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CBSE 10th Term 2 Exam 2022: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 10 English exam got over at 12:30 pm. The Class 10 English paper took place following all the COVID-19 guidelines. The students had to carry a face mask, hand sanitisers at the exam centre and follow the mandatory COVID-19 social distancing guidelines. Register here for CBSE Class 10 Term 2 exam study material, free sample papers, preparation tips and more updates.
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As per the COVID-19 guidelines, only 18 students were allowed to sit for the examination in one room with three rows and six students in one row during the term-2 board exams.

The English paper was held for 40 marks, the paper contained 10 marks on Reading, Writing and Grammar- 10 marks, Literature- 20 marks. Over 21 lakh (21,16,209) students are taking their Class 10 exam in 7,406 centres across the country.
"Literature section was completely based on reasoning and critical thinking to check the content knowledge of the students and the students attempted it very well. They had no confusion about the clarity of questions," said Ms Jharna Anand, Head, Academic Quality & Excellence at Silverline Prestige School, Ghaziabad. Read More.
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"English term 2 paper for class X was quite balanced and set keeping in mind all levels of students. It was moderate and strictly based on curriculum guidelines by CBSE. The data in the factual passage was a bit complicated which might have confused the students," said Sangeeta Chopra, TGT English, Mount Abu Public School, Sector 5, Rohini. 
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CBSE Term 2 exams 2022: Saying that the subjective paper of English was quite easy with most of the questions being direct, rather than based on extrapolatory perspective, Amandeep Kaur, English Teacher, Pacific World School, said: "The Literature section focused on in depth reading of the chapters and basic comprehension of the plot and theme."
"The writing and grammar section was also fair enough, as it aimed to test the basic grammatical knowledge of students. The language of the reading passages was easy and questions were also direct. Overall, the students were happy with the paper," the English teacher added.
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The CBSE has removed several chapters from the History and Political Science syllabi of Class 11 and 12, including the Non-Aligned Movement, the Cold War era, the rise of Islamic empires in Afro-Asian territories, the chronicles of Mughal courts and the industrial revolution. Similarly, in the Class 10 syllabus, the topic "impact of globalisation on agriculture” from a chapter on 'Food Security' has been dropped. Read More.
CBSE Term 2 exams 2022: Ms Sakshi, HOD English, MRG School, Rohini said, "Students have found Reading, Grammar and Writing sections really effortless in comparison to Literature in which almost all the questions were inferential and demanded a thorough understanding of the chapters and poems. Considering everything, the hours invested in the preparation seem to bear fruit."
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CBSE Term 2 10th Exam 2022: CBSE Class 10 English exam got over at 12:30 pm today. Sangeeta Chopra, TGT English, Mount Abu Public School, Sector 5, Rohini said "The data in the  factual passage was a bit complicated which might have confused the students."
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CBSE Term 2 Exams 2022: Ms Jharna Anand, Head, Academic Quality and Excellence at Silverline Prestige School, Ghaziabad said, "Both the Comprehension passages were easy to understand. Direct questions were given from the passages. It seems that they have been taken from some sample paper."
Students have found Reading, Grammar and Writing sections really effortless in comparison to Literature in which almost all the questions were inferential and demanded a thorough understanding of the chapters and poems, Sakshi, HOD English, MRG School, Rohini while analysing the Class 10 English paper said.
"Considering everything, the hours invested in the preparation seem to bear fruit. I reckon after appearing for this exam the students must be infused with positivity to write their upcoming exams after all, it is rightly said a good beginning makes a good ending," she added.
According to the students, the Class 10 English paper was easy but a little lengthy and was along the expected lines and as per the given syllabus. According to the teachers and experts, the CBSE 10th English paper was easy and based on the guidelines.
While analysing the English (Language and Literature) term 2 paper for Class 10, Sangeeta Chopra, TGT English, Mount Abu Public School, Sector 5, Rohini, said: "The data in the factual passage was a bit complicated which might have confused the students."
Ms Chopra further added that the Class 10 English paper was quite balanced and set keeping in mind all levels of students. "It was moderate and strictly based on curriculum guidelines by CBSE," she added. 

Children were able to write the paper in time and got enough time for revision also, Spokesperson Jharna Anand, Head, Academic Quality and Excellence at Silverline Prestige School, Ghaziabad analysed the paper section-wise:
a) Both the Comprehension passages were easy to understand. Direct questions were given from the passages. It seems that they have been taken from some sample paper
b) Writing and Grammar were balanced and easy to attempt
c) Literature section was completely based on reasoning and critical thinking to check the content knowledge of the students and the students attempted it very well. They had no confusion about the clarity of questions
There were adequate internal choices given in each section which was a great relief for students, Monika Sangwan, PGT English, TDI International school, while analysing the English (Language and Literature) paper Class 10 said. Three sets were available. While Reading Comprehension was same in all the sets, Writing and Grammar section was different and would have troubled students because of being little complicated. Section C, Literature, comprised of short questions which were easy and same in all sets. Long Answer type questions were different but straightforward and HOTS, the PGT teacher added.
"In a nutshell, the paper was a mix of easy and tough questions .It was well-drafted and moderate which could be attempted within the stipulated time," she said.
Saying that the paper was along the expected lines and as per the given syllabus only, Aashika Thakur, who appeared from Geeta Bal Bharti, Rajgarh Colony, Delhi, said that the English (Language and Literature) exam was easy but a little lengthy. "Those who have answered the question paper on the basis of questions’ weightage would be able to secure good marks. The paper was along the expected lines and as per the given syllabus only. I am happy and satisfied today with my performance. Let’s hope for the best," she added.
Analysing the CBSE Class 10 English paper was inclusive and catered to all the students, Geeta Khokaran, PGT English at VidyaGYan, said: “The question paper was based on the guidelines and directives provided by the CBSE. It was a well designed and balanced paper. As per the students, it was comprehensive but bit lengthy.  However, there was a slight difference in the level of question number six in different sets."
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The writing and grammar section was also fair enough, as it aimed to test the basic grammatical knowledge of students. The language of the reading passages was easy and questions were also direct. Overall, the students were happy with the paper.
— Amandeep Kaur, English Teacher, Pacific World School
Saying that the subjective paper of English was quite easy with most of the questions being direct, rather than based on extrapolatory perspective, Amandeep Kaur, English Teacher, Pacific World School, said: "The Literature section focused on in depth reading of the chapters and basic comprehension of the plot and theme."
"The writing and grammar section was also fair enough, as it aimed to test the basic grammatical knowledge of students. The language of the reading passages was easy and questions were also direct. Overall, the students were happy with the paper," the English teacher added.
Students sharing feedback on Twitter said that the CBSE Class 10 English paper was easy and has also asked the board to make the Class 10 Mathematics easy as well.
Finally English ka paper hogyaa easy thaa wesee #cbse
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Abb next exam maths ka 05 May ko 7 din ka gap h but pdhnaa to wese bhi 2 din pehlee hi hai
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The CBSE Class 10 English question paper contained three sections — Reading, Writing and Grammar and Literature.
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As per the Class 10 English paper analysis, students said the question paper was based on the sample paper.
As per CBSE term 2 English paper analysis, the students found the English (Language and Literature) easy to moderate.
As per student who took the English (Language and Literature) paper today found the CBSE Term 2 paper doable. The student further said that the pattern was similar to the cbseacademic Class 10 sample paper.
The CBSE Class 10 English paper analysis by subject-experts is expected soon. Stay tuned for latest updates.
A student who took the Class 10 English (Language and Literature) paper today found the question paper of easy to moderate level.
The CBSE Class 10 English paper ends. Keep following this blog for latest updates on exam analysis of English (Language and Literature) paper.
The CBSE Class 10 term 2 English (Language and Literature) paper which started at 10:30 am today will get over at 12:30 pm. Stay tuned for latest updates and exam analysis.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has removed several chapters from the history and political science syllabi of Classes 11 and 12, including the Non-Aligned Movement, the Cold War era, the rise of Islamic empires in Afro-Asian territories, the chronicles of Mughal courts and the industrial revolution. Similarly, in the CBSE curriculum 2022-23 Class 10, the topic "impact of globalisation on agriculture” from a chapter on 'Food Security' has been dropped.
CBSE Class 12 date sheet 2021-22 term 2: Direct Link
As per the Class 10 date sheet 2022 CBSE board term 1, the next exam is scheduled to be held tomorrow. Papers including Retailing, Security, Automative, Agriculture, Food Production and Multimedia will be held tomorrow, April 28.
CBSE 10th Term 2 Exam 2022: The CBSE Class 10 English language paper will be of 40 marks and will consist of three sections– Reading (10 marks), Writing and Grammar (10 marks), and Literature (20 marks).

The CBSE term 2 exams have started from Tuesday, April 26. The board has made elaborate arrangements for the conduct of examinations in India and in 26 countries abroad. As the term 2 examinations are being held amid COVID hence CBSE has made all arrangements for the smooth conduct of examination, including sanitisation of schools every day and making arrangements for masks, sanitiser and soaps. The board exams will not be cancelled in 2022 due to Covid.
CBSE term 2 Class 10 English paper starts at 11 am.
CBSE term 2 Class 12 Biology exam will be held on Monday, May 30, 2022. The CBSE has released the Class 12 sample papers along with their marking schemes. With the help of CBSE Class 12 sample papers, students can check the type of questions asked in the term 2 exams and the weightage of questions from each topic. 
CBSE Term 2 Class 12 Biology Marking Scheme: Direct Link
CBSE Term 2 Class 12 Biology Sample Paper Analysis: Direct Link
In a circular released by the CBSE, the board has explained the correct method of entering the centre code on the Class 10 term 2 answer book. This year, the centre numbers allotted to all the CBSE examination centres are of 6 numeric digits instead of the past format of 5 numeric digits, the CBSE said. Read More
The students from the Science stream have their major papers on Chemistry- May 7, Physics- May 20, Biology- May 30, June 7- Mathematics, Computer Science- June 13, apart from Hindi on May 2, English on May 13. Click here to get the expert tips on CBSE 12th Science papers.
CBSE Exams 2022: The board has spent Rs 5,000 on each examination centre for buying an infrared thermometer. Also, Rs 5 has been spent on each candidate everyday for sanitization of the schools. Besides that, CBSE managed to arrange masks, sanitisers and soaps to ensure cleanliness at the examination premises.
CBSE Class 10 term 2 English exams has started from today.
CBSE term 2 Class 12 examination started on April 26, 2022 and will be continued till June 15, 2022. CBSE Class 12 date sheet is available here.
The CBSE Class 10 term 2 English paper will be conducted today, April 27, 2022. Candidates who are looking for CBSE English paper expert tips can visit this link.
The CBSE has removed several chapters from the History and Political Science syllabi of Class 11 and 12, including the Non-Aligned Movement, the Cold War era, the rise of Islamic empires in Afro-Asian territories, the chronicles of Mughal courts and the industrial revolution. Similarly, in the Class 10 syllabus, the topic "impact of globalisation on agriculture” from a chapter on 'Food Security' has been dropped. Read More.
CBSE Board Exams 2022-23: CBSE 10th curriculum for the academic year 2022-23 is available on this direct link.
CBSE Term 2 Admit Card 2022: The CBSE 10th and 12th term 2 admit cards are available online and can be downloaded only by the schools through the official website of the board- cbse.gov.in.
The CBSE Class 10 term 2 time table 2022 is available on the official website– cbse.gov.in.
The CBSE term 2 papers will have both objective and subjective questions – case-based, situation-based, open-ended short answer and long answer type questions. The term 2 exams will be held for a duration of two hours.
The Class 10 CBSE term 2 exams will be held in 7,406 centres across the country, while Class 12 exams will be held in 6,720 centres. As many as 21,16,209 Class 10 students have registered for the term 2 Class 10 exams, and 14,54,370 students of Class 12 have registered to appear for the Class 12 exams.
Students will be required to insert a six-digit centre number on the CBSE answer sheet 2022. Earlier, students had to insert a five-digit centre number.
As per the new CBSE syllabus, Class 10 and Class 12 syllabi have not been divided into two terms, hinting the system has been discontinued.
CBSE Term 2 Exams 2022: The Central Board of Secondary Education, or CBSE, term 2 exams have started on April 26. Class 10 English exam will be conducted on April 27, 2022 and Class 12 English exam will be held on May 13, 2022. 
CBSE Class 10 English Sample Paper
CBSE Class 12 English Sample Paper
As per the COVID-19 guidelines, only 18 students are allowed to sit for the examination in one room with three rows and six students in one row during the term-2 board exams.
1. Candidates need to follow Covid-19 SOPs, they required to maintain social distancing, wear a mask and use sanitiser.

2. Carry hall ticket and reach exam centre 30 minutes before the allotted time.

3. Do not wear any jewellery (or any metal items), shoes/footwear with thick soles, and garments with large buttons inside the exam hall.

4. Candidates will not be allowed to carry mobile phones, electronic gadgets, watches, calculators, their own stationery items, pens, wallets, and goggles.
CBSE exam candidates need to carry their admit cards and to reach the exam centre 30 minutes before the exam. Students will not be allowed to enter the examination hall after 10 am under any circumstances.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will conduct the Class 10 English term 2 exam 2022 today, April 26.
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