Thu. Jun 1st, 2023

BHUBANESWAR: The Board of Secondary Education (BSE), Odisha announced the results of class X annual matriculation examination 2023 on Thursday. As many as 96.4% students passed the High School Certificate (HSC) examination against last year’s pass rate of 90.55%.
A total 5,21, 444 students in 8954 schools had appeared for the matriculation examination of whom 5,12, 460 students passed the exam. A total 1170 schools have made 100% results while no school has done nil results.
Yet again girls outshone boys as the pass percentage 2,58 827 girls passed the exam with a pass percentage of 95.66% against 2,56,877 boys with a pass percentage of 92.75%. As many as 2254 girls students have scored above 90% marks while 1904 boys students have scored above 90% marks. Among the SC and ST category girl students have scored higher pass rate than the boys.
Newly appointed school and mass education minister Pramila Mallik announced the results and congratulated the successful students and thanked the teachers for their cooperation. This year 4158 students passed in AI grade (above 90%) while 29,838 students passed in A2 grade (80-90%), as many as 77,567 passed in B1 grade (70-80%) while 1, 18, 751 students passed in B2 grade (above 60%). As many as 1, 21, 611 students passed in C grade while 95,006 students passed in D grade.
“All measures have been taken to release an error free results on time. The students have appeared the exam as per the assessment system adopted after the covid pandemic with summative-1 and summative-2. However, the department is considering changing it to the previous system of one board exam from this year,” said school and mass education secretary S Aswasthy.
Cuttack and Jagatsinghpur district secured the highest pass rate of 97.99 % while Malkangiri district secured the lowest pass rate of 92.68%.
Unsatisfied students can apply for rechecking of marks from May 23. This year the board will also conduct supplementary exam for unsuccessful students, which was not done last year.
In the State Open School 75.07% students have passed the exam while in Madhyama exam 85.94% students have passed.

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