The Orissa Matric (10th) result 2014 has been declared and for any result related information students can visit the official website of the board or can get in touch with the brochure. There were approximately 2,90,000 students who had appeared for these examinations. The board has left no stone unturned to provide the best quality education to the students. There were about 5000 students who had appeared for Sanskrit stream examination, 50,000 for regular and ex-regular stream.
Result updates can be checked on https://www.jagranjosh.com/results/2014-odisha-10th-52003
Adding on the marking system of these examinations i.e. 10th and 12th have been changed as the board has switched to the grading system. The division of grading system is mentioned on the official website. Those students with below 33 percent (000 to 197 marks) will be awarded F Unsatisfactory and are supposed to appear for the examinations again. As far as the results of the examinations are concerned they were declared after 10 AM. Students are also provided with the opportunity of obtaining results via SMS or e-mail address. All they need to do is register their e-mail address and contact number to receive constant notifications and updates. The examinations of these were held in the month of March.
As now the results have been announced, students can now passively decide about their future prospects. They might have a fair idea of the colleges and institutions they wish to get in. Based on their score, the candidates who have managed to pass the examinations will be allotted reputed institutions.
All such examinations play a very important role in the life of a student. This is because immediately after these examinations students are provided with choices about their career future prospects. In the long the examinations marks prove to be useful be it for post graduate examinations or higher studies.
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