CHSE result 2015: 76.75 per cent students clear plus two examinations in Odisha, check

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Updated: June 1, 2015 3:42:35 PM

CHSE result 2015: Class 12 results 2015 declared today i.e. June 1, 2015 on official website

CHSE Results 2015CHSE result 2015: Class 12 results 2015 were declared today i.e. June 1, 2015 on official website

CHSE result 2015: A total 76.75 per cent of students successfully cleared this year’s plus two examinations in Odisha, results of which were announced on Monday morning on

Of the total 2.3 lakh candidates who appeared the examination in arts, 1.75 lakh have successfully cleared it recording a pass percentage of 76.31, Higher Education Minister Pradeep Panigrahi said.

As many as 75,434 out of 93,920 examinees have passed in science, while 22,391 students out of 32, 226 in commerce cleared the examination recording a per centage of 80.31 per cent and 69.48 per cent respectively.

Here is how to check CHSE results 2015:

1) Visit
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Students are advised to save a copy of their CHSE results 2015 for future use.

Students can also apply for re-addition of marks in CHSE results 2015. To know the procedure, click here.

While Nayagrah district has topped in arts stream with a pass rate of 87.92 per cent, tribal dominated Rayagada district recorded lowest rate of 61.08 per cent. Balasore scored highest pass rate of 92.60 per cent in science and Jharsuguda has lowest rate of 57.96 per cent.

Highest 85.05 per cent students have cleared the examination in commerce in Phulbani district while Deogarh performed a dismal show with only 32.78 per cent.

The male and female percentage in Arts is 70.16 and 81.49 while in Science and Commerce, the ratio is 78.51 and 83.23 and 66.80 and 75.76 respectively.

For more, check Results 2015

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