Bhubaneswar: The Board of Secondary Education (BSE) of Odisha released the admit cards for students, who will appear Matric Exam 2022 (Summative Assessment-II), today.
Reportedly, the admit cards were made available to download from the official website www.bseodisha.ac.in. from 10 am onwards.
The admit cards for the State Open School Certificate Examination (SOSC), 2022 will also be made available to students today on the official website of the board.
The educational institutions can download the admit cards and issue them to their respective students for HSC and SOSC Examination by logging in with their school code and password.
Notably, the admit cards need to be signed by the Head of the concerned educational institutions prior to the examination.
It is pertinent to mention that the exams will be conducted from April 29, 2022 till May 7, 2022. The students will appear the Summative Assessment 2 (SA-2) in their own schools. In case the SA-2 cannot be conducted in the student’s own school, the exam will be conducted in a nearby school so that the students do not waste time or face any inconvenience.
The BSE officials informed that the first sitting of the exam will begin at 8 AM and the second sitting from 11 AM. However, there will not be a second sitting for the High School Course.
While the Madhayama 2nd sitting will be for 2 exam days, the SOSC 2nd sitting will be for 3 exam days (HS (theory & Practical) & PT (Theory).
Here is Odisha HSC exam schedule:
- 4.2022: English (Second Language), 8 AM-10 AM
- 5.2022: TLV Practical, 8 AM-9.30 AM
- 5.2022: Mathematics, 8 AM-10.15 AM
- 5.2022: Science, 8 AM-10 AM
- 5.2022: Fist Language (FLO, FLB, FLH, FLU, FLT)/ FLE (Alternative English), 8 AM-10 AM
- 5.2022: Third Language, 8 AM-10.10 AM/ TLV (Theory), 8 AM-10 AM
- 5.2022: Social Science, 8 AM-10 AM
The results for the Summative Assessment-2 exam will be published based on three-tier evaluation criteria fixed by the Board of Secondary Education (BSE), Odisha. The highest score secured by a student in any one of the three methods will be taken as the final mark.
- The weightage of Summative Assessment 1 and Internal Assessment will be doubled
- The weightage of Summative Assessment 2 will be doubled
- 20% of Internal Assessment, 30% of SA-1, 50% of SA-2