CBSE 10th Social Science Paper Analysis: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted the Social Science paper on Tuesday, November 30, the first day of the class 10 major exam. The candidates appeared in the exam reviewed the paper as moderate and balanced, with some questions were found to be twisted. Seema Behl, Principal, Brain International School said that the candidates who appeared in the exam mentioned that some questions were a bit twisted, but overall it was a moderate paper. "The paper was balanced. Question number 40 in the paper had same choices," the principal said.
Swapnil Gupta, a class 10 student of Kendriya Vidyalaya, Masjid Moth reviewed the paper as balanced. According to the candidate, "The questions were quite easy. One who solved NCERT well, can expect a good score." Another candidate, Sanand Agarwal from Delhi Public School said, "The paper was quite easy. There were some twisted questions, but overall its a balanced paper."
Read Que 40 and it's option A and C. Both are totally same— Prakhar Doneria (@Prakhardoneria2) November 30, 2021
I have marked A and some of my friends marked C please give us marks because both are right @cbseindia29@EduMinOfIndia#boardexam#SST#CBSEpic.twitter.com/YpcafZWKwY
Parveen Shaikh, Principal, The Somaiya School said, "The social science paper had a good mix of questions catering to all kinds of students. Students are happy with the offline examination. They are comfortable with having the examination in school. After this paper, students are confident for the remaining papers."
Ipsita Mani, TGT Social Science, Mount Abu Public School, Rohini said, "Today's social science paper was a combination of simple and some tricky questions. Overall the paper contained good questions for the students to attempt."
@cbseindia29 this question's answer should be option B. If reason was the assertion and assertion was the reason then correct answer will be option A. But fir the given question the correct answer is option B. Please look on this matter. Thankyou.#CBSE#SSTpic.twitter.com/e4qiM9Rrrx— Saksham Yadav🇮🇳 (@saksham_yadav__) November 30, 2021
The exam is being conducted in OMR sheets for the first time. The candidates can only use black or blue point pen to darken the correct option. The candidates will appear for their Science paper on December 2. Home Science paper will be held on December 3 followed by Mathematics Standard and Mathematics Basic which will be held on December 4, as per datesheets.
The CBSE class 10 term 1 exam will be concluded on December 11.