At a presser in Bhubaneswar, CHSE Examination Controller Ashok Nayak said that the Council has decided to publish the results on same day this year.
When asked if grace marks will be awarded to students, the CHSE official said that the Expert Committee will review the issue soon and an appropriate decision will be taken in this regard.
Students appearing for the Plus-2 examinations on Saturday alleged they had out-of-syllabus questions worth 27 marks in the Physics subject.
In spite of the elaborate arrangements made by the Board of Secondary Education (BSE) for the smooth conduct of the annual High School Certificate (HSC) or Matric examination, the question paper of the English examination on Friday allegedly leaked before the exams.
The Council of Higher Secondary Examination (CHSE) on Friday announced the complete schedule of the plus 2 examination 2024.
With barely 20 days left for the exams, the CHSE has initiated preparations to send examination materials to all the centres. The materials will be dispatched from CHSE head office to all the Examination Centres from December 26 and are expected to reach all centres by December 31.
It is pertinent to mention here that several colleges are struggling to obtain affiliation from concerned Universities. But they are still conducting admissions into their institutions.
In the first phase, the question bank will be available for Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Mathematics.
While Ravenshaw has set the cut off mark of 91.67 per cent in science stream, it is 80 per cent in arts. Similarly in commerce stream, the cut off mark is 79.20 per cent.
According to a notification issued by the School and Mass Education department, the first selection merit list will now be published on July 2 instead of June 28.
According to CHSE, 78.88 percent of students cleared the Plus 2 Arts examination, while pass percentage of 67.48 was recorded in vocational studies this year.
The Council of Higher Secondary Education, Odisha will publish the results of Plus 2 Arts stream today afternoon. The results of vocational studies will also be released simultaneously today at 4 pm, informed CHSE Chairman Aswhini Mishra
Speaking to reporters, Nayak said, “Results of Arts stream will be published by June 8.” Meanwhile, the Council is reportedly bracing up for reforms in the Plus 2 syllabus as well as the evaluation pattern.
As per CHSE officials, of the total 24, 331 students who had enrolled for the Commerce stream, 24,082 students had appeared in the Plus 2 examination including 23,0002 regular and 1065 ex-regular students.
In Science stream, 84.93 per cent students have passed in the examination this year.