With the CISCE and the Madhya Pradesh already declaring their results, the next in line is the CHSE (Council of Higher Secondary Education).
In the Plus II science results declared by the CHSE, as many as 80.80% students cleared the exam. The examination is directed by Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) which quit naming the toppers in 2013.
The pass rate of 88.80 this year is much higher than the 80.31% in 2015, 70.13% in 2014, 72.07% in 2013 and 72.53% in 2012. A total of 84,154 students took the yearly examination in March. The figure is lower than 94,952 students who showed up the exam in the science stream in 2015. This year, 67,997 students passed the examination.
As usually is the trend across the country, girls fared superior to the boys as far as the pass rate goes. While 82.74% girls cleared the test, the pass rate among boys was lower at 79.58%.
All out 43 students - 25 boys and 18 girls - secured 90% or above. Upwards of 1,041 students scored 80% or more.
Jharsuguda was the lowest performing region with a pass rate of 53.87, which was more regrettable than its 2015 rate of 57.96%. Five schools recorded nil results.
The state Minister said the administration will survey the nil result in the five universities and make suitable move against them.
CHSE executive Basudeb Chhatoi said students can apply online for re-evaluation inside a period of 15 days. The committee will endeavor to finish the re-expansion as right on time as could be allowed, he said.