Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Thursday, December 16 conducts Class 12 Hindi Elective and Hindi Core term-1 exams at the designated centers. The OMR-sheet-based exam for the Hindi Elective (002) paper is reportedly over with easy difficulty while some tricky questions were reported in Hindi Core (302) paper. Students who appear in today's paper can now check the paper analysis of both the papers along with the unofficial answer keys from the educators.
With the completion of the Class 12 Hindi exam at 1:00 pm, students eyeing the answer key, are provided the paper analysis and provisional solutions by the educators. Several exam experts come up with their unofficial answer keys. Students requiring the answer keys can access their analysis for their reference. The official answer key, however, will be released by the CBSE on its website- cbse.nic.in.
CBSE had released the Hindi modal papers for the students to get a provisional view of the Hindi papers. Similar to the modal papers, Class 12 Hindi paper is reported carrying questions from the defined units.
As far as the difficulty level of the CBSE Class 12 Hindi paper is concerned, students have reportedly said that the exam was average in difficulty. The maximum marks in the Hindi term 1 paper are 40. Further, it should be noted that there is no negative marking in the exam for wrong answers.
It is reported that students were given a duration of 90 minutes to complete the examination. Students were given a reading time of 20 minutes before the commencement of the examination.
Hindi Core (302)
In Hindi Core paper questions were based on topics including Unseen Passage, Official and Creative Hindi Writing, Aaroh Part-2 textbook, Supplementary Vitaan Part 2 Textbook. All questions were objective and multiple-choice type.
Textbook Aaroh part-2 consisted of Poetry and Prose sections. In poetry questions were from Harivansh Rai Bachchan- Ek Geet, Kunwar Narayan- Kavita Ke Bahane, Raghuvir Sahay- Kaimre me bandh Apahij, and Gajanan Madhav Muktibodh- Saharsh Savikara Hai. Below is the analysis of the Hindi paper by Adda247 School exam experts.
Hindi Elective (002)
Similar to the Hindi Core paper, in Hindi Elective paper questions carrying total 23 marks were asked from Unseen Passage and Official and Creative Hindi Writing. While in the textbook, 14 marks questions were from Antara Part-2 Textbook followed by a 3-mark question from the reading section of the same textbook.
Here below is the Class 12 Hindi papers analysis from 'Doubtnut' exam experts. The elaborated solutions are tentative and entirely based on the educator's opinion.
As per the reports, the exam is held as per the CBSE's guidelines from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm. Students were asked to report at the exam center 30 minutes before the examination. According to the bifurcated syllabus, Class 12, Hindi Core was of 40 marks in total. The paper consisted of multiple-choice questions with choices given in the questions.