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About 3 lakh students passed Odhisha Board examination results

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Bhubaneswar: The Odisha Board of secondary education today declared its High school certificate (HSC) examination result along with Board of Secondary Education (BSC) in which girls like always outshines boys.

The results were about to declare on 14th May but it was delayed due to occurrence of cyclone Fani that hit in state on May 3rd.

This year 523000 candidates appeared in 10th board examination.

 

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About 3 lakh students passed Board examination’s High School Certificate whose results were out on Tuesday.

Even this time girls continue to maintain their position by scoring higher percentage than boys in BSE HSC exam.

Announcement of result took place in BSE headquarters in Cuttack. “This time passing percentage is 70.78 percent which is less than previous year as it was 76.23 percent last year,” said Pradipta Mohapatra secretary of school and mass education.

 

Odhisha class 10th, 12 results declare with 3 lakh students clear exam:

 

Out of 5,87,720 students 3,97,125 passed board examination(1,91,655 boys, 2,05,470 girls).

According to data exams took place in 2953 centers from February 22 to March 8.

72.35 percent of Regular and37.43 percentage of ex-regular passed.

 

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In 2019 BSC HSC exam, results of 82 schools were nil and 289 schools gained 100 percent results.

Jharsuguda district scored highest 85.48 percent while Koraput district scored lowest 50.61 percent.

This year passed percentage of Madhyama examination is 84.62 percent. Out of 3563 students about 3015 students cleared exam.

 

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Union government clears air about reopening of schools in the country: Read here

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With coronavirus cases beginning to drastically drop in India over the last weeks, talks have been growing regarding the reopening of schools. However, as India begins unlocking of COVID-19 restrictions, experts have warned that a third wave is “inevitable”. After a horrifying second wave and speculations that the next pandemic wave may affect children, NITI Aayog (health) member Dr VK Paul cleared some doubts concerning parents, children and teachers and said that the government will consider reopening of schools only when majority of teachers and staff are vaccinated.

Speaking to reporters in Delhi, Dr VK Paul on Friday said that, “A lot of things need to be considered while deciding on the reopening schools. This is a question that keeps coming up.”

“The time should come soon. But we must also consider how schools were reopened in foreign countries and they had to close after the outbreak. We do not want to put our students and teachers in such a situation,” Dr Paul said.

The NITI Aayog member explained that reopening schools before the pandemic settles or till sufficient people are vaccinated against the viral infection.

“…we should also remember that in many countries schools reopened, then outbreaks were reported and they had to shut them down again. We don’t want to put our children and teachers in that situation unless we have more confidence that the pandemic won’t harm us. Discussion on reopening of schools remains a part of the larger discourse but information that seroprevalence remain equal among children will be useful data,” he said.

The NITI Aayog member’s statement comes after a WHO-AIIMS survey which stated that the COVID-19 seroprevalence in the age group below 18 is 55.7 per cent and above 18 is 63.5 per cent. The survey clarified that the SARS-CoV-2 seropositivity rate in children is comparable to that in adults, hence, there is no statistical evidence to show that children of age group 2-17 years will be more vulnerable in the third wave.

Schools have been shut in India since the end of March last year when the COVID-19 pandemic began. While some states started reopening schools for a brief period towards the end of first wave, all schools were shut again when the deadly second wave pandemic broke out.

In other news, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) released the detailed assessment plan for the tabulation of marks for the Class 12 board examination 2021 and stated that the marks scored by students in their Class 10, 11 and 12 would be considered in place of the cancelled Class 12 examination in the ratio of 30%, 30% and 40%. On Friday, the board also released a notification announcing that an IT system is being developed to assist schools in the preparation of Class 12 results.

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