BSE Odisha 10th Special Exam 2021 Dates Announced: As per the latest update, the Board of Secondary Education, Odisha i.e. BSE Odisha has formally notifed that the Odisha Matric Special Exam 2021 for Class 10 students would be held from 30th June 2021 onwards. The Board noted that students who are currently unsatisfied with the marks allotted to them as per the alternative evaluation criteria can apply and appear for the Special Exam. The news about Odisha Class 10 Special Exam 2021’s date being announced has been extensively covered by local media agencies. Soon, the board is expected to release an official notification providing all the necessary details about the same. Like all other important circulars and notices, the notification about BSE Odisha 10th Special Exam 2021 will also be released on the website of the board i.e. bseodisha.ac.in.
BSE Odisha Matric Special Exam 2021 Dates Announced https://t.co/o5ctCEa8zp— Education Reporter (@EducationRepor2) July 2, 2021
Application Process to Begin from 5th July
According to the details shared by the Board, the application process for Odisha Matric Special Exam 2021 will begin from 5th July 2021 – Monday onwards. The state board also announced that students will not be required to pay any additional fee or examination charge to apply and appear for the examination. Therefore, students simply need to complete the registration and application process in order to appear of the Odisha Class 10 Special Exam 2021.
97% Students Passed in HSC Result
Earlier in June, the BSE Odisha declared the Odisha HSC Result 2021 for Class 10 students as per the alternative evaluation criteria finalized by the state government. As the Odisha 10th Class Results were based on internal assessment formula, the overall pass percentage in Matric Exam was reported at an all-time high of 97%. However, despite this, the state board plans to hold special exam to give another chance to students who might not be satisfied with the Odisha HSC Result 2021 declared for them. With special exam dates finalized, BSE Odisha President, Ramashis Hazra has said that the board will not be re-evaluating the marks, but students dissatisfied can sit for the offline exams.