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Board of Secondary Education (BSE), Odisha has cancelled the HSC (class 10) exam 2021 due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The revised dates for the Odisha HSC class 12 exam will be issued later.
Odisha Class 10 Exam 2021 (Cancelled)
Odisha class 10 exam 2021 have been cancelled due to the second wave of COVID-19.
Odisha HSC (Class 10) Revised Exam Pattern 2021
The exam pattern for Odisha HSC (class 10) exam 2021 has been revised. Odisha Education Minister SR Dash confirmed the same stating that students will have to answer questions for 80 marks in each paper instead of 100 marks. 50 of that 80 marks will comprise objective questions in OMR (optical mark recognition) format and the remaining 30 marks will be subjective.
Odisha HSC Admit Card 2021
BSE will release the Odisha HSC admit cards 2021 on the official website. The admit card can be downloaded by entering the school code and password.Direct link to download the Odisha HSC Admit Card 2021 will be made available here.
Steps to Download Odisha HSC Admit Card 2021
To download Odisha HSC admit card 2021, candidates need to follow the steps given below
- Go to the official site of BSE Odisha
- Click on the Admit Card notification on the homepage
- Student will be redirected to a new webpage
- Enter the school code, password to login
- After logging in, click on Download admit card
- Take a print out of the admit card for future reference
Odisha HSC Exam Date Sheet 2021
The Odisha HSC Exam 2021 will begin on 3rd May 2021. The detailed Odisha HSC exam date sheet 2021 will be updated here soon.
Name of the Exam
Date of the Exam
First Language- Odia
Second Language- English
Also Read:CBSE Exam Date Sheet 2021 Released
The exam will be conducted by the board from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM. 15 minutes will also be granted to the candidates to read the question paper before they start compiling the answers. An additional 15 minute time will be allotted to answer the mathematics paper, Controller of the Examination Nihar Ranjan Mohanty informed the same. Also, this year there will be no multiple choice answer questions. Questions like Fill in the blanks, Column Matching, One Word Answer, and True/False will be asked in the place of MCQ.