BSE Odisha HSC & SIOS Board Exam 2018 Admit Card Released at bseodisha.ac.in, Download Now!

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BSE Odisha HSC & SIOS Board Exam 2018 Admit Cards have been released by the Board of Secondary Education (BSE), Odisha on its official website. BSE Odisha has hosted the admit cards on third party website.

BSE Odisha HSC & SIOS Board Exam 2018 Admit Cards have been released by the Board of Secondary Education (BSE), Odisha on its official website – bseodisha.ac.in. BSE Odisha has hosted the admit cards on third party website – indiaresults.com. The Admit Card / Hall Tickets for students gearing up to appear for Annual High School Certificate Examination and State Open School Certificate Examination 2018 (1st) later this month can be downloaded by following the instructions given below:

How to download BSE Odisha HSC & SIOS Board Exam 2018 Admit Cards?

Step 1 – Visit the official website - http://www.bseodisha.ac.in/

Step 2 – Click on the following urls:

2018-02-08Download the Admit card of SIOS Examination, 2018(Ist)

2018-02-08Download the Admit card of Annual HSC Examination, 2018

Step 3 – Enter School Code, Password and Login

Step 4 – Download the Admit Card and take a Printout for further reference

The Board of Secondary Education, Odisha is scheduled to commence the Annual HSC theory exams on 23rd February 2018 across the state of Odisha. The examinations are scheduled to be conducted from 9am to 11:30am. Students get 15 minutes extra for the Math examination. The practical exams for vocational courses are scheduled to commence on 12th February 2018 and conclude on 17th February 2018.

Odisha HSC Exam 2018 – Division Criteria

Students scoring minimum 30% marks in each subject or minimum 33% marks in group of subjects are declared ‘Passed’ by BSE, Odisha. The division criteria followed by the board is as under:

60%< - First Division

45% to <60% - Second Division

33% to <45% - Third Division

Passed or Compartmentally Passed

Students who fail to score minimum pass marks in one or more subjects but manage to score an aggregate of 250 marks or more are eligible to re-appear in the failed subject(s) exam up to a maximum three attempts consecutively after the fail year and are declared compartmentally passed by the Odisha Education Board.