CBSE Class 10 Sanskrit Question Paper of Board Exam 2020
CBSE Class 10 Sanskrit Question Paper 2020 can be downloaded from here in PDF format. This question paper is helpful to know important questions and topics that should be prepared for the upcoming CBSE Board Exam 2021.
Get here the CBSE Class 10 Sanskrit Question Paper 2020 to download in PDF format. This question paper will prove to be very helpful to understand the pattern of examination and get an idea about the expected questions. Thus, practicing with this question paper will help you make effective preparations for your CBSE Class 10 Sanskrit Exam 2021.
Format of the CBSE Class 10 Sanskrit Question Paper 2020 is as follows:
(i) The question paper consists of total 18 questions divided into four sections, A, B C and D.
- SECTION A : Question No. 1 based on Unseen Reading Comprehension (10 Marks)
- SECTION B : Question No. 2 - 4 based on Writing Skills (15 Marks)
- SECTION C : Question No. 5 - 11 based on Applied Grammar (25 Marks)
- SECTION D : Question No. 12 - 18 based on Reading Comprehension (30 Marks)
(ii) Time Allowed: 3 Hours
(iii) Maximum Marks: 80
CBSE Class 10 Sanskrit Question Paper 2020 (Set 1 ):
The complete question paper along with other sets of the paper can be downloaded from the following links:
CBSE Class 10 Sanskrit Question Paper 2020 - Set 1
CBSE Class 10 Sanskrit Question Paper 2020 - Set 2
CBSE Class 10 Sanskrit Question Paper 2020 - Set 3
We have also compiled the latest CBSE Sample Question Papers and Marking Schemes for all subjects of class 10. The board has released these sample paper and marking schemes for the upcoming CBSE Class 10 Board Exam 2021. Students must check these resources to know the latest format of the board question papers and understand the evaluation scheme according to which marks will be assigned to different answers in the board exam. These resources are quite useful to make the right strategy for the preparation of the board exam and score high marks. Given below is the link to explore the sample papers and marking schemes of all subjects of CBSE Class 10: