Rashmi Ranjan

The evaluation of the annual Matric examination conducted by the Board of Secondary Education (BSE) is all set to begin on Tuesday.

A total of 56 evaluation centres have been set up across the State while as many as 13,000 teachers will be engaged in the evaluation process.

The evaluation will continue for 12 days and the BSE has made elaborate measures to ensure an error-free and hassle-free evaluation process. After the evaluation of the answer copies, the marks of the students will be uploaded on the official website, informed BSE.

Though the date for publication of results is yet to be finalised, it is believed that the results might be declared by this month's end or by May first week.

"The evaluation of the answer sheets will be carried out at the 56 evaluation centres. We are trying to publish the results by April end, but the date is yet to be finalised. The date can be fixed after the evaluation begins," BSE president Ramasis Hazra had said.

The annual High School Certificate (HSC) Summative Assessment-II examination 2023 which began on March 10 concluded on March 20.

More than 5 lakh students appeared for the matriculation or the Class 10 high school certificate examination in 3,218 examination centres across the state.

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