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    Intermediate Public Examinations will start from March 2.

    Higher Secondary Education Council declared the date of +2 examination in Odisha. According to the notification the public examination will start from Date: 02 March 2012 on wards. The theory examinations will be conducted from date: 02 March 2012 to date: 24 March 2012 and the practical examinations will be conducted from March 24 to April 2. All the examinations will be conducted in two sessions, in morning session Science stream and afternoon session Commerce and Arts examinations will be conducted.
  • #1234
    Thanks for sharing the info Vicky. generally this is the time they select for conducting this plus two examination. I wish to all the appearing candidates of 2012 appearing students for their board exams.
    There is nothing you cannot achieve,
    you can achieve whatever you can dream of.

  • #1235
    @Vicky and Ataul,
    Yes, CHSE Exam for 2012 in Odisha is going to start from 2nd March 2012. I have also submitted one article one it. You can check it at CHSE Annual Examination 2012 Time Table for Odisha.

    Bhisma Narayan Rout

  • #1260
    Dear Friends,

    The came to know that the Board exams for Plus two students is going to start on March 2nd 2012 in Odisha. This Exam is most important in the Student life and this exam will make a turning point in their life. The students will go for higher studies based on this mark only. So this exam takes more important than other exams. The students should make more concentration in their study during the forthcoming three months. They should put a time table for the study for the three months by equally dividing the time period for all the subjects.

    The students also should decide about the next step in their life by deciding the course and degree in the College.

    With regards,

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