By Divya Chopra: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted Class 10 Artificial Intelligence board exam on Monday, March 13. As per experts, the CBSE 10th AI paper was simple and well balanced and students found the difficulty level of the paper easy.
As per subject expert, Kalpana, Artificial Intelligence teacher, KIIT World School Gurugram, the question paper was a balanced mix of knowledge, analysis and application-based questions.
"Most of the students were able to complete the paper well in time and also could save some time for revision. The paper was entirely based on the CBSE handbook," added Kalpana.
"Overall, it was a well balanced paper but a few questions were tricky where students had to think critically. Students were able to attempt the paper on time. The paper pattern was similar to the CBSE sample paper. Maximum students were satisfied. Students found that approximately 20 percent of questions were above average," said Rinki Goel, HOD Computer Science, Silverline Prestige School, Ghaziabad.
The Artificial Intelligence exam was for 50 marks, to be attempted within 2 hours.
Only one set is given to all students. The paper was divided into Section A and Section B.
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