from the course book and language was also according to the level of the students, according to Seema Behl, Principal, Brain International School.
"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.
According to Prabhakar H Tripathi Hindi Teacher at JAIN International Residential School (JIRS), Bengaluru "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."
“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. 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,” said Amita Shukla, TGT Hindi, Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Lucknow
As per Subha Chandra Jha, Senior TGT and HOD-Hindi, Modern English School, Guwahati, “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-provoking, and required an in-depth understanding of the lesson content. On the other hand, short answer questions were direct and easy. 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.”
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