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Odisha 10th Result 2018: The minimum marks required to pass the HSC examinations in the state is 30 per cent in each subject. Candidates securing 60 per cent and above will be declared passed in the first division

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Odisha 10th Result 2018: If due to heavy traffic students are unable to open the website, they can also check the result at examresults.net.

Odisha 10th Result 2018: The Board of Secondary Education (BSE) Odisha has declare the results for Class 10 or Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) today, at bseodisha.nic.in, bseodisha.ac.in and orissaresults.nic.in. Candidates who have been eagerly waiting for the results for the Class 10 can download them from the board’s official website. A total 5.90 lakh students have registered for the Class 10 examination from 2,818 centres. Tight security had been arranged for carrying out the examination smoothly and according to some local dailies, CCTV cameras were also arranged for the same. The government had asked all the district collectors and superintendents of police to ensure smooth conduct of the examination.

ReadBSE Odisha HSC 10th results 2018 LIVE updates: Results declared

The Board of Secondary Education (BSE) Odisha will release the results today, on May 7. The results will be available on the official websites mentioned above. 

Around 58 flying squads and 37 central squads of the board were constituted for vigilance and ensure smooth conduct of the examination. The Annual HSC Examination started on February 23 continued till March 8. The examination started at 8:45 am and the question papers were distributed at 8:30 am. Fifteen minutes extra was given to the students to read the question paper. The paper contained both objectives as well as subjective questions in two parts.

This year, there were paper leak rumours that surrounded the Odisha Board exams this year. Reports suggest that nearly an hour after the start of the annual High School Certificate (HSC) examination, photos of question paper of MIL subject started circulating on WhatsApp at around Kendrapara district. However, the Board officials dismissed leak reports. School and Mass Education Minister Badri Narayan Patra said preliminary probe has revealed that the question paper wasn’t leaked.