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Tag: Plus 2 Admission

Odisha Plus-2 Admission
Odisha Plus-2 Admissions Process Begins

Higher Secondary Schools and institutions across Odisha started the first phase of Plus II admission for 2021-22 academic session on Tuesday. On Monday, the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) released the first cut-off list for students seeking admission into various streams.

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Odisha Plus 2 Admission: Merit List To Be Out Today, Cut Off May Rise

In view of the pass percentage in the 2021 Matriculation examination, the State government has decided to increase seats in Plus II streams in various colleges across the State.

Plus 2 Admission
Admission Process For Odisha Plus II Courses -2021 Begins

Admission process to Plus II streams in higher secondary schools across Odisha has started from today

Plus 2 Admission
Plus 2 Admission: Process Of Receiving Applications For Increase In Seats Begins

Education Department of Odisha Government has initiated the process for accepting online applications from the intending higher secondary schools/junior colleges for an increase in the number of seats for admissions into Plus II classes for academic session 2021-22

Odisha Plus 2 Science Admission
Plus 2 Admission: Odisha Govt Invites Applications For Increase In Seats In Junior Colleges 

S&ME department Additional Secretary Subhashree Nanda informed that the government has accorded permission for inviting online applications from Plus 2 colleges for an increase in seats.

Class 10 Cleared, Will There Be A Seat In College: Students In Odisha Unsure 
Class 10 Cleared, Will There Be A Seat In College: Students In Odisha Unsure 

Though the State used to witness a vacancy of around 1 lakh seats in Plus 2 colleges every year, the high pass percentage has left thousands of students worried about their admission.

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Internal marks for SSC students: Maha to take call

Mumbai: The Maharashtra government will discuss with the Centre the demand raised by parents of the students of class 10 to not consider internal marks scored by their counterparts from other boards while securing admission in class 11. A delegation of parents met state Education Minister Vinod Tawde and complained of their wards failing to […]