Odisha Class 10 Result 2023 (OUT) BSE Odisha HSC matric results have been published; 96.40% pass, mark sheet link is accessible

Odisha Class 10 Result 2023: To get the online Class 10th result Odisha board 2023, students will require their roll number and date of birth.

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Today, May 18, 2023, the Board of Secondary Education Odisha (BSE Odisha) announced the Odisha 10th result in 2023. Odisha HSC result 2023 is now available for download on the official websites bseodisha.ac.in and orissaresults.nic.in, as is the BSE result link. The roll number and date of birth are required to access the BSE Odisha 10th result 2023. This year’s pass rate is 96.40%.

To pass the Odisha HSC test 2023, students must obtain at least 30 percent in each subject and 33 percent in the aggregate.

The name of the student, date of birth, roll number, name of the school, qualifying status, subjects, subject-wise marks received, total marks, result name, board name, and grades will be included in the online 10th result Odisha Board 2023. Students who are dissatisfied with their Class 10 results can request that they be revalued.

Furthermore, students who fail one or two subjects in the class ten board examinations can apply for the Odisha 10th supplemental test in 2023. When applying for the additional test, students must pay the appropriate cost.

Odisha 10th result 2023: How to check?

  • Visit the webpage at bseodisha.ac.in.
  • Click the Class 10 result 2023 link on the homepage.
  • Enter your credentials in the provided field and press the ‘Submit’ button.
  • On the screen, the Odisha Class 10 board exam result 2023 pdf will be shown.
  • Take a printout of the result page for future reference.

Students from Odisha’s Class 10 who did not take the test will be given the opportunity to retake it.

Odisha’s school and public education minister, SR Dash, declared that a supplemental examination will be given in due course, and pupils who failed the current matriculation exam will be able to retake it.

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