Board of Secondary Odisha on Friday informed that The Matric summative-1 examination for class 10 students in Odisha will start from November 23 and continue till November 30.
The students of the high school certificate examination can download their admit cards from the official BSE Odisha website from today onwards. The Madhyama and the State Open School students can download their admit cards from November 17.
As per the directions of the Odisha government’s School and Mass Education Department, the Board of Secondary Education has decided to introduce aspirational components in the curriculum for class 9 and 10 students.
In an astonishing feat, Shila Rani Das, a mother of two has cleared the Class 10 board exams at the age of 53. Shila Rani cleared the Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) exam with her two daughters, who cleared their higher secondary exams alongside.
As many as 14935 students have skipped the Class 9 (HSC & Madhyama 2021-22) examination, the result of which was published by the Board of Secondary Education (BSE) today.
The evaluation of answer sheets of students who have appeared in the annual high school certificate (HSC) Summative Assessment-II examination will commence from May 21, the board of secondary education (BSE), Odisha said on Friday.
In the video, students can be seen taking out a march right from their school gate after the examination. The revellers were seen crazily dancing as the DJ played latest hits like Mallamma pita pita de Gua ghia to name to few.
The BSE president said the answer copies of students will be brought from the nodal centres for evaluation. “We hope to start the evaluation process from May 20 or May 21,” he said.
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.
All preparations for conducting the examination in a smooth and free and fair manner have been completed by the Board of Secondary Education (BSE), Odisha.
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.
Odisha Chief Secretary, Suresh Mohapatra said that the matriculation or the high school certificate examination (HSC) will begin from April 29 and conclude on May 6, 2022.
After the Board of Secondary Education (BSE) in Odisha faced several issues pertaining to the evaluation of the students of Class 9 and 10 during the pandemic, the board decided to implement a new assessment methodology.
Board of Secondary Education (BSE) Odisha on Monday issued a new assessment criterion for evaluation of Class 9 and Class 10 students.
In a major confusion during the offline matriculation examination at a centre in Cuttack, at least 20 students had to appear for the exam twice for two different sets of questions on Tuesday.