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.
The exam began with the Modern Indian Language (MIL) subject and students expressed their satisfaction over the question pattern.
The CHSE Plus II board examinations will begin from tomorrow (March 1). More than 3.5 lakh students will appear for the examination. For this, a total of 1,145 examination centres have been set up across Odisha.
As many as, 2,19,110 students will appear in the Arts stream, while 91,379 and 23,148 students will appear in the Science and Commerce streams, respectively.
A day before the commencement of CHSE Plus-2 Board exams in Odisha, some question papers were found uploaded on social media. In no time, the set of questions spread on the internet like wildfire. Soon, Examination controller of the CHSE, came up with a clarification.
The minister also urged the agitating teachers of 662 category colleges to cooperate during the examinations.
The students are unable to prepare themselves for the national-level competitive exams due to unavailability of study materials in Odia language, particularly the Science subjects at Plus-II level, the examination of which is conducted by the CHSE.
The CHSE +2 board examinations will commence from March 1, informed the Council Of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) on Saturday.
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