The Board of Secondary Education, Odisha, will announce the matriculation result today, June 10, or June 25. Students will be able to view their result and download their Provisional Marksheets from the official website, In, The result will be announced at 1 p.m. when it will be available to students after 6 p.m.

This year, like most of the boards, Odisha has also canceled their Class 10 exams and the results will be declared on the basis of special criteria. The Odisha Board had earlier asked schools to make representations before the examination committee before announcing the results. The result will be announced after approval by the committee.

According to an official statement, BSE Odisha will prepare the results on the basis of 9-month annual and annual examinations which will form 40 per cent marks. The remaining per cent marks will be based on the second, third and fourth practice tests of class X – the weight of this joint will be 70 per cent. In the tenth assessment, marks will be given based on the best score of any two of the four exams. If a class 10 does not appear in any of the practice tests, the marks obtained on the basis of 9 months in the 9-month annual and annual examination marks will be given 100% weight.

Earlier, schools were asked by the board to submit last year’s marks and all students’ practice test marks between May 29 and June 7. The BSE Odisha Class 10 exam was scheduled to be held from May 3 to 15, but it was scrapped. Covid-19 epidemic.

Considering the class 9 clause, it is possible that all the students who got promotion in class 9 to 10 will pass. If so, this will be the first time all students have been declared a pass. Students get at least 33% marks in each subject as well as total to pass BSE Odisha Class 10 examination.

Last year. 78.76 per cent students passed the 10th exam while in 2019 the pass percentage was 70.78 per cent.

In 2020, more than 5.34 lakh students appeared for the exam, out of which 4.21 lakh passed. A total of 1279 students got A1 grade while 8458 got A2 grade.

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