BSE Odisha Class 10 Modalities And Criteria For Results Released

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BSE Odisha Class 10: The Board of Secondary Education have finalised the modalities that should be followed to award marks for Class 10 due to the cancelled status of board examinations because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The inconsistent functioning of education institutions and the high rise of cases in the second wave of the pandemic has led to postponement and cancellation of many exams including CBSE board exams.

Included in this, the Madhyama and State Open School Certificate examinations and the Annual High School Certificate (HSC) which were scheduled to be conducted from May 3 stands cancelled. Addressing the confusion, the Board of Secondary Education (BSE) of Odisha has fixed modalities for marking the students.

It has been announced that the marks for School regular (SR) students and Quasi-regular (QR) students will be given on the basis of their academic performances at half-yearly and annual examinations that were held in Class 9 with the second, third, and fourth practice tests taken during their class 10.

Respective schools will be responsible for the markings and school-wise merit should be prepared after giving appropriate marks secured by students from the above criteria. The final marks should then be uploaded to the Board.

As per the new notification from the Board, the highest marks which were secured in class 9 will have 40 percent weightage on their final results while the marks and performance from class 10 will have 60 percent weightage. The two highest marks in all subjects out of the three test practices conducted in class 10 will have 30 percent weightage.

In case of failure to appear in any of the practice tests in class 10, the Board will put a 100 percent weightage on the results and performance of the student based on class 9. This includes the marks secured in both half-yearly and annual examinations. The highest marks in different subjects will also be taken into consideration for this.

The BSE has also decided to be thorough in making the results. It will analyse the school’s past HSC result from the last four years and allot marks to the candidates in a graded manner. The board has set June 30 as a target date for the declaration of examination results.

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