The Council for Higher Secondary Education has prepared an assessment scheme to prepare the results.
The Government of Odisha has cancelled the remaining class 12 examinations, and an assessment scheme has been planned by the Council for Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) to prepare the results. However, the exams for the remaining papers (for students who wish to improve their marks) will be conducted when the situation improves.
According to the assessment scheme, the students who have appeared for the previous four theory exams will be marked in a best-of-three manner for the pending papers, whereas students who have appeared for three theory exams will be marked in a best-of-two manner.
The Odisha class 12 board exams were conducted only for subjects which were scheduled before the lockdown, and the rest of the papers were postponed. However, the 10th board exams were wrapped up way before the lockdown commenced. The evaluation process came to a sudden halt as many districts were shut due to the coronavirus outbreak. The results can be expected in the last week of July.
CHSE Controller of Examinations, Bijay Kumar Sahu, shared that a total of 2,18, 800 students appeared in the Arts stream, 98,536 appeared in Science stream, and 25,770 in Commerce.
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