CHSE Odisha Class 12 Result 2022: Odisha School and Mass Education Minister Samir Ranjan Dash declared the Council for Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) Odisha plus two examination result at a press conference. Students who appeared in the examination will be able to check their results at the official websites — orissaresults.nic.in, chseodisha.nic.in.
The CHSE +2 pass percentage for the science stream is 96.12% and for the commerce stream is 89.20%. A total of 3,21,508 students in Arts, Science, Commerce and Vocational streams appeared for the CHSE +2 examinations with nearly 2.13 lakh students registered from the Arts stream including 78,077 examinees in the science stream.
The pass percentage in the Plus Two Commerce examination is 89.20%. This year, a total of 21,165 Commerce stream students have cleared the exam. A total of 10863 scored the first division, 5053 got the second division and 5242 got the third division. The pass percentage of girls is 90.71% while 88.32% of boys passed. From the CHSE Odisha +2 Commerce stream, 24,136 and 5,863 vocational steam students had registered. As many as 273 students have scored more than 90 percent marks.
As per reports, a total of 1124 students have secured more than 90 per cent marks in the Plus Two Science stream exam 2022 with 50157 students securing the first division, 14932 got the second division and 6910 students were placed in the third division.
The CHSE class 12 board examinations were conducted from April 28 to May 28 from 8 am to 10 am.
Students can check their +2 exam results at the official website. To check the results candidates have to first visit the official websites mentioned above. Then they have to enter the required credentials such as – roll number, registration number, and the given image text (captcha). Then the results will appear on the screen. Students are requested to take a printout of the result as it is an important document that will be needed further.
In 2021, around 3.50 lakh students registered for their CHSE +2 examination. The overall passing percentage of science stream was 95.15 per cent, commerce was at 94.96 per cent and arts at 89.49 per cent. Due to the Covid-19, the results were computed based on the alternate assessment as the board exams were cancelled by the state government.