The class 10 Sanskrit examination has been successfully conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) today, i.e. May 7, 2022. The exam was held for two hours from 10:30 AM to 12:30 AM. CBSE term 2 board exams have already commenced on April 26 and will end on May 24. Soon after the conclusion of the exam, various coaching centres and subject experts have started coming up with the answer keys for the different question paper sets of the class 10 Sanskrit exam.
CBSE Class 10 Sanskrit Answer Key 2022 Set 1, 2, 3, 4 PDF is now available for download
How to check?
Although the official answer keys have not been released, the unofficial ones can be accessed from YouTube and other platforms. However, students are advised to go through multiple answer keys to ensure accuracy. For that, one needs to access the channels and keep an eye on them for all updates.
According to the students, the overall difficulty level of the CBSE class 10 Sanskrit question paper was between easy to moderate level. For many, solving the sample question paper was of great help. Reportedly, the question paper was not even lengthy.
The question paper and its solutions have been released by channels such as ASC Starter, Official Update (SoSE), E Vidya 4U, etc. Students are advised to keep an eye on these channels to access the answer keys as and when they are released. However, for some reference, the direct links have been attached below.
Direct Links to CBSE Class 10 Sanskrit Answer Key 2022
|Released By||Direct Links|
|ASC Starter||Click Here|
|Official Update (SoSE)||Click Here|
|E Vidya 4U||Click Here|
|Adda 24*7||Click Here|
These are not the only answer keys that students have to refer to at the moment. More question paper discussions and solutions will be released in due time. The question paper was set for 40 marks and a reading time of 15 minutes was given to the students to complete the exam.
The term 2 question paper pattern does not follow an objective-type pattern. There are subjective type questions too. As such, there is no provision for negative marking in the exam. The Sanskrit question paper had comprehension and letter-based questions. Picture-based questions were also seen in the question paper.
As per the date sheet, the next exam is going to be conducted on May 10, 2022 for the Science subject. CBSE term 2 board exams are being conducted amidst COVID-19 safety protocols and necessary guidelines. Reportedly, more than 21 lakh students have registered for the exams.