The Kerala Public Service Commission has successfully conducted the High School Assistant (HSA) Hindi recruitment exam 2022. Candidates who have appeared for the exam are now looking for the answer keys. Although the answer keys have not been released officially, candidates can find the same from various other sources like YouTube and Telegram. These answer keys have been mostly released by the coaching centres and subject experts. Even if these are unofficially released, candidates can still go through the answer keys and calculate a tentative score for the exam.
Where to find?
As mentioned already, the foremost place to find the answer keys is YouTube. Channels such as Veto PSC Learning, Competitive Cracker, Nisha’s Education Hub, Noushad’s Neev Academy, etc. are expected to come up with the answer keys in due time. It is advised to go through multiple answer keys to get the utmost accuracy of the answers. For some reference, the direct links have been attached below.
Direct Links to HSA Hindi Answer Key 2022
|Channel Name||Direct Link|
|Veto PSC Learning – Kerala PSC Classes||Click Here|
|Competitive Cracker – Online PSC Coaching Classes||Click Here|
|Noushad’s Neev Academy||Click Here|
|Hindi Prism||Click Here|
|Hindi Combined Study Learning Together||Click Here|
The total number of questions in the question paper is 100. However, it must be noted that the question paper is divided into two parts. While Part A is common to all candidates, Part B is subject-specific. A duration of 01 hour and 15 minutes were given to the candidates to complete writing the exam. For every correct answer, 01 mark is awarded while for every incorrect answer, 0.33 marks will be deducted.
Using the marking scheme mentioned above, candidates can calculate a tentative score in the exam. It is advised to do a final crosschecking of the answers with the official answer keys as and when they are released.
The HSA Hindi question paper covered questions from eleven different modules. These modules are again divided into different topics. Here are the modules from which questions were asked.
- Renaissance and Freedom Movement
- General Knowledge and Current Affairs
- Methodology of teaching the subject
- History of Hindi Literature
- Development of Hindi Literature in the Renaissance Period
- Modern and Contemporary Literary Trends up to 2000
- History of Hindi Language
- Grammar and Linguistics
- Literary Thoughts: Eastern and Western
- Functional Hindi and Journalism
- Methodology in teaching Hindi