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CHSE extended deadline for the form fill-up process for Annual Higher Secondary Examination 2021

Bhubaneswar:8/3/2021: In order to ensure that no Plus II second-year student fails to fill-up form for the Annual Higher Secondary Examination 2021, the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) today extended deadline for the form fill-up process.

The council in a notification stated the dates for filling-up of forms for regular, ex-regular and correspondence course students of Arts, Commerce, Science and Vocational streams for the higher secondary examination 2021 has been extended. But the students, who failed to fill up the forms by the last date fixed earlier, will have to pay a fine of Rs 350.

As per the notification, the last date for filling up forms has been extended to March 9, 2021. Students will have to deposit fees with fine of Rs 350 by March 10, 2021.

Last date for submission of Annexure-II and SB collect e-receipt has been extended to March 17, 2021 from March 9, 2021, the notification mentioned.

The Council further clarified that no further request for extension of form fill-up dates will be entertained under any circumstances.

Earlier, the council directed the Principals of Higher Secondary schools to complete the form fill-up process by March 3, 2021.

The annual Plus II examinations for Arts, Science and Commerce streams are scheduled to begin from May 18, 2021 and continue till June 12, 2021. For vocational courses the examination will be held from May 28, 2021.

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