Bhubaneswar: The Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE), Odisha has decided to award marks for the annual Plus-II examinations, 2021 based on the performance of the students on 10th Board examination. The result will be announced in second week of August, 2021.
The State government had cancelled the Annual Higher Secondary Examination, 2021 considering the situation of Covid-19 Pandemic and keeping in mind the health and safety issues of the students, teachers and parents.
Subsequently, an Expert Committee was constituted to suggest modalities for alternative assessment of the examinees of Annual Higher Secondary Examination, 2021. Based on the recommendations of the panel, the CHSE on Friday fixed modalities for processing of results of the Examination.
The Plus II scores will be awarded to the regular examinees in theory papers/theory components of papers on basis of the performance of the examinee in the 10th examination conducted by Board of Secondary Education (BSE),Odisha. For this purpose a detailed subject mapping has been prepared.
Similarly, the scores in theory papers for ex-regular examinees will be awarded on the basis of their performance in the previous CHSE examination which they had appeared.
The marks will be awarded in the practical/project component of a paper both for regular and ex-regular students at their Higher Secondary School level. The marks awarded at the Higher Secondary School level will be scrutinized and moderated.
If an examinee not satisfied with the result declared on the basis of alternative assessment criteria, he/she can option to appear the examination in the offline mode which will be conducted when the situation will be conducive, the Controller of Examinations of CHSE said.