College students appeared for the examination following Covid pointers like sporting masks and sustaining social distancing on the centres. No person was allowed to hold cell phone contained in the examination centre. The scholars underwent thermal scanning earlier than getting into the room.
College and mass training minister Samir Ranjan Dash stated the examination was performed easily. “All security measures had been taken to make sure the protection of kids and examination centres have been requested to comply with the usual working procedures strictly until the top of the examination,” Dash stated.
Because of the surge in Covid circumstances, the state authorities had cancelled the Class X board examinations performed by the Board of Secondary Education (BSE), Odisha, and later gave marks to college students primarily based on an alternate evaluation developed by the board. The outcomes of the Class X board exams had been introduced on June 25. Nonetheless, many college students weren’t proud of the outcomes they acquired and demanded revaluation of marks. The board refused and requested them to look for the offline examination.