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DHE Odisha +2 merit list 2018: The admission of the students selected in the first list will commence from July 2 to July 5 till 5 pm. The Plus II merit list will be available at

By: Education Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: June 29, 2018 4:17:45 pm
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DHE Odisha +2 merit list 2018: The Plus II or +2 merit list has been released today by the Directorate of higher secondary education. All those students who have passed their Class 10 or matric examinations and had applied for seats in arts, commerce and science streams can check the merit list at The online application process for the +2 merit courses was closed on June 17. Earlier, the merit list was scheduled to release on June 23. The admission of the students selected in the first list will commence from July 2 to July 5 till 5 pm.

The official website managed by the SAMS (Student Academic Management System) centre has posted a message that the merit list will be displayed today. However, the +2 merit list time is not confirmed.

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DHE Odisha +2 merit 2018, here’s how to check:

Step 1: Visit the official website mentioned above
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the DHE Odisha +2 merit list link
Step 3: Enter your registration number, password and date of birth.
Step 4: Your allotment result will be displayed

Read | BSE Odisha HSC 10th results 2018 declared 

This year, the students applying for admission in different streams were allowed to pick at least five colleges and a maximum of 10 colleges. Last year, students were allowed to opt for a maximum of 20 colleges. For a total of 2,001 seats, 4,41,603 have registered with 4,09,974 have applied online for +2 merit list. Admission will be conducted at 1993 colleges, including 231 vocational and 172 Sanskrit colleges, in the state.

An applicant needs to take print out of the “School Copy” & “Applicant Copy” of the filled-in CAF, and submit both the copies along with relevant documents / fees at the any SRC for consideration & validation, if
i) 10th board examination is not verified online
ii) Caste (ST/SC) certificate is not verified online
iii) Applicant choose “Pay at SRC” option for application fees
iv) Applicant claiming reservation other than ST/SC
v) Applicant claiming any weightage

In a notification, the Directorate of higher secondary education notification had said the students have to submit their common application form (CAF) through online mode and then through offline mode.

This year, nearly 4.38 lakh Class 10 students have passed the examination with a total of 1715 students have secured A1 grade (or over 90 per cent marks).

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