The absenteeism of thousands of candidates from the annual HSC exam this year is definitely a matter of concern, the Odisha government said on Monday while directing education officers at the district level to find out the reason behind the matter.
After a gap of two years, students sat for the tests in offline mode. A total of 5,71,909 students will be appearing for the High School Certificate exam while 9378 and 4443 students will write for the State Open School Certificate Examination (SOSC) and Madhyama examinations, respectively.
The Headmaster of the Mentor School shall login with their school code as User ID and Password which has been last used,” the BSE, Odisha said in a statement.
School and Mass Education Minister, Samir Ranjan Dash on Monday said that Class 10 and 12 students should to be ready with their preparations for the Matriculation and Plus II Examinations.
Students of all recognised secondary schools can fill up their application forms for appearing in the Class-X and summative assessment-I by visiting the official website of the Board of Secondary Education (BSE), Odisha-www.bseodisha.ac.in.
The Odisha Secondary School Teachers’ Association (OSSTA) on Thursday released a test paper for the class-10 students of Odisha board keeping in mind the COVID restrictions that has hampered their preparations for the exams
The evaluation of Odisha Matric offline exams 2021 will commence from August 11, informed the Board of Secondary Education on Monday
BSE has released the admit card for the class 10 offline exam and also list of all the designated centres where the exam will be conducted
The score secured by the students in the offline examination would be considered as the final result and binding on the students.
Students across State took objection to taking up class 9th marks for evaluation. They allege generous marks to govt-run schools. The peer board CBSE didn't take class 9th for evaluation. It's evaluation strategy eliminates the bias of 'generosity'
The special offline examination will be held based on 70% syllabus as already 30% syllabus has been reduced.
Amid huge outpouring of anger over the recently-announced Class 10 results by students and guardians across the State, the Odisha Secondary School Teachers’ Association (OSSTA) has added fuel to the row by terming cancellation of the board examination as a ‘historic blunder.’
For students who have a good scoring in practice tests this year will be going to score big on June 25. But a dampener for one who hopes to take a big 'improvement' leap in the final exam that was eventually cancelled due to pandemic