The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has conducted the CBSE class 10 painting exam today on April 26, 2022, from 10.30 am to 11.30 am. The question paper of the CBSE class 10 painting exam will be available on the official website of CBSE along with the answer key and marking scheme soon. Alongside painting, exams for Rai, Gurung, Tamang and Sherpa papers is also being conducted today from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM. The class 10 term 2 examinations which started on April 26, will conclude on May 24, 2022. Various educators and teachers have released the unofficial answer keys of the CBSE class 10 term 2 painting examination on their YouTube channels.
CBSE Class 10 Painting Unofficial Answer Keys
The students who had attended the CBSE class 10 term 2 painting examination 2022 can access the unofficial answer keys of the examination from the official YouTube channels of various educators and YouTube channels who are specialized in school examinations. Students can use the answer keys to analyze their performance in the CBSE class 10 term 2 painting examination 2022. The links to access the unofficial answer keys are given in the table below.
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CBSE Class 10 Term 2 Painting Examination 2022 – Analysis
The class 10 term 2 painting examination 2022 was conducted for 15 marks by the CBSE. The duration of the exam was one hour. The question paper of the CBSE class 10 term 2 painting examination had only one section with only 6 questions.
The first 4 questions carried 2 marks each. The fifth question carried 3 marks and the sixth question carried 4 marks. The total marks for the CBSE class 10 term 2 painting examination were 15. Students had the option to choose one question from the two alternatives given in questions one, three and five. All the questions in the CBSE class 10 term 2 examinations were asked about Indian Folk Art – Madhubani and Warli. Questions from Indian art of the ancient and early medieval period, sculpture and engravings were also posed. All the questions were from the syllabus prescribed by the CBSE. There were questions on the significance of various artforms/architectural splendors of India. The examination had difficulty ranging from easy to moderate according to exam-takers.