The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has successfully conducted the class 10 Sanskrit examination today, i.e. May 7, 2022. Students had to appear for the exam for a duration of two hours from 10:30 AM to 12:30 AM. CBSE has been conducting the board exams since April 26 and it will end on May 24. Soon after the conclusion of the exam, students seem to be in search of the answer keys along with the question paper solutions.
CBSE Class 10 Sanskrit Answer Key 2022 Set 1, 2, 3, 4 PDF is now available for download
How to check?
Since the official answer keys have not been released yet, the unofficial ones can be accessed from the coaching centres and subject experts. For utmost accuracy, it is advised to go through multiple answer keys. To access them, students need to go through the YouTube channels of the coaching centres and subject experts.
Coaching centres like Master Sahab, kailash Sharma, Edumantra, Class 9 & 10 Hindi Medium, etc. are expected to come up with the answer keys in due time. 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
|Released By||Direct Links|
|Master Sahab||Click Here|
|Kailash Sharma||Click Here|
|Class 9&10 Hindi Medium||Click Here|
|Magnet Brains||Click Here|
The total marks of the question paper are 40 and a reading time of 15 minutes was given to the students to complete the exam. Unlike term 1, 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 also had comprehension and letter-based questions. As per the sample paper, picture-based questions were also seen.
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the CBSE term 2 exams are being conducted adhering to all safety protocols. Students are required to carry their own hand sanitisers and maintain all social distancing norms. Reportedly, CBSE has spent nearly Rs 5000 per examination centre on exam days for necessary arrangements like infrared thermometers.
A detailed analysis regarding the question paper difficulty and students’ reactions is usually released after the conclusion of the exam. Along with class 10 board exams, the board has also conducted the class 12 Chemistry exam today itself. More than 21 lakh students had registered for the board exams.