Odisha CHSE Exam Cancelled: Here’s How Plus II Students Will Be Evaluated
Bhubaneswar: With the cancellation of all the pending Plus II examinations in view of Covid-19 pandemic by Odisha government, the major concern among students and parents is now related to the evaluation or the assessment process.
Here’s How Plus II Students Will be Evaluated
Amid this confusion over the evaluation process, Odisha government has now released a ‘proposed assessment scheme’ for the same.
Results of the students who have completed all the examinations will be declared based on their performance in the examinations.
For the students who have appeared in the examination in more than 3 papers, the average of the marks in theory obtained in best three performing papers will be awarded in the theory papers whose examination have not been conducted.
For the students who have appeared in the examination in only 3 papers, the average of the marks in theory obtained in best two theory papers will be awarded in the papers whose examination have not been conducted.
Evaluation of Compartmental Exams
For the Compartmental exams, where candidates have appeared all the required papers, marks will he declared on the basis of their performance.
Compartmental candidates, who have partly appeared in the required papers, the average of the marks obtained in any of the theory paper/papers appeared in CHSE 2020, will be awarded in the papers whose examinations have not been conducted.
For Compartmental candidates whose examination of any paper has not been conducted in CHSE-2020, such candidate will be awarded the average of the best 3 (if the candidate has secured pass mark, in more than 3 paper in the last qualifying examination): best 2 (if the candidate has secured pass marks in 3 papers in the last qualifying examination, average of 2 papers (if the candidate has secured pass marks in 2 papers in the last qualifying examination of the theory marks obtained by him her in the last qualifying examination.
Moreover, CHSE will conduct an optional examination in the subjects whose examinations were scheduled to be conducted from March 23 to 28 as soon as condition are conducive as assessed and decided by the State government.
Meanwhile, candidates whose results will he declared based on the above assessment scheme will be allowed to appear in these optional examinations to improve their performance, if they wish so.
NOTE: The marks obtained by a candidate in those optional exams will be treated as final.
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