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Odisha Matric Exam Results Out: 97.89 percent of students cleared the 10th examination without appearing in the board test

Bhubaneswar:25/6/21: The Board of Secondary Education (BSE) today announced the results of the annual High School Certificate (HSC) Examination-2021.

Odisha School & Mass Education Minister Samir Ranjan Dash declared the results at BSE office in Cuttack.

This year, 97.89 percent of students cleared the 10th examination without appearing in the board test.

A total of 5,62,010 students (Boys- 2,80,352, Girls- 2,81,658) passed the exam successfully out of 5,74,125 examinees. Total 7,703 students failed to score pass marks, informed the Minister after releasing the results.

Total 2,656 students cleared the board exam with Grade A1, 22,131 students with Grade A2, 52,299 students with Grade B1 and 94,475 students cleared the exam with Grade B2 this year.

The number of students who scored above 60% marks is 1,71,561.

This year, a total of 5945 schools have scored 100% and no school scored zero pass percentage.

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