CHSE Odisha +2 12th Science Result 2020 date and time Update: The Council for Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) Odisha declared the result of class 12 Science examination on Wednesday, August 12. Total passing percentage this year is 70.21 per cent.
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The School Education Department in a tweet mentioned, “+2 Science Result will be declared on August 12 at 12:30 PM in CHSE (O) and the result will be available on orissaresults.nic.in.” The result will be announced by Education Minister Samir Ranjan Dash. Around a lakh student had appeared for the Science examination this year, while the pending exams in July got cancelled later.
A total of 68,374 students have passed the exam, 38,301 are boys and 30,073 are girls. A total of 25,339 students scored the first division, 24,121-second division and 18,268 students have got third division. Nayagarh district registered the highest pass percentage of 86.51 while Jharsuguda has recorded the lowest pass percentage of 40.71. A total of 20 higher secondary schools scored 100 per cent results while 15 schools got 0.
The state government announced a special assessment scheme for the remaining subjects. As per the scheme, if a student has appeared in more than three papers, then an average mark will be calculated from the best three subjects he/she has appeared for. The average mark will then be awarded in the pending subjects. Similarly, if a student has appeared in three subjects, he/she will be marked on the basis of two best performing papers.
+2 Science Result will be declared on 12th. August by CHSE(O) as declared by Shri Samir Ranjan Dash, Hon’ble Minister School & Mass Education, Odisha.
— EducationOdisha (@SMEOdisha) August 10, 2020
Students who are not happy with the average marking scheme will be given an opportunity to reappear for the pending subjects when the situation improves.
For students who have appeared for compartmental exams, the average of marks obtained in any theory paper/papers appeared will be awarded in the cancelled subjects.
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