Odisha Board declares class 10th results | click to check yours

The official website of the board was also crashed for some time due to high traffic and thus the results were diverted to ‘Indiaresults,’ which is the online partner for result declaration for Board of Secondary Education, Odisha

Arnima Dwivedi

Arnima DwivediBy Arnima Dwivedi

Published on 26 April 2017 8:22 AM GMT

Odisha Board declares class 10th results | click to check yours
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Bhubneshwar: Ending the long wait of students, the Odisha Board declared the examination results of Class 10th before the said time. The result that was scheduled to be announced at 1130 hours was declared at 0930 hours on Wednesday morning.

The official website of the board was also crashed for some time due to high traffic and thus the results were diverted to ‘Indiaresults,’ which is the online partner for result declaration for Board of Secondary Education, Odisha.

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How to check your result:

  • Visit the official website of the board or click here.
  • Click on the ‘results’ option that appears on the page.
  • Enter you roll number and other details if required and check your result.
  • Students are advised to get a print out of their results for the future convenience.

More quick facts:

  • According to the Odisha Board of Secondary education, at least 6,08,659 students wrote the annual class 10th examination at 2938 exam centres this year.
  • This year that 295 nodal centres were identified for safe storage of question papers and of these nodal centres, at least 27 are police stations.
  • In interior areas and Maoist affected areas, where schools equipped with sound infrastructure and proper security are not available, the question papers were stored in the police stations for security reasons.

Arnima Dwivedi

Arnima Dwivedi

A journalist, presently working as a sub-editor with newstrack.com. I love exploring new genres of humans and humanity.

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