CBSE Boards 2018: Students say Class 10 Hindi paper was easy, questions from syllabus only

07 March 2018, 02:47 PM
CBSE Boards 2018: Class 10 Hindi paper easy, questions from syllabus (Source: PTI)
CBSE Boards 2018: Class 10 Hindi paper easy, questions from syllabus (Source: PTI)

The second day of class 10 board examination witnessed the Hindi language paper, which the students termed as easy and simple. The students came out of the examination hall with happy and smiling faces.

Both the students and the teachers were happy and satisfied with the question paper set by the Central Board of Examination (CBSE). According to experts, the question paper of Hindi was as per the announced patter, with overall balance, and was easy for all sorts of students.

Experts of the education fraternity expect this year’s passing percentage to be higher than previous years. Teachers who went through the question paper before the examination commenced said that the paper was optimum and students will neither find the paper lengthy nor difficult.

The question papers of both Hindi Course A and Course B were termed to be easy and crisp. Students finished their examination on the prescribed time.

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The basic question pattern of this year has been tweaked a bit. The paper was divided into four parts, A, B, C, D, and the students were given 15 minutes to go through the paper. A total of three hours was given to attempt the examination. Students were required to answer every question of every section in the paper.

The question paper comprised of four sections, first being Comprehension of 15 marks, second being Grammar of 15 marks, third being Literature of 30 marks, and the last section being Writing Section of 20 marks.

Over 16 lakh students have registered for the class 10 examination, and the students will sit for their next examination, English language, on March 12. The exams of class 10 will end on April 4 and the class 12 examinations will end on April 13.

First Published: Wednesday, March 07, 2018 02:40 PM
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