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.
Board President Ramasish Hajra today informed that the students can apply for rechecking. Online applications will be invited for rechecking from July 11 to 25. However, students of Madhyama (Sanskrit) can apply for rechecking in offline mode, he said.
Earlier today, the State School and Mass Education Minister Samir Dash said that a total of 5,26,818 students had appeared in the Class 10 exam this year of which 5,17,847 passed and 8699 failed.
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.