Hindi paper for class 10th over, know what students have to say

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New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had conducted the Class 10 Hindi and Class 12 Geography Term 2 examination 2022 on May 18. The papers started at 10:30 am and ended at 12:30 pm.

 

According to the students who appeared for it, the class 10 Hindi paper was easy but lengthy.

 

Students must be aware that there will be no official answer key for Term 2 examinations.

 

The Board is conducting the Term 2 Board Exams with COVID-19 Precautions. Students are required to wear masks and maintain social distancing in the examination hall. They must follow the guidelines mentioned on the admit card.

 

Here is what students said for CBSE Term 2 Hindi Course A and B Exam-

 

Based on talking to some students, it was found that the exam was like the sample paper, apart from this, for those who had practiced the NCERT books well, this paper was easy for them.

 

People’s response to whether the paper was lengthy was average, with everyone saying that the paper could have been done comfortably in the stipulated two hours.

 

Overall, the children looked excited when they left the examination hall.

 

As per the initial responses, CBSE Class 10 Hindi question paper was very easy while Hindi Course A question paper was moderately easy.

 

According to a student, the paper was very easy. No question went into trouble today, I hope to score well in this paper. Also, this was my last paper, so I am very happy that the board exams are over!

 

Another Class X student shared that the writing section in the paper was very easy and literature too. However, the comprehensive passages took a bit long.

 

 

Hindi A

 

-Today’s paper was divided into two sections.

 

-It was mandatory to answer all the questions.

 

-Attention to cleanliness was mandatory in this paper.

 

-Section A had three questions, whereas in the second section 4 questions were asked.

 

Hindi B

 

-Hindi B was for 40 marks.

 

-This paper was also divided into two sections.

 

-Section A had 3 questions, but Section B had 5 questions.

first published:May 18, 2022, 3:09 p.m.

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