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CHSE Odisha Plus Two evaluation criteria released: Students to be evaluated based on Class 10 marks

The students will be evaluated based on their marks in Class 10. The result is likely to be released in the second week of August.

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The Council for Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) Odisha has announced the evaluation criteria for plus two (Class 12) students. The students will be evaluated based on their marks in Class 10.

Subsequently, an expert committee was constituted by the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) in accordance with the instructions of the government to suggest well-defined objective criteria for alternative assessment of the examinees of annual higher secondary examination.

On the basis of the recommendations of the committee and in view of the cancellation of Annual HS Examinations, 2021, the CHSE will follow the norms for processing of results of the examination.

Scores will be awarded to the regular examinees in theory papers/theory components of papers on the basis of the performance of the examinee in the 10th Board examination. For this purpose, a detailed subject mapping has been prepared. The scores in theory papers for ex-regular examinees will be awarded on the basis of their performance in the previous CHSE examination in which they had appeared. Scores will be awarded in the practical/ project component of a paper both for regular and ex-regular examinees at their higher secondary school level.

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The result is likely to be released in the second week of August. Once released, students may check their results on the official website of CHSE at

According to official statements, around 3.50 lakh students were to appear for the examination this year. However, the state board had cancelled Class 12 board exams due to the rising Covid-19 cases in the second wave of the pandemic.

The Central Board of Secondary Education on Thursday presented the proposed marking scheme for evaluation of Class 12 students after the board exams were cancelled on June 1. The evaluation strategy will have a total of three parts – Class 10 component (30%) based on best 3 performing subjects in Board exams, Class 11 component (30%) will be based on the final exam and Class 12 component (40%) based on unit test/mid-term/Pre-board.

(with PTI inputs)

First published on: 18-06-2021 at 05:44:06 pm
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