Odisha 10th Result 2022: Website to Download Marksheet, How Much Marks Needed to Pass?

The Board of Secondary Education (BSE), Odisha has declare the Odisha Board Class 10 Result 2022. Odisha Education Minister announced BSE Odisha 10th results. Overall, 90.55 per cent of students who took the exams have managed to clear the exams. The number of students who could not clear the SE Odisha 10th results is over 8000.

The result is now public, students can access them online at the official websites, bseodisha.ac.in and orissaresults.nic.in.

More than 5 lakh students are anticipating the announcement of the BSE Odisha 10th Results. To check your catch LIVE Updates for Odisha 10th Results 2022 click here. The results will, however, not have the merit list considering this year too BSE Odisha has referred to an alternative mode of assessment which includes assessment 1, assessment 2, and internal assessment as its basic components.

BSE Odisha 10th Result 2022: Passing Marks

As per the board, the passing percentage for the Class 10 BSE Odisha exams is 30 per cent for each subject. In the BSE Odisha result 2022, candidates who obtain less than 30 per cent of the marks will be deemed unsuccessful. In 2021, a total of 5,74,125 students registered to take the board test. Of which 2,81,658 of them were girls and 2,80,352 of whom were boys. In total, 97.89 per cent of students passed the exam, according to the board. This was the highest pass percentage for BSE Odisha so far.

Year     Pass Percentage

2021        97.89

2020        78.76

2019        70.78

2018        92.47

2017          93

BSE Odisha 10th Results 2022: Websites to Check

Students will have to download their own mark sheets online. While the result will be announced at 1 PM. The link to check marks will be available at these websites –

— bseodisha.nic.in

— bseodisha.ac.in

— odisharesult.nic.in

— digilocker.gov.in

his year all students took the BSE Odisha Class 10th Exams 2022 in offline mode from April 29 to May 7, 2022. Odisha Matric Results 2022 evaluation process began later than usual this time, which caused a delay in the result declaration procedure. Due of the COVID pandemic, the board exam was postponed last year. As a result, students were graded on their assignments and performances from previous years.

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