Odisha Plus Two Result 2021: As per the latest updates, the Odisha Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) has decided to set up a standard operating procedure (SOP) for schools and colleges to submit practical marks of students. The Odisha Plus II board exams were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, the schools are required to submit the practical marks online. the instructions on how to submit the marks are available at chseodisha.nic.in.
The last date for submitting the practical records was 7th July 2021, however, if any student stays in a containment zone the rules can be relaxed. Or if any student is COVID positive or his family members are COVID positive, the rules will be relaxed accordingly. The students in that case will be given relaxation time by the schools for submission of the practical records to the authorities.
Odisha Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)
The SOP intends to issue admit cards for the cancelled examination. As per the notification, examinees for practical subjects which have no provision for practical records will be asked to come up with audio or video clips of around three to five minutes. The video clips which will be directed by the subject teachers will be submitted by the students via WhatsApp to the respective subject teacher.
The notification highlighted that while awarding marks in the practical papers, the clipping submitted by the students will be taken into consideration instead of practical records. All the compiled clippings will be kept in soft copy for future reference. While collecting this year’s admit cards and submitting the practical reports, ex-regular examinees should be submitting last year’s original and xerox copies of failed mark sheet. Copies of previous admit cards that are available to them should also be submitted.
Collecting Marks from Schools in Odisha
A Standard Operating Procedure for collecting marks from schools and colleges was set by CHSE on 22nd June 2021. The SOP intended to collect practical projects from Plus 2 students. CHSE Controller of Examinations had written a letter specifying the need to avoid physical mode to collect practical data due to the ongoing scenario due to the COVID-19 pandemic.