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Odisha Matric Results 2019: Jharsuguda Excels, Koraput Disappoints, Nil Results In 82 Schools Across State


21 May 2019

Bikash Sharma


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Cuttack: All eyes are set on the Odisha Matric Exam results that were declared today morning by the Board of Secondary Education (BSE). While 82 schools across the state  have scored nil results, 289 schools registered cent percent results in the board exam. 

Strict action will be taken against the teachers of the schools were students have performed extremely poorly. The teachers will also undergo training under the Government's 'UTKARSH' program.

Jharsuguda recorded the highest pass percentage of 85.48 % followed by Balasore (85.21 %) and Nabarangpur (81.80 %). Koraput recorded the lowest pass percentage of 50.61 %. 

Of the 3,97,125 students who passed the exam, girls (2,05,470 ) have outperformed boys (1,91,655). The pass rate for regular students stands at 71.35 % and 37.43% for ex-regular students.The grade breakup of the students that have passed: A1- 1181, A2- 9938, B1- 24991, B2- 46319, C- 76319, D-116262, E-122062, F-163954.  14.69% have scored above 60 per cent marks and only 0.21% have scored above 90 per cent.

As 1,63,954 students have failed, the Supplementary exams will be held in the end of June month to ensure that students can take admission in colleges at the right time. Meanwhile, students can apply for rechecking of papers in online mode for 10 days from May 24 onwards.

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Pradipta Mohapatra, Secretary, School and Mass Education Department