To Check 10th Result: Click Here
The Board of Secondary Education, Odisha declared the Odisha class 10th results today at 11 AM. Speaking to FastResult, an official from the board said, “The results of the 10th Class examination will be declared tomorrow through a press conference at 11 AM”. The students who are appeared 10th Class examination can check their results at the FastResult website and Mobile Application.
This year, a total of 5.23 lac students appeared in the class 10th examination that was conducted from February 23 to March 8, 2019. Last year, the pass percentage for Odisha class 10th examination was 76.23%. For open school students, the pass percentage was 41.93. A total of 36 schools had recorded zero results.
How To Check Odisha Class 10th Result 2019?
The Odisha board has conducted the examinations in the month of March. Now, its time to check the result. So, to get your Odisha Class 10th Result 2019 students are advised to follow the steps provided below.
- Visit the FastResult website and Mobile App.
- After that, click the web link of 10th Result
- Now the students search the Odisha Board from the search bar menu
- Then, click the Check Result Now.
- Fill the Required Details
- Now your Odisha Class 10th Result 2019 will be displayed on the screen.
- Download the result for further uses
Details On Odisha Class 10th Result 2019
Here in this Section, you will come across all the details mentioned in your upcoming result. So, have a look at the details provided below.
- Student’s Name
- Registration Number
- Roll Number
- Board Name
- Name of the Subjects
- Name of the Examination
- Marks Obtained
- Total Marks
- Status of the result- Pass/ Fail
The district with the highest pass percentage was Baleswar, which registered a pass percentage of 88.25. A total of 1,715 students got grade A1, 15,689 had secured A2, 39,252 obtained B1 and B2 has been received by a total of 68,009 students.
About BSE Odisha
The Board of Secondary Education was founded in the year 1953 through a state Assembly Act i.e. ‘Odisha Secondary Education Act, 1953.’ Its duties and jurisdiction involve the development of curriculum, supervision in the implementation of state academic policies and conducting exams for the purpose of evaluating the students at the higher secondary level.