Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has concluded the CBSE class 10 Home Science Term 1 examination today. The examination was held pan India in the affiliated schools. Unlike previous years this time, the examination was held with the revised structure for a duration of 90 minutes. The board from this year has decided to conduct CBSE Home Science Term 1 and Term 2 of 35 marks instead of a single examination.
CBSE class 10 Home Science Term 1 Analysis
The examination for CBSE class 10 Home Science is over now and as per students who have appeared for the examination, the paper was relatively easy. The questions were primarily from the syllabus notified by the board earlier for the subject. Along with this, the sample paper that has been shared earlier was of great help as the structure of the questions was similar to the one provided in it.
Class 10 Home Science, CBSE exam had questions mainly from three topics: Management of Resources, Food and Personal Hygiene, and Human Growth and Development. The questions in the Class 10 Term 1 exam were direct and easy to attempt.
Questions in the form of fill up the blanks, one-word substitution, questions more than one answer, passage and inference based, questions based on assertions and reasons were filled in the CBSE Home Science question paper. The students can get a tentative idea of the complete paper structure from the space below:
- Section A : 22 questions (18 compulsory)
- Section B: 21 questions (17 compulsory)
- Section C: 12 questions (10 compulsory)
Since now the examination is over students who have appeared for the examination are searching for the proper answer key. The answer key is not available at the moment however the same is expected to be released on the Youtube channels of teachers soon. The students can check out these answer keys to get a coherent idea of their overall performance level in the examination
A lot of other changes like altering the question paper pattern, reducing the syllabus for Home Science, CBSE class 10 have also been introduced from this year onwards. One of the key changes that are done this year is conducting the exam in offline or OMR mode. It is highly anticipated that the result of the exam shall be released in January 2022.