The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has successfully conducted the class 12 Fashion Studies exam today, i.e. May 19, 2022. Students were given a duration of one and a half hours to complete the exam. The exam was conducted from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM. Soon after the conclusion of the exam, it seems likely that the students will be in search of the answer keys. Although the official answer keys are not yet available, one can still find the unofficial ones that are expected to be released by the coaching centres and subject experts.
Where to get?
The unofficial answer keys are mostly available as question paper solutions and exam analysis. However, students can access the same by going through the respective YouTube channels of the coaching centres and educators. Despite that, it is very unlikely that the answer keys will be available right now and hence, students should keep an eye on the channels so that they don’t miss out on any updates.
Channels such as Sona Sharma, Fashion Studies, Harivijay Prajapati Classes, Mahima Choudhary, etc. are expected to release the answer keys in due time. Note that these are not the only channels that will be coming up with the answer keys since there are many more such channels. Students are advised to keep an eye on the channels so that they don’t miss out on the answer keys. For easy access, the links to these channels have been given below.
Direct Links to Check CBSE 12th Fashion Studies Answer Keys
|Released By||Direct Links|
|Sona Sharma||Click Here|
|Fashion Studies||Click Here|
|Harivijay Prajapati Classes||Click Here|
|Mahima Choudhary||Click Here|
The question paper mainly tested two types of skills of the students namely the employability skills and the subject-specific skills. Two units each are included under both the skills along with practical work. The units are as follows:
Part A: Employability Skills
- Unit 4: Entrepreneurial Skills-IV
- Unit 5: Green Skills-IV
Part B: Subject Specific Skills
- Unit 3: Elements of Fashion
- Unit 4: Basics of Garment Making
The total marks of the question paper are 35. As such, the entire paper is divided into three sections namely Section A, B and C. The first section or Section A comprises 6 questions that cover Employability Skills while Section B has 18 questions covering Subject Specific Skills. However, the last section or Section C comprises 3 competency-based questions.