In order to ensure timely publication of Plus 2 results by July 31 as per the verdict of the Supreme Court, the Council Of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) has directed the Higher Secondary Institutions to provide correct and accurate information regarding students in time.
The counsel said that correct, accurate and timely supply of required information will avoid discrepancies or anomalies in the results processing and help achieving the target date given by the Apex court.
“It is impressed upon you to shoulder the responsibility and ensure correct, accurate and timely supply of required information, marks to the Council and/or update the data in the System Software so that it can not only avoid discrepancies or anomalies in the results processing but also save time in achieving the target date given by the Apex Court,” CHSE chairman Gangadhar Sahoo wrote to Heads of all Higher Secondary Institutions.
The heads of the Higher Secondary Institutions have been asked to take personal initiatives and keep faculty members, staff and DEOs in readiness to meet any queries or address the problems immediately, if any, faced by the Controller of Examinations in uploading the marks of students and processing their results.
“The results of Annual Higher Secondary Examinations 2021 have to be published by 31st July 2021 positively as per the verdict of the Supreme Court of India. Keeping in view the future of those examinees as the results of this examination play a vital role in their further studies, the Apex court has taken theCmatter seriously. No doubt, this verdict has certainly imposed more responsibility & accountability on the CHSE(O) in particular and all of you in general being part & parcel of the examination system,” the CHSE notification said.