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.
The Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) declared the results of the much awaited class 12 or Plus 2 examination results for the Science and
In Science stream, 84.93 per cent students have passed in the examination this year.
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.
As per the CHSE Controller of Examinations, the Plus 2 Science and Commerce stream results will be announced at 11 am tomorrow.
As per the official announcement made by the school and mass education minister and department secretary, the Plus seats will be increased from 2023-24 academic year.
The Online Common Application Form (CAF) for the admission was made available on SAMS Odisha website- www.samsodisha.gov.in from 11 am today. The last date of applying online through the official website is 20 June 2023.
According to a notification issued by the Higher Education department, the last date for submission of the online application form is June 20.
Speaking to the media, Mallik said, “The Odisha government will increase Plus 2 seats if the need arises. Necessary measures will be taken so that no student will suffer.”
“Twenty percent weightage of the total marks in a paper, theory and practical/Project separately, shall be awarded based on the best two performance of the candidate out of three quarter end examinations of class XIl, and 80% weightage of total marks in a paper, practical/Project separately, shall be theory and awarded based on the performance of the candidate in Annual HS Examination, 2023 conducted by CHSE,” a notification issued by the board.
The Minister further informed that processes are already underway for the publication of Plus II results as wel
The first phase of evaluation will continue till April 22-23 and the second phase of evaluation will be completed by May 7,
In the letter, the Government Science College, Chhatrapur authorities mentioned that the answer sheets of students bearing roll numbers from 149KA090 to 149KA102 are missing and urged the centre superintendent to take necessary steps for the missing answer sheets.
Later, Lipsa was rushed to Anandapur sub-divisional hospital as her health condition deteriorated.
The victim was rushed to Padampur hospital and was later shifted to MKCG hospital in Berhampur after her condition deteriorated.
Amid the chaos, the School and Mass Education Minister Samir Ranjan Dash on Wednesday confirmed that the question papers doing rounds on the internet are fake ones and urged students not to believe in them.