BSE Odisha additionally stated that the burden on college students will scale back after the adoption of a single annual examination (Consultant picture)
The BSE Odisha board has been conducting two summative examinations for lessons 10 and 9 for the previous two years following the COVID pandemic
In a significant improvement, the Board of Secondary Training (BSE) Odisha has determined to revert to the annual examination sample for Class 10 and 9 college students of government-run excessive secondary colleges throughout the state. The board has been conducting two summative examinations for these lessons for the previous two years following the COVID pandemic.
BSE President, Ramasish Hazra stated, “As an alternative of two summative assessments, it has determined to return to the previous system of conducting a yearly examination from this educational session. The half-yearly examination may even be launched in Class 10. The board will present query papers, Nevertheless, the board will solely present query papers to the district schooling officers for Class 9 college students.
For sophistication 9 college students, BSE stated it is not going to conduct the examination, fairly it should solely present query papers to the district schooling officers. BSE additionally stated that the burden on college students will scale back after the adoption of a single annual examination.
“The state govt has determined to reintroduce previous sample reintroduces previous sample of the matric examination. it should scale back the burden and be useful for us,” a pupil stated.
In the meantime, the Odisha Board of Secondary Training (BSE) introduced the matriculation or HSC examination result on May 20. A complete of 5,21,444 candidates had appeared within the annual state board examination for the 12 months 2023, of which 5,12,460 efficiently cleared the examination. The general move share stands at 96.19 per cent. This 12 months the move fee for ladies is 97.05 per cent and the move fee for boys is 95.75 per cent.
The efficiency of scholars in Cuttack and Jagatsinghpur districts was the very best, every scoring 97.99 per cent move share, whereas Malkangari district was on the backside with 92.68 per cent move share. Of the entire move out, 2,58,827 college students had been ladies and a couple of,53,633 had been boys. The examination was held from March 10 to March 20, 2023, at 3218 centres throughout the state.