Hindi Class 10 Important Questions

While preparing for the board exams students will search for the important questions. So, here we are with CBSE class 10 Hindi Important Questions With Answers. CBSE class 10 Hindi paper is going to held on March 19. By practicing the important questions before the exams students get an idea of the types of questions and the weightage of the topics. The important questions provided on this page are from the previous 10 years question papers. So, students if you are looking for the CBSE class 10 Hindi Important Questions With Answers download them through the link provided below. Apart from this, you can also take the overview of the entire subject, its examination pattern and the marking scheme. So, let’s scroll down the page.

CBSE Class 10 Hindi Important Questions With Answers

CBSE class 10 Hindi Subject consists of Hindi A and Hindi B. Hindi A is the subject consisting of the textbooks Shitij and Kritika. While the Hindi B consisting of the textbooks Sparsh and Sanchayan. In accordance with these textbooks, CBSE designed the question papers. Hindi A consists of the sections of unseen passages (Apathit Gadyansh), grammar ( Vyakaran Part) and the questions from the respective textbooks of Hindi A. Similarly, for Hindi B the question paper consists of the questions of the same sections. The only difference might occur in the types of questions. So, students carefully check the question paper or the sample paper that whether it is of Hindi A or Hindi B.

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Previous year question papers consist of the questions from the past 10 years. By overviewing and analyzing the pattern of the question papers this result came out that the questions from the textbooks are long as well as of more weightage. So, to score good marks in Hindi first give more focussed on the questions of the respective textbooks and the writing section followed by the reading and the grammar section.

  • Chapters from (Shitij, Kritika or Sparsh, Sanchayan)
  • Writing Section

Pdf for the Hindi previous year question paper is available here.

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Syllabus and Marks Distribution of Hindi Class 10

Hindi paper (Hindi A and Hindi B) provided separately to the students of class 10th as per their respective subject. The syllabus and the marks distribution of Hindi A and Hindi B are slightly different. Both consists of four sections. In the first section, both Hindi A and Hindi B have unseen passages. While the second section is of Grammar followed by the literature part consisting of the questions from the respective textbooks. Note that the topics and the marking scheme of the question paper of both the books are different. So, let’s check out the topics section wise and the marks distribution from the table given below.

CBSE Class 10 Hindi A Marks Distribution
Unseen Passages ( अपठित गद्यांश) 15 Marks
Vyakaran (व्याकरण) 15 Marks
Pathyapustak (पाठ्यपुस्तक) 30 Marks
Writing (लेखन) 20 Marks
CBSE Class 10 Hindi B Marks Distribution
Unseen Passages ( अपठित गद्यांश) 15 Marks
Vyakaran (व्याकरण) 15 Marks
Pathyapustak (पाठ्यपुस्तक) 25 Marks
Writing (लेखन) 25 Marks

CBSE Class 10 Hindi Examination Pattern And Marking Scheme

As discussed in the above sections Hindi subject is subdivided into Hindi A and Hindi B. The pattern of the paper is almost the same for both. However, the marking scheme and the types of questions are slightly different. Both Hindi A and Hindi B are of 80 marks. Where the marks distribution in the inner sections differs. Let’s take a brief overview of the entire paper.

  • Hindi A and Hindi B consist of four sections.
  • The first section is of unseen passage, second is of grammar, third is of literature and the last is of writing.
  • There are total 2 unseen passages for both Hindi A and Hindi B. Total of 15 marks.
  • The next section is of grammar differs in topics for Hindi A and Hindi B. Total of 15 marks.
  • The third section is of literature part consisting of the questions from the respective textbooks. Hindi A consists of questions from Shitij and Kritika of total 30 marks. Where Hindi B consists of questions from Sanchayan and Sparsh of total 25 marks.
  • The last section is of the writing section. Hindi A consists of the questions of total 20 marks while Hindi B consists of the questions of total 25 marks.
  • Hindi A paper consists of the questions from the prescribed textbook for Hindi A. Similarly for Hindi B.
  • The duration of the examination for the class 10 Hindi subject is 3 hours.
  • There is no internal choice in the paper and all the questions are compulsory to attempt in the paper.

CBSE Class 10 Hindi Important Questions With Answers

How To Prepare For CBSE Class 10 Hindi Subject

CBSE class 10 Hindi board exam 2019 is scheduled to be held on March 19, 2019. So, here we are with some of the preparation tips for Hindi subject. If you find comfortable with these you can also follow them while preparing for the other subjects too. So, let’s check out.

Schedule: Before start preparing for any subject it is must that you first decide how you are going to prepare. So, schedule atleast two days for Hindi Subject.

Strategy: Pathyapustak part is of more weightage as well as consists more chapters. So, first start with your respective Pathyapustak (Shitij, Kritika or Sparsh, Sanchayan). 2nd day you can go with the Vyakaran part and the Unseen passages practice. You can also start with the grammar first and then literature part.

Timings: While preparing timings matters. Analyze yourself that at which time you prefer to start to study. Early in the morning or after taking the proper breakfast and all at around 11:00 am.

Planning: In my opinion, start your day with a proper strategy. Wake up early in the morning study two to three chapters and then after taking a break, continue with the same.

Breaks: While studying taking breaks is also important to relax your mind. To remember a lot of things at a time is not possible for our mind. So, while studying try to make small breaks if so tired then take a short nap for a while.

Syllabus: Prepare the topics according to the syllabus. Before studying any topic first check out that it is mentioned in the syllabus or not.

Previous Year Question Papers/ Sample Papers- The sample papers and the question papers are available by the board as well as by our team. Go through them and have an idea of the types of questions as well as weightage.

Revision- Do not forget to take a proper revision before a day of an examination. Revise all the topics you have prepared well and do not take too much stress during the examinations.

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