Plus-2 offline examination conducted by the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE), Odisha commenced on Friday (October 1). The CHSE is conducting the offline exams for students who were dissatisfied with their scores awarded through the alternative assessment method.
The CHSE results declared under the alternative evaluation method showed that he had passed the exams with 238 marks. However, when he reached the college a few days later to claim the TC for admission in Diploma course at a technical institute, he found that he has failed in the exams.
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.
This year, the pass percentage of the annual Plus II examinations in Odisha is likely be over 90 per cent. Controller of Examinations of the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE), Bijay Kumar Sahoo informed this on Sunday. According to the CHSE official, the increase in pass percentage is due to the alternative assessment criteria adopted by the council this year.
In the circumstances, cancelling the Class XII board exams was the only course available to the CBSE. CISCE immediately followed suit. And the Council of Higher Secondary Examination (CHSE) is likely to do the same in Odisha
Bhubaneswar: Keeping in view the below-par performances of students in Plus-II examinations, School and Mass Education department in Odisha has come up with a big announcement which could jolt the irregular students. As per reports, if a student fails in the first year exams, s/he will not be promoted to the second year. The students […]