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Annual HSC examination will be held from 20 February 2024 to 4 March 2024

Cuttack: 27/7/23:The Board of Secondary Education (BSE), Odisha on Thursday announced the dates of the annual Matriculation examination for the 2023-24 academic session.

The Annual High School Certificate, Madhyama and State Open School Certificate Examination for 2024 will be simultaneously conducted from 20 February 2024 to 4 March 2024.

The detailed programme of the examination will be notified later while the filling up of forms for appearing in the examination will be taken up during October, 2023, the notification read.

The evaluation of answer sheets will be conducted from March 12 for a period of at least 12 days.

The BSE declared the date for the Half Yearly Examination of Class 10 and Madhyama. As per the notification, the Class 10 Half Yearly Exam will be conducted from September 13 to 16, 2023.

The questions for the Half Yearly Examination will be prepared by the BSE. The question papers will be delivered to District Education Officers (DEOs) by September 6, 2023.

The Half Yearly Exam will be conducted under the supervision of DEOs and evaluation will be made by the concerned schools.

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