All the class 10th students who are appearing for the Painting (049) exam on the 14th March 2020 at 10:30 am to 12:30 pm must practice diligently from the sample papers in order to tackle the repetition of questions in this elective subject. Now that only a couple of days are left for the commencement of examination, students should note that the revision of theory is the only key to attain efficient marks. The total marks of the Painting exam are 30 which are further classified into 3 parts of 10 marks each. Glide down below for details and last day tips for the painting exam coming your way.
CBSE Class 10th Painting Paper 2020
Now that you are done with the practicals of the subject, your next step is to perform really good in the theory part. Painting is a high scoring elective subject, if you revise them the right way. You should start with the thorough reading of the exam pattern and then solving/revising out all the previous year question papers given in the sample papers. The candidate should also know the line by line concepts from their NCERT textbooks. Apart from these, you can follow these last minute steps listed below to score better.
Step : 1 Take a look at the Exam Pattern
Analysing the exam pattern & blue print of the question paper can prove as great help so as to know the mark distribution of each topic. The question paper is divided into 5 section and all the given questions are compulsory to attempt.
Class 10th Painting (049) Syllabus
|Unit||Topics Covered||Marks Allotted|
|Fundamentals of Painting||(The Elements and Principals of Visual Art)||10|
|Methods and Materials of Painting||Understanding and appropriate use of i. Tools|
ii. Painting Materials – Poster Colours, Water Colours, Oil Pastels and Pencil
iii. Transparent and Opaque colours and techniques.
|Areas of Drawing and Painting||i Sketching from Nature and Imagination|
ii. Still Life and
iii. Painting composition. Story of Indian Art covering painting, sculpture and architectural glimpses.
Class 10th Painting Exam Pattern
- The Section -1 is for 6 marks in total.
- The Section – 2 is for 6 marks in total.
- The Section – 3 is for 6 marks in total
- The Section – 4 is for 5 marks in total
- The Section – 5 is for 7 marks in total
Step : 2 Revise all the questions from the sample papers once again
The sample papers given on the CBSE will help you a great deal because many questions are repeated in the examination. Once you have done the revision line to line from the textbook then you can take up these questions and revise them thoroughly.
Please keep in mind that these questions are asked indirectly in the question paper so learn the theory carefully so that you are able to crack the same.
Step 3 : Use these last minute tips to help gain more marks
- You should learn the name of painters by heart because a lot of questions/fill ups are asked on that basis.
- The tools and principle of paintings are repeatedly asked every year, so please revise the answer thoroughly.
- Knowing the theory regarding the type of pencils is very very important.
- Apart from that, revise your paper before giving it to the invigilator.
- Revise detailed explanation of the topics line by line from NCERT which will help you in attempting the 7 markers.
All the best students !
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