Bhubaneswar: The results of the annual +2 examination of the Science and Commerce streams conducted by the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE), Odisha was announced by the School and Mass Education Minister Samir Ranjan Dash here today evening.
A total of 94,532 candidates had appeared for the exam in the Science stream, and out of them 89,951 have cleared the exam, the Minister said.
Out of the candidates who have cleared the exam 50,198 are boys and 39,753 are girls, he added.
Dash said that 55,468 candidates have secured first division, 16,943 have secured second division, and 14,631 have secured third division.
The overall pass percentage in the Science stream is 95.15 per cent, the Minister stated.
While the pass percentage of boys in the Science stream is 94.46, that of girls is 96.03, the Minister added.
The percentage of candidates securing first division in the Science stream is 58.67 and that of second division is 17.92.
As many as 2,278 candidates have secured more than 90% marks as against 137 last year.
A total of 78899 regular candidates had appeared in the exam and out of them 78,809 have cleared the exam, which means the pass percentage is 99.88%.
A total of 15,633 ex-regular candidates had enrolled for the exam in the Science stream and out of them 11,142 have cleared the exam which is 71.27%.
The Minister stated that a total of 24,526 candidates had appeared in the exam in the Commerce stream and out of them 23,292 cleared the exam. The pass percentage is 94.96%.
While 14,757 boys (94.39%) cleared the exam in the Commerce stream, 8,535 girls (95.97%) cleared the exam.
As many as 8,355 (35.87%) students secured first division in the Commerce stream, 5,692 secured second division and 9066 secured third division.
A total of 21,996 candidates had appeared in the exam in the Commerce stream as regular students out of which 21,906 cleared the exam and the pass percentage stands at 99.59%.
In the ex-regular category, 2,530 candidates in Commerce stream appeared the exam, out of them 1,386 (54.78%) cleared the exam.
The Minister stated that candidates can check their results and also download their mark sheet from www.orissaresults.nic.in
He informed that marks have been awarded to candidates as the alternative assessment scheme.
In the event of any candidate finding any discrepancy in the results, the concerned candidate can file a complaint with the Principal of the college along with appropriate proof. The Principal after examining the veracity of the claim and on finding it to true can submit the claim online along with attested copies of the mark sheet and other relevant documents to the Examination Controller. A notification in this regard will be published by August 6, Dash said.
The Minister further said that the results will be also available at the SAMS e-space of the higher secondary schools. Candidates can also avail information through helpline no. 0674-2301098, he added.
Dash informed that the results of those candidates who have not appeared any annual examination of the CHSE have been withheld.
He said that they can appear the exam through offline mode.
Any candidate who is not satisfied with the marks awarded to them on the basis of the alternative assessment scheme can appear the exam through offline mode if they so desire, he clarified.
Notification regarding the conduct of the exam through offline mode shall be published later, he added.