CBSE 10 Information Technology Exam 2021-22 : Analysis, Review & Question Paper

CBSE 10 Information Technology Exam 2021-22 : Analysis, Review & Question Paper

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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has conducted CBSE Term 1 Class 10 Board Exam 2021-22 of Information Technology (IT) subject on 25 November. Check today’s question paper analysis, review & latest updates.

Around 1 lakh students have given Term 1 CBSE Class 10 IT Board Exam 2021-22. Multiple-choice questions were asked from 50% CBSE Syllabus (Term 1) of IT subject. A team from us has collected feedback from the students who took this exam on 25th November. Question paper of Term 1 CBSE Class 10 IT board exam 2021-22 has been also provided by us. One can access CBSE Term 1 Class 10 Information Technology Paper (PDF) from the link given below.

CBSE Term 1 Class 10 Information Technology Paper 2021-22

CBSE Class 10 Information Technology (IT) Term 1 Board Exam 2021-22: Paper Pattern

The question paper carried 25 marks and needed to be attempted in 1 hour. The question paper had three sections (Section A, B, C)  and more details about these sections are given below

Section A

6 Questions of 1 Mark Each (Only 5 Questions to be Answered) on Employability Skills

Section B

20 Questions of 1Mark each (Only 15 Questions to be Answered) on Subject Specific Skills

Section C

7 Questions of 1 Mark Mark (Only 5 Questions to be Answered) on Competency-Based Questions

CBSE Class 10 Information Technology (IT) Term 1 Board Exam 2021-22: Review of Students

Students who took Term 1 CBSE Class 10 Information Technology (IT) board exam 2021-22 on 25 November told us that the overall difficulty level of the questions was average. Most of the students were able to finish the paper within the stipulated time. Students also pointed out that the questions were based only on the topics mentioned in Term 1 CBSE Syllabus.

 

 

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