New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the question bank for practice for class 10 students appearing in the ongoing board examination 2020.

The question bank of CBSE class 10th for 2020 comprises 2000+ questions and answers for all core subjects: Science, Maths, English, Hindi, Political Science, Geography, History and Economics.

The students can access these questions and stepwise solutions which have been selected by schools affiliated to CBSE via the official DIKSHA app. As per the board, these questions should are only for practice and have no relation to the 2020 board examination. 

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Here's a step by step way to download CBSE class 10 question bank 2020:

Step 1: Download DIKSHA app via playstore or by visiting official website-- http://bit.ly/cbse-diksha

Step 2: Once you install, you can view question bank subject wise

Step 3: Click on the links to access question banks.

Click here to get content for your subject:

Science Practice Book

Math Practice Book

Hindi Sparsh 2 Practice Book

Hindi Sanchayan 2 Practice Book

Economics Practice Book

English- Foot Prints Without Feet Practice Book

English- First Flight Practice Book

Political Science Practice Book

History Practice Book

Geography Practice Book

Math Practice Book

Science Practice Book

History Practice Book

Political Science Practice Book

Economics Practice Book

Geography Practice Book

Hindi - Sparsh 2 Practice Book

Hindi - Sanchayan 2 Practice Book

English - Foot Prints Without Feet Practice Book

English - First Flight Practice Book

Class 10 and Class 12 Board examinations for 2020 began on Saturday. Class 12th exams will end on March 30, while Class 10th will conclude on March 20. Of the 30 lakh examinees, 18,89,878 are Class 10th students, while 12,06,893 have registered for the Class 12th exam. Students from across the country, as well as countries abroad, are appearing in the board examination this year. 

According to India Today, last year around 27 lakh students had appeared for the CBSE Board exams alone.

(with PTI inputs)

Posted By: James Kuanal