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Odisha CHSE results: Class 12th Science & Commerce results shortly, check @ orissaresults.nic.in, chseodisha.nic.in

The class 12th students of Odisha board can check their results & mark sheets of Science & Commerce subjects by entering their roll number & registration number on the official website.

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New Delhi: For Science and Commerce students of Odisha Board, the wait is over as results are set to be declared today. The Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) will declare results for Plus 2 Science & Commerce streams today at 4 PM. However, those studying in Arts stream will have to wait more for a week or so.

Once the results for Science & Commerce stream are announced, students can check the results on the official website orissaresults.nic.in and chseodisha.nic.in.

Earlier, the Odisha’s School and Mass Education Minister Samir Ranjan Dash told the media, “The results of class 12 board examination for science and commerce streams will be declared at the office of the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) in Bhubaneswar.”

CHSE Odisha board Class 12 results: How to check here

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The class 12th students of Odisha board can check their results & mark sheets of Science & Commerce subjects by entering their roll number & registration number on the official website.

Step 1 – Visit orissaresults.nic.in or chseodisha.nic.in.

Step 2 – Check & click ‘HS Science and Commerce results in 2022’ link on the official page
Step 3 – Enter your login details here to land on the results page
Step 4 – After entering details, the results will appear on the screen.
Step 5 – Download the hard copy of results for future reference.

Required pass percentage:

A total of 3.22 lakh students had appeared for the Odisha Class 12 board examinations, which were held on April 28 this year.

For passing the examinations, students will be required to secure a minimum of 33% marks in every subject. Those who can’t get even this much marks will be declared ‘failed’ and will have to appear in the Supplementary examinations.

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