A total of 82.56 percent of students registered success in the annual High School Certificate
(HSC) examinations in Odisha the result of which was announced by School and Mass Education minister Debi Prasad Mishra in Cuttack on Wednesday.
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Out of a total of 5,49,374 students who had appeared in the examinations, 4,51,959 have passed the examinations with an overall pass result of 82.56%. Of the pass students, 1473 students have secured A1 grade by securing more than 90 per cent of marks.
While 16,021 students have secured A2 grade (between 80 and 89% marks), 46,688 students have secured B1 grade (between 70 and 79% marks). A total of 43,194 candidates have secured B2 grade (between 60 and 69% marks) and 1,10,337 got C grade (between 50 and 59% marks) while 1,21,292 students got D grade (between 40 and 49% marks).
Similarly, 72,954 candidates got E grade (between 33 and 39% marks) and 39,473 students securing less than 33% marks have secured F grade.
"We are happy that the number of pass students has increased. The number of schools registering 100 per cent success has increased while number of students booked for malpracice also declined," said school and mass education secretary Usha Padhee.
She said 25.98 per cent of candidates have secured more than 60 per cent of marks against the last year's performance of 20.97 per cent.
We have tried our best to come up with zero error results this year. In case any student feels there is error in his/her result, they can contact the two help line numbers of the Board 0671-2412059/2412060 or through the school help line number 18003456722 between 10.30 AM to 5 PM.
We would immediately verify the answer sheets and do the needful, said Dakshya Prasad Nanda, the president of the Board of Secondary Education, Odisha.
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A total of 5,78, 244 Regular and Ex-Regular (New) candidates in 2799 centres, 9620 Old Ex-Regular candidates in 84 nodal centres and 5, 788 Madhyama (Sanskrit Toll) candidates in 50 centres had appeared in the examinations held between February 23 and March 9.
At least 1956 Regular and Ex-Regular (New) candidates and 654 Old Ex-Regular and Madhyama candidates were booked for malpractice, board sources said.