Odisha Matric Result To Be Out By First Week Of July

Bhubaneswar: The result of the Annual High School Certificate (HSC) examination conducted by the Board of Secondary Education (BSE), Odisha, will be declared by the first week of July said School & Mass Education Minister Samir Ranjan Dash on Saturday. Dash said that the evaluation of the answer sheets has been completed. Due to the change in examination pattern, the tabulation has to be done in three phases. The BSE is taking the necessary steps to declare the results definitely by the first week of July.

Had Thought Of Clearing The Exam Only: UPSC Topper Shruti Sharma

Achievers News:  The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) result came as a big surprise to Shruti Sharma, who has bagged the top position, as she had not expected to secure the highest rank and thought that she would only be able clear the exam. “Now that I have got a chance, I am happy that I will serve the country. I made my second attempt this time as I had to give the paper in Hindi in the first attempt due to the wrong filling of the form, in which…

Evaluation Of Matric Answer Sheets Starts Today

Achievers news: The evaluation of answer sheets for the annual high school certificate (HSC) Summative Assessment-II, Madhyama, and State Open School Certificate Examination (SOSC) starts today. A total of 58 evaluation centres have been set up across the State and evaluators have already joined the centres. A total of 481 chief examiners, 900 deputy examiners, 8919 assistant examiners, and 930 scrutinisers have been engaged for the evaluation of the answer sheets. Board of Secondary Education (BSE) vice president Nihar Ranjan Mohanty had earlier said that the board will adopt a…

Odisha To Bring Back School Drop-Outs To Classrooms

Achievers News: The State Government has devised a strategy to bring back the students who have dropped out of the schools due to non-continuance of teaching due to the Covid-19 pandemic and many other reasons. In a letter to all Collectors, School & Mass Education Department Secretary Bishnupada Sethi stated that two years of academic activities have been lost due to the pandemic situation arising out of COVID-19. After normalcy was restored, steps were taken by Government to reopen the schools and the Department is also monitoring the school attendance…

Class X Student Falls To Death From Hostel Roof In Rayagada

Achievers news: A Class X student of a residential school at Kopapadar village in Bissamcuttack block of Rayagada district died after falling from the hostel roof on Thursday night. The deceased identified as Bharat Bidika of Ghantikhal village was staying at the school hostel and appearing for the matriculation examination. He fell down from the hostel roof at around 8 PM yesterday. He was rushed in an ambulance to Bissamcuttack Community Health Centre (CHC) where the doctor declared him dead. Meanwhile, locals have demanded a probe into the incident.

Matric Examination Begins In Odisha

Achievers news: The Summative Assessment II of Class 10 students, Madhyama and State Open School Examination in Odisha commenced today across the State. As many as 5,71,909 students are to appear in the High School Certificate (HSC) examination. Similarly, 4,443 students will be appearing for the Madhyama examination and 9,378 students will be appearing for the State Open School Certificate (SOSC) examination. All the aforementioned exams are being conducted by the Board of Secondary Education, Odisha(BSE). According to information shared by the BSE, the timings of the exams have been…

Odisha Plus 2 Exam Commences Today

Achievers News: The Annual Higher Secondary Examination (Theory), 2022, conducted by the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE), Odisha commenced today in offline mode. As per the schedule, there will be one sitting every day starting from 9 am. A total of 3,21,508 students in Arts, Science, Commerce and Vocational streams are to appear for the examination. A total of 1,133 examination centres and 202 management hubs have been set up. Three-tier security arrangements have been made in the examination centres. On the first day, students of Arts and Commence…

UP Board Exams In Offline Mode From March 24

Achievers News:  The UP Board examination for Classes 10 and 12 exams will be held in an offline mode from March 24 to April 12. The Board officials have announced the detailed timetable of both high school and intermediate board exams in Prayagraj. “As per the timetable, the exams for high school would be completed in 12 working days while that of intermediate would be completed in 15 working days,” said UP Board chairman and director (secondary education) Vinay Kumar Pandey. Pandey further said that the examination schedule has also…

Indian Students In Tight Spot Amid Ukraine-Russia Tensions

Achievers News: Indian students pursuing higher education in Ukraine have been caught in an uncertain and difficult situation amid the eastern European country’s growing tensions with neighboring Russia. While parents are worried about the well-being of their children, the students are going through the hectic process of looking for flight tickets to return to India. Students at the Ternopil Medical University in Ukraine capital Kyiv are in constant touch with the Indian Embassy. The varsity is also extending assistance to the students. There are around 20,000 Indian nationals in Ukraine.…

OUAT Female Faculty Found Hanging In Official Quarter

Achievers News: A female Assistant Professor of Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology (OUAT) was found hanging inside her official quarter here late Thursday night. The deceased has been identified as Basanti Jena, Assistant Professor at Department of Animal Reproduction, Gynaecology and Obstetrics, College Of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry. On getting information, Khandagiri Police reached the official quarter and seized the body. A probe has been initiated to ascertain the exact cause behind her death.