Vikash Sharma

The Board of Secondary Education (BSE), Odisha has notified the scheme of assessment, syllabus breakup for 2022-23 academic session. The School and Mass Education Department had earlier approved the same in June 2022.

As per the official notification, the academic session for 2022-23 will be from May 2022 to April 2023, and it will be divided into two terms. The first term will be from May to October 2022 and the second term will be from November 2022 to April 2023.


As per Board of Secondary Education, 100% syllabus will be followed in class 9 and 10 for both Madhyama, HSC courses and for State Open School Certificate courses during academic session 2022-23. T

he Ex-Regular candidates of HSC, Madhyama and back candidates of the SOSC examination shall appear the examination during 2022-23 in the same syllabus.

The question paper in all subjects will be the same for all categories of candidates.


The assessment will be based on Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation similar to that of the preceding year with minor modifications as given here under:

1. There will be two Formative Assessments and one Term-end examination in each term. The syllabus has been designed for four quarters accordingly.

2. Questions of Term-end examinations (Summative Assessment-I & II) will be from the portion of the syllabus outlined in term-wise breakup of the syllabus which will be approximately 50% of the total syllabus.

3. Internal Assessment will be conducted as usual in form of Formative Assessments. One Formative Assessment will be conducted in each quarter.

4. Pattern of questions will be same for both summative Assessments.

5. Following weightage will be given to different assessments for arriving at the results.

Internal Assessment (IA): 20%

Summative Assessment-I (SA-I): 40%

Summative Assessment-II (SA-II): 40%