Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Wednesday, December 08 conducts the Class 10 Term 1 Computer Application (165) paper. The OMR-based question paper is reportedly held successfully from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm at the designated centres. Students who appear in CBSE Class 10th Computer Applications (paper code 165) exam can now go through the paper analysis of the OMR-based term 1 exam and check the answer key provided by the educators.
As per the proposed exam pattern, the Computer Applications paper carries 50 questions of which students had to answer 40 questions divided into three sections A, B, and C. Section A and Section B had 20 questions each of which students had to attempt any 16 questions each in two sections. In Section C there were 10 questions of which students had to answer 8 questions.
CBSE Class 10 Computer Paper 2021 Analysis:
As far as the analysis of the CBSE Class 10 Computer Applications paper is concerned, the students were given a duration of 1 hour to attempt these questions. The maximum marks in the Computer Applications paper are 25. Further, it should be noted that all questions carry equal marks and there is no negative marking for wrong answers.
As per the Specimen paper, the Computer Applications question paper was carrying questions from two units - Cyber Ethics and HTML. In the HTML section, questions were based on topics including Cascading style sheets, Embed audio and video in an HTML page, a table using the tags, linking, and anchor elements. Networking questions were based on topics like- Internet, Web services, Mobile technologies, and Internet services.
Here below is the Computer Applications (165) paper analysis being shared by Doubtnut exam experts. Solutions provided in the analysis are provisional and entirely based on the opinions of the educator.
According to the CBSE term 1 schedule, the board will conduct its next Class 10 term 1 exam tomorrow, on December 09 for Hindi Course A and Hindi Course B papers. The last term 1 exam will be conducted for the English (Language & Literature) paper and will be held on December 11.