Odisha Board 12th (Plus 2) 2017 Result Out | Girls Outshine Boys

The CHSE Odisha Board has announced the plus two science exam results today. The students can check their results on the CHSE’s Odisha official website orissaresults.nic.in. With the declaration of the results, the science students can now prepare for their next step of higher education.

The results were announced by the Mass Education minister Badri Naryan Patra.

Odisha CHSE Science Plus Two 2017 Results-How To Check

The Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) have uploaded the results on two of their official website and to check them follow these steps:

Due to a huge number of students checking the results the server of the sites might slow down. But don’t loose your patience just keep all of your details handy to avoid last minute rush.

The CHSE Odisha has further announced that the last date for rechecking would be May 29, 2017.

No information about the commerce and humanities 2017 result is yet given by the CHSE Odisha board and this might add up to the anxiousness of the students of the same stream for their results.

The 2017 Odisha Board Exams

The Odisha CHSE held the Annual 12th science examinations in the month of March this year and about 91,000 students officially appeared for them from 1,504 colleges. More than 3,80,707 students of Odisha gave the CHSE board exams in total and which bascically for the arts, commerce, science and vocational subjects.

This year the percentage of passing has been set at 81.11 and the girls have again left boys behind by securing a pass percentage of 82.36 in comparison of boys who have achieved 80.29 percentage.

The CHSE Odisha has over 6,957 schools affiliated and mainly holds higher secondary level examinations, implementing state academic policies and curriculum.

Source- NDTV

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