Rashmi Ranjan

The Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) annual Plus 2 examination commenced on Wednesday and students expressed satisfaction after appearing in the first paper.

According to sources, more than 3.5 lakh students appeared for the board examinations in 1,145 examination centres across Odisha.

The exam began with the Modern Indian Language (MIL) subject and students expressed their satisfaction over the question pattern.

“I have done well in the first day of the examination. The teachers were cooperative. While the grammar part of the question paper was easy, other parts were bit hard. I am satisfied with the question pattern,” a student said.

Echoing the same view, another student said, “I was bit nervous at the beginning. But, as I entered the examination hall everything settled down and I did well in the examination,” said another student.

“We could not appear for Class 10 board examination due to Covid-19. As I am appearing the board examination for the first time, I was bit nervous and excited too. But the questions came really easy and I am sure I will score good marks in the paper,” another student stated.
“We thought the question papers will be tough, but it was very easy. I think all students must have done well in the examination. I am also well prepared for the next paper,” a student of FM College in Balasore said.

Notably, as many as, 2,19,110 students are expected to appear in the Arts stream, while 91,379 and 23,148 students will appear in the Science and Commerce streams, respectively.

(Reported by Rashmi Ranjan Das, OTV)