Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is all set to conduct the CLass 10 Hindi Course A Term 2 paper tomorrow, May 18, 2022. Paper will be held for a duration of 2 hours, i.e., from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. The paper shall be entirely subjective in nature, comprising of questions which are based on prose, poetry and composition. So, to ace tomorrow’s language paper, a student must have a thorough understanding of chapters along with format for each type of composition (message writing, advertisement writing, letter writing, etc).
CBSE Class 10 Hindi Course A 2022 Syllabus
Tomorrow’s CBSE Class 10 Hindi Course A paper will only cover 50% of the reduced syllabus prescribed by the board. To get detailed syllabus, students can refer to the link given below –
Based on the term-wise Hindi syllabus, following are the topics to expect in the paper tomorrow –
Section 1: Prose
# Four questions asked on knowledge, interpretation of chapters
Section 2: Poetry
# Three questions based on understanding of poem
Section 3: Supplementary Prose
# Two questions from prescribed chapters
Section 4: Writing/Comprehension
# Paragraph writing
# Formal or Informal letter writing
# Advertisement writing
# Message writing
CBSE Class 10 Hindi A 2022 Exam Pattern
To get the sample paper for tomorrow’s CBSE Class 10 Hindi A 2022 exam, students can use the direct link given below –
The central education board has released the Class 10 Hindi Course A 2022 sample paper on the official website cbseacademic.nic.in. With less than a day left for tomorrow’s exam, students can use the sample paper to understand two things – 1. Type of questions to expect in paper and 2. Paper pattern.
Looking at the CBSE Class 10 Hindi A 2022 sample paper, students can observe two sections – Section A and Section B. Part A has been allotted a weightage of 20 marks, comprising of questions based on prose. Part B shall cover questions based on composition and writing for a total of 20 marks.
This year, CBSE decided on conducting two board exams for Class 10, 12 students. Term 1 board exams were conducted in December 2021, entirely in the objective format. Whereas, terms 2 exams are currently, underway, in the subjective or mixed format. The last exam is scheduled on May 24, 2022, for a duration of 1 hour i.e., 10:30 am to 11:30 am.