Board of Secondary Education (BSE) Odisha will announce the results of the much-awaited Class X board results today.
As per the previous announcement, the Class X or the high school certificate (HSC) exam results will be announced at 1 pm Wednesday. School and Mass Education Minister Samir Ranjan Dash will formally announce the results.
Step 1: Log on to the official website- www.bseodisha.ac.in and www.bseodisha.nic.in
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the tab- Results.
Step 3: You will get redirected to a new page where you need to select Annual HSC Examination Result 2022 and click on Now Available link.
Step 4: Enter your Exam Roll Number and fill other credentials asked on the website
Step 5: Double check all the details of provided by you and click on the submit button
Step 6: BSE Odisha Class 10 Result 2022 will be displayed on the screen
Step 7: Download the scorecard and take a printout of it for future reference.
The Board of Secondary Education (BSE) has finally announced result of the annual high school certificate (HSC) offline examinations. Students, who are not satisfied with their marks, can apply for rechecking next week.
As many as 8,119 students have secured A1 grade and 54,889 got A2 grade. Two schools in Malkangiri district and one in Angul recorded zero results, the Minister informed.
The Board of Secondary Education (BSE) on Wednesday announced result of the much awaited annual high school certificate (HSC) offline examinations. As per the BSE, 90.55 per cent students have passed the Matric or the class 10 exam.
For this year, the BSE had adopted three methods for awarding marks to the students. Two of those were alternate methods of assessment while another was a new scheme of assessment.
Under the first method, the evaluation was done on the basis of scores achieved in Summative Assessment-I, Internal Assessment while the marks obtained in Summative Assessment-II was considered in another method.
The third method of evaluation was done giving 20 per cent weightage to Internal Assessment, 30 per cent to Summative Assessment-I and 50 per cent to Summative Assessment-II. And then, the highest scores obtained by a student in any of the above three methods was considered as the final marks.
"We had prepared well for the exam and expecting good results," said a class 10 student from Bhubaneswar.
"I expect more than 90 per cent and highest marks in English paper,"said a student from Jeypore.
"We wanted the BSE to conduct the exam so that we could get as per our ability and preparation. Besides, we hope no glitches, of any type, mar the result announcment process," said a student from Balasore.
Another student said, "Though I expect more than 90 per cent, fear and a bit anxiety is still there as to what would be the final result and how the entire evaluation would have been done...."
"It was a tough time for students to appear for students amid the Covid-19 pandemic. We hope there will be a fair announcement," said a parent.