After having failed to take admission into various Plus 3 courses in universities across the state, as many as 13,043 students in Odisha are now staring at an uncertainty.
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.
With the uncertainty looming over annual board exams due to the pandemic, the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) in Odisha has made some major changes in the pattern of Plus 2 examination this year.
Demanding fair evaluation of Plus 2 examinations, an ex-regular girl student attempted suicide on Monday (September 20). The protesting student slit her palm in front of Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) in Bhubaneswar.
Odisha higher education department is reportedly mulling over a overhaul in the Plus 2 examination pattern.
With the Odisha Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) all set to announce the annual Plus 2 results by July 31, educationists suppose it will be a herculean task for the Council to come up with results that are pro-student and satisfactory to all through the alternative evaluation methodology.