"Recently, I learned that many have appeared for exams even at the age of 50 and more. So, I decided to appear the board exams. There is no age barrier to appear for exams or to get educated,” said Kanhar.
We hope the exams could be conducted in offline mode, and the State government will take the decision in this regard, says Director of Higher Secondary Education, Odisha
Students alleged that their educational institutions have failed to complete the syllabus and therefore, conducting the exam amid the pandemic will cause more harm than any good to them
The Minister further advised students to be mentally prepared for the exams as the government will ensure no delay in the conduct of exams and also in the declaration of results.
Government college students have raised concerns that private college students will score good marks and remain ahead in the race. Moreover, teachers' associations have also raised questions over transparency in allotting marks.
On Friday (June 25), the Odisha government declared the results of Class 10 Board exams 2021 conducted by Board of Secondary Education (BSE).
Bhubaneswar: The Board of Secondary Education (BSE), Odisha on Monday released the much awaited question paper pattern and distribution of marks for the upcoming 2021 matriculation examination. As per a notification issued by the BSE, the Pattern of examination and distribution of marks in different subjects for Annual High School Certificate Examination, State Open School […]
Bhubaneswar: The Board of Secondary Education (BSE) in Odisha has announced the dates of the annual high school certificate (HSC) or the matriculation examination for the year 2020. As per latest reports, the Annual Matric Board Examinations-2020 will commence from February 19 and conclude on March 2. A notification regarding the time table of the […]