CBSE Class 10 2024 Information Technology Paper Analysis

  • ALLEN Overseas
  • March 13, 2024

The CBSE Class 10 Information Technology paper was conducted today, March 13, 2024. The exam was started at 10:30 AM and had to be finished by 12:30 PM. Today is the last day of the CBSE Class 10 board exams. As per the initial analysis of the Information Technology paper, it was a very easy and simple paper. Students are able to solve it even before the time. It is expected that the Central Board of Secondary Education will release the Class 10 results in May/June as per the previous trends.

Here, we will share an in-depth paper analysis of the CBSE Class 10 Information Technology Paper Analysis, including the difficulty level, students’ reactions, the types of questions, and experts’ reviews.

CBSE Class 10 Information Technology Paper Overview:

Particulars Details
Board Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
Official website
Class 10th
Subject Information Technology
Date March 13, 2024
Time 10.30 AM to 12.30 PM
Difficulty level Easy

Paper Pattern:

  • The question paper consists of 21 questions divided into two sections: Section A & Section B.
  • Section A has Objective-type questions, whereas Section B contains Subjective-type questions.
  • Out of 21 questions, the candidates have to answer 15 questions in the allotted time of (2 hours).
Section No of Questions Marks
Section A (Objective Type Questions) 5 questions 24 Marks
Section B (Subjective-Type Questions) 16 Questions 26 Marks
Total 21 Questions 50 Marks

Paper Analysis:

The CBSE Class 10 Board Information Technology paper was easy, direct, and short. Below are the reactions of the students and ALLEN Experts.

Students’ Reactions:

  • Students find the Information technology paper easy and scoring.
  • There weren’t many logical and reasoning questions.
  • The question paper was easy and was solved in 2 hours, according to many students.

ALLEN Expert’s Review:

  • According to the ALLEN Experts, the Information Technology exam of CBSE Class 10 was easy to moderate.
  • The paper was entirely based on the updated CBSE syllabus and the latest CBSE sample paper pattern.

We wish all the students the best of luck on their upcoming journey. We hope you will score well in the CBSE Class 10 board exams. We will advise the students to watch the official CBSE website for regular updates on the latest events.

Stay tuned for such more information!

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