Odisha Class 10 results likely to be declared on 21 or 22 May, clarifies board

Industry:
BSE Odisha Class 10th (Matric) Exam Result 2019: The Board of Secondary Education (BSE) Odisha will not declare the Class 10 board exam 2019 results today (Monday, 20 May). The state board is likely to announce the results of Class 10 or High School Certificate examination either on 21 or 22 May.

Speaking to The Hindustan Times, BSE president Jahan Ara Begum said the board will hold a press meet on 20 May to announce the date of result. "Most likely it will be announced either on May 21 or 22,” she said, adding that results were delayed due to delay in power restoration following massive damages caused by Cyclone Fani.

There was some confusion about the result dates as several reports had earlier said that the results would be announced 20 May, but later the board clarified that they would announce the date at a press meet on Monday.

Earlier, the board delayed the Class 10 results due to the disruption caused in Odisha by the onslaught of Cyclone Fani, which made landfall in Puri district on 3 May.

Once declared, the results will be available on their official website bseodisha.ac.in and orissaresults.nic.in. Students can also check indiaresults.com and examresults.net for their scores.

The Odisha BSE had released the 2018 result on 7 May.

How to check BSE Class 10 result 2019:

Step 1: Visit the official website: orissaresults.nic.in and bseodisha.ac.in

Step 2: Click on the URL for BSE Class 10th Results 2019

Step 3: Enter your name and registration number and click on the ‘Submit’ button

Step 4: Your results will be displayed on the page.

Step 5: Download the result from a relevant URL and take a printout of it for future reference.

In 2018, the overall pass percentage stood at 76.23%. The highest pass percentage of 88.25% was recorded in Baleswar district of Odisha. The board of Secondary Education, Odisha was formed under the Odisha Education Act 1953. It controls and upholds all the secondary education related affairs in the state.

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