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CHSE declared the results of Plus II Arts Examination-2020

Bhubaneswar:5/9/20: The Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) Odisha declared the results of Plus II Arts Examination-2020 today through video conferring.

A total of 67.56% of students passed the exams.

Around 2, 19, 716 students had appeared the Plus II arts examination this year (2019-20) of which 1, 48, 452 students have passed.

Candidates can check their scores by visiting orissaresults.nic.in and chseodisha.nic.in.

Here’s how to check scores:

1) Log on to official websites- orissaresults.nic.in/ chseodisha.nic.in

2) Click on the result link, you will be redirected to another page
3) Enter your roll number and registration number

4) Click submit and get your scores

5) Take a print out

While a student who had managed to appear in four papers, his average was calculated as per the top two scores.

CHSE officials had earlier said that students, who are unhappy with their marks, can appear for improvement examination once the COVID-19 crisis subsides.

Earlier, the Plus 2 Science results were declared on August 12 while the Commerce results were announced on August 19.

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