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15k students skipped the class 9 exam in Odisha


The most shocking figure of class 9 students skipping the examination amid the absenteeism of a large number of class 10 students in the summative assessment 2 examination has become a matter of concern. The worrying fact came to the light after the Board Of Secondary Education announced the result of the examination on Tuesday, 17th May 2022
According to the BSE data, 5,66,269 HSC students have enrolled out of which 14935 students have not appeared for the examination. Similarly, 3399 students had enrolled for the Madhyama class 9 examination out of which only 3270 had appeared and 129 students were absent. All the students who have appeared in the class 9 examination will be promoted to class 10. However 30,138 students in Grade F (II) have to improve upon their performance in improvement tests to be conducted by the concerned schools. Grade F (I) students have been declared passed on consideration because they fulfill some minimum criteria as regards to aggregate and individual subject marks.
Grade F (II) The students will be given three chances to acquire passing marks (30%) in each failed subject. The students will be provided the remedial teachings by school, till May 31, 2022 and conduct improvement tests on June 1, June 8 and June 16. As informed by the BSE, students not qualifying at first Improvement test, can appear second Improvement Test after being given remedial teachings for seven days in between. If students could not pass in second attempt can still appear in the third improvement test. Schools will prepare question paper for 20 marks and students will be given of minutes for the test.

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