The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has successfully conducted the class 10 term 1 Hindi Course A examination today, i.e. December 09, 2021. Students had to appear for the examination from 11:30 AM to 01:00 PM. CBSE had previously released the sample papers and syllabus on its academic website – cbseacademic.nic.in. However, now, with the completion of the Hindi Course A examination, it’s time to look at the analysis and the level of difficulty that the students faced.
As per the examinees, the paper was good and easy. There were a few questions that they found confusing but the rest was easy. The Vyakaran or grammar portion was easy in their opinion. Most of them are confident about scoring full marks in the exam. There were 20 questions from the Apathith Gadyangsh out of which students had to attempt any 10 of them.
On the other hand, the teachers are of the opinion that the paper was fairly easy. If the students had prepared and studied well, then they could have easily solved it. Most of the students did not expect the paper to be this easy as they had previously appeared for tougher exams. There were only 03 sections in the question paper.
Soon after the completion of the class 10 term 1 Hindi Course A exam, various coaching institutes and educators have posted the answer keys. Students who are in search of the answer keys can now access them from YouTube easily. All they have to do is type ‘CBSE class 10 term 1 Hindi A exam 2021 answer key’ on the YouTube search box and then tour through the videos that appear thereafter.
Direct Links to Access the Answer Keys
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|10th Hindi Paper Solution – By All About Education||Click Here|
|CBSE Term 1 – Class 10 Hindi – Answer Key out – By Doubtnut||Click Here|
|Hindi Answer Key 2021 – By Adda247 Class 9 and 10||Click Here|
|CBSE Term 1 Hindi Answer Key – By WE WON ACADEMY||Click Here|
|Class 10 HINDI CBSE Board Answer Key||Click Here|
Please note that these are only the unofficial answer keys that have been released by the coaching centres and subject experts. Students should not rely on them completely. For utmost accuracy, they can refer to the textbooks provided by the Board. Other than that, these are only a few answer keys that are available at the moment. To get access to more answer keys, keep an eye on YouTube.