A total of 13043 have reportedly applied for the offline exam. Earlier, CHSE had invited online applications for the Plus 2 offline exam from September 3.
As per the latest notification released by DHSE, guardians/parents of shortlisted candidates can also be present for admittance at the institutions in cases where the candidates failed to arrive at the spot.
Several Plus 2 drop out/ex-regular students in Bhubaneswar were detained and picked up by police on Monday (Sept 6) while they were protesting and headed to Naveen Niwas, which is the official residence of Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik.
The Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) in Odisha will soon conduct offline exams for Plus-2 students, the application process of which would be kicking off from September 3.
In a major decision, the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) announced 30% reduction in syllabus of Plus-2 students for the second consecutive year in 2021.
Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) will decide the syllabus for academic session 2021-22 on August 26. The CHSE on Wednesday called for an Academic Committee meeting scheduled to be held on Thursday (August 26).
The pending Plus-2 results of the Arts & vocational streams were declared today.
Girl students have outshined boys in Plus 2 Arts stream. While the total pass percentage of girl students stands at 92.34 percent, 85.98 per cent male students have cleared the Plus 2 exam in Arts stream.
The Odisha School and Mass Education department announced the results of +2 Arts and Vocational examinations, 2021. The results are published from the
The anxiety among the students will finally come to an end as the pending Plus-2 results of the Arts stream will be declared tomorrow. The Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) Odisha informed the same on Friday.
The government has decided to increase 38,000 seats in Arts, 13,000 seats in Science and 3,900 seats in the Commerce stream.
The results of Plus-2 Science & Commerce board exams conducted by Council for Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) Odisha will be announced today. The results have been finalized based on the alternate assessment method taking into consideration marks secured in Class 9, Class 10, Class 11 and Class 12 internal assessment score.
The offline matriculation examination will begin tomorrow (July 30) following all necessary Covid-19 protocol. Odisha School and Mass Education Minister, Samir Ranjan Dash on Thursday informed that over 15,000 students will appear in this examination at 504 centres across the State. The offline matriculation examination 2021 is being conducted for students who were not satisfied with their marks awarded by the board based on special evaluation criteria.
The Odisha School and Mass Education department on Saturday announced the results of +2 Science and Commerce examinations, 2021. This year, around
Results of the Odisha +2 Science and Commerce examinations 2021 will be published on July 31, govt sought more time for arts, vocational studies results
Keeping in mind the Supreme Court’s order to publish the Plus 2 results in the state by July 31, the Council Of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) in Odisha has directed the Higher Secondary Institutions to provide correct and succinct information of the students in a timely manner.
Odisha government has granted permission for inviting application from affiliated-schools seeking increase in Plus-2 intake.
The results of Class 12 examination in Odisha conducted by the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) is likely to be declared by July 31
The results of Plus-II examination in Odisha conducted by Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) is likely to be declared by July 31.
In the practical subjects in which there is no provision for practical records like Indian music, drama, dance, musical instruments and song, the examinees are to be asked to prepare audio/video clips of three to five minutes duration each as directed by the subject teacher and submit through WhatsApp
The Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE), Odisha on Friday informed that results of the Plus-2 examination will be released in the second week of August. The decision was taken based on the recommendations of the expert committee constituted by Odisha government earlier. The expert committee has suggested objective criteria for alternative assessment of the examinees of Annual Higher Secondary Examination, 2021.
While the CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) and CISCE (Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination) have already come up with the evaluation formula for Class 12 exams, all eyes are now on the criteria the Odisha CHSE Board is going to adopt. The Vice Chairman of Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE), Tusharkanti Tripathy on Thursday (June 17) made a big revelation in this regard. According to Tripathy, matriculation or the Class 10 examination would play an important role in the calculation of Plus-2 Board Examination marks.
The video lessons for the subjects, Physics and Chemistry, will be aired for four days in Odisha from June 17 to June 22.
Three major college teacher associations expressed their displeasure over non-inclusion in the process to determine an objective marking scheme for Plus-2 exams. As per allegations, their representation has not been sought in the 14-member expert committee formed by the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) to decide the Class 12th evaluation methodology.
The Odisha government college teachers' association, 662 and 488 category college teachers' associations hold a virtual meeting today and expressed disappointment as CHSE did not rope in any of their member as a representative to the expert committee.