Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) shall be conducting ICSE Semester 1 Hindi examination tomorrow, December 03, 2021. The Semester 1 Hindi examination is going to be held as per the reduced syllabus released by the council. In a bid to make the candidates aware of the latest exam pattern, the council has also released the specimen paper for the ICSE Semester 1 Hindi.
According to the revised syllabus, the ICSE Hindi Semester 1 paper will be having questions in the MCQ (multiple choice question) format. The candidates will be provided four options for a particular question. Semester 1 examination is going to be held for 40 marks for a duration of 1 hour and 30 minutes.
ICSE Semester 1 Hindi Specimen Paper
The specimen paper for ICSE Semester 1 Hindi is available in the form of a PDF file and candidates can download it to get a complete idea of the revised test structure. It can also be attempted to get an idea of the overall preparation level. Candidates can check out the structure of the paper in the space below:
Section A: Reading Comprehension, Synonyms, Antonyms, Idioms and phrases – 20 marks
Section B: Questions based on short stories and poems – 20 marks
In section A all questions are compulsory while in section B only questions from one book have to be answered by the candidates.
ICSE Semester 1 Hindi Syllabus
As mentioned earlier, the council has revised the syllabus of the ICSE Semester 1 Hindi exam from this year onwards. It is advisable to go through the syllabus to stick to the chapters, poems, and books prescribed by the board. The space below can also be followed to know the topics prescribed by the council for Semester 1 below:
- Short Stories
- One Act Play
It is advised to be attentive while attempting the paper as this time a lot of changes have been introduced by the board. The candidates shall not be provided with any reading time hence they must try to read the question paper and mark the answer accordingly. Along with this, they can also strategize for the examination by attempting easy questions first and then going for the tougher ones.