Updated: June 25, 2021 6:34:29 pm
BSE Odisha 10th Result 2021 Date: The state education minister released the Class 10 result at Board of Secondary Education (BSE), Odisha office in Cuttack. Students may check their results on the official website of BSE at bseodisha.nic.in or bseodisha.ac.in. Registered candidates are advised to keep on checking the site for getting regular updates regarding the results.
The pass percentage is 97.89 per cent for regular students, however overall 96.73 students have passed. Of a total of 5,74,125 examinees, 5,62,101 students passed of which 2.80,351 are boys and 2,81,658 are girls. No school has reported zero result while 5945 schools have scored 100 per cent.
LIVE Updates BSE Odisha 10th result
The results of the annual HSC, state open school certificate and Madhyama examination 2021 will be placed before the examination committee of the board on June 25, 2021, at 1 pm and after being approved by the examination committee. BSE Odisha the result of all the above three examinations will be published from the head office at 4 pm.
Candidates will be able to check the result from 6 pm onwards. In case students are not able to check result due to internet connectivity or due to no availability of the internet, the result can be checked on mobile. Candidates will have to type OR01 <Roll No> and send SMS to 5676750.
This is for the first time that the results of class 10 are going to be declared without holding the annual examinations.
Last year, over 5.34 lakh students appeared for the exams, out of which 4.21 lakh passed and took the overall pass percentage to 78.76 per cent. Whereas the pass percentage in 2019 was recorded at 70.78 per cent. In 2020,1279 students were awarded an A1 grade while 8458 got an A2 grade. A total of 2,23,195 candidates have got an E grade.
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