BSE Odisha fixes modalities for awarding marks to class 10 college students

BSE Odisha fixes modalities for awarding marks to class 10 students - Times of India

BHUBANESWAR: The Board of Secondary Schooling (BSE), Odisha has fastened modalities to award marks for Class 10 examinations, cancelled because of the prevailing Covid-19 pandemic.

The Annual Excessive College Certificates (HSC), Madhyama and State Open College Certificates examinations which have been scheduled to be held from Could 3, this yr, have been cancelled because of Covid-19.

The marks for College Common (SR) and Quasi Common (QR) college students might be given based mostly on their performances at half-yearly and annual examinations of Class 9 and second, third and fourth follow exams of Class 10, the Board mentioned in a notification on Friday.

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The Board will think about the 2 highest marks in every topic from the three follow exams carried out in Class 10. College sensible benefit listing shall be ready after giving applicable weightage to marks secured and uploaded in above examinations.

As per the notification, 40 per cent weightage might be given to highest marks secured in Class 9 examinations in every topic, whereas 60 per cent weightage might be given to Class 10 efficiency. Two highest marks in all topics out of three follow exams carried out in Class 10 might be given weightage of 30 per cent every.

In case a candidate has not appeared in any of the follow exams of Class 10 examination, the Board has determined to award 100 per cent weightage to the mark secured in Class 9 examination (each half-yearly and annual) and topic sensible highest marks might be considered.

Equally, if a candidate has appeared in just one follow check, then 70 per cent weightage might be given within the mark secured in Class 9 examinations (half-yearly and annual).

Furthermore, the BSE has determined to analyse outcomes of HSC examination of the final 4 years (2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020) of the faculties and based mostly on the perfect efficiency of the college within the final 4 years, marks shall be allotted to every candidate in a graded method.

A complete of two,766 faculties have been chosen as mentor faculties to which some close by faculties have been hooked up. Headmaster of mentor faculty will add the marks of particular person faculties hooked up to it with the help headmaster/ faculty lecturers of hooked up faculties.

The results of College Ex-Common (ER) and Correspondence Course Ex-Common (CE) college students might be determined based mostly on their performances of previous exams. The candidates having no mark in any respect in any previous examinations should seem within the offline examination when it is going to be held, the Board mentioned.

Equally, the Correspondence Course Common (CR) college students should seem in offline check as there isn’t any various technique.

The common college students of State Open College Certificates Examination may also have to look for an offline check in coming days whereas the results of ex-regular college students might be determined based mostly on previous performances.

Madhyama Examination outcomes may also be printed analyzing the efficiency of the scholars in Class 9 and 10 exams whereas the identical technique like HSC ex-regular might be adopted for the Madhyama ex-regular college students. The board has set a tentative goal to publish the results of all exams on June 30.

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