Irregularity reported in Plus two exam in Odisha

Plus two exams

The plus two examinations in Odisha conducted by Council of Higher Secondary Education, Odisha started on 6th of March 2017 and exactly a week from the commencement, the board has to face some serious irregularities. As per the reports, the Plus Two examination in Odisha was halted in more than 10 centers of Odisha Board because of the disbursal of wrong question papers.

As per the statement of Biranchi Narayan Mishra, CHSE exam controller, similar irregularity has been reported in 6-7 more colleges.  We have requested the concerned colleges to send back the question papers., he added further. The CHSE, Odisha Examination Committee called up an emergency meeting today late evening in which the reason of the disaster and the further course of operation is to be discussed.

The Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) exams controller questioned the integrity of the colleges and commented, Seal of question papers was supposed to be opened at 9.30 am, but why center authorities were silent till 11 am?

The students of plus two under the CHSE were all set to write the examination of Mathematics yesterday, however, at the BJB College, Gadarodabga, the students received Chemistry paper instead.

The same situation was witnessed in 10 more colleges where students were found blank and surprised to receive the question paper of a different subject (Chemistry).

More than 3.8 lakh students are appearing for the CHSE board examination 2017 in Odisha under Art, Commerce & Science categories out of which 90.990 students are from Science category. The total number of examination centers in the state is 1106.

The Plus Two is now separated from the Higher Education in Odisha and now are being conducted by the School and Mass Education department.

To make the examination successful the CHSE has put its best foot forward. Aligned to the same, the department has issued a 24 hours helpline number for students and parents 0674-2303803. Despite such great arrangement, a big blunder was reported here on Tuesday.

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