The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted the Class 10 Social Science Term 2 exam on Saturday. What the students said after the paper:


Aditi Tripathi, a class 10 student of BBS International School, Gohri, Prayagraj, said that her social science examination was very good.

“I hope to score well in it. None of the questions were difficult and there were no surprises in the question paper. I found the question paper to be much easier than the Term-1 exam,” she said.

Her classmate and Alok Sharma, a student of BBS International School, Gohri in Prayagraj, also agreed.

“All the questions were from within the syllabus and in general the question paper was easier than the sample paper. Whoever had prepared according to the NCERT pattern would have done well,” he said.

Shivram Pandey, a student of Prayag Public School, Lalgopalganj, Prayagraj also said that the question paper was easier than term-1 and not lengthy.

“I managed to complete the questions in an extra half hour,” he said.

Yogendra Kumar, a student of Prayag Public School located in Lalgopalganj, Prayagraj, said that his examination was also very good.

He shared, “Even the question of “map” in which we had to identify the location of a given power plant, airport and nuclear plant was quite easy and despite being a little wary of map-based questions I got it right.

Kusum Srivastava, social science teacher from Ganga Gurukulam School Phaphamau in Prayagraj, said that all the questions in the social science exam, including the sections of civics, history and geography, were along the expected lines as per the CBSE pattern and NCERT standards. “The question paper didn’t do any surprises for the students and most would have done well,” she claimed.


Class 10 students who appeared for the CBSE Social Sciences Board exam on Saturday gave a mixed reaction to the question paper. While some students found the exam very easy, others said that it was moderately difficult.

Pranay of Vivek High School, Sector-38B, Chandigarh said, “It was moderately easy exam, the questions were NCERT based, that’s how someone attempted them made a difference.”

Vandana of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Sector 25 found the exam very easy and completed the paper on time.

Akanksha of Sharda Sarvahitkari Model Senior Secondary School said, “I really can’t say that the paper was easy but it covered the entire syllabus. There were some parts paper wise, divided and lengthy, but it was good.” Her classmate Vishakha also found the paper easy and completed the exam on time.

(With inputs from K Sandeep Kumar in Prayagraj and Nishtha Gupta in Chandigarh)


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