BSE Odisha Class 10th Result 2022 Declared : Overall Result 90.55%, Result At

The Board of secondary Education, Odisha has declared Class 10th Board examination results today, i.e. on July 6. The results were officially announced by State Education Minister Samir Ranjan Dash at 1 pm.

Students who appeared in Odisha Board Class 10th exam 2022 may check their scorecard from Odisha Board’s official website and

BSE Odisha Class 10th Result 2022 Declared

Here Is How To Download The Score Card: Odisha 10th Exam

Students are advised to follow these steps to download their scorecard.

  • Visit the official website:
  • Click on the link “BSE Odisha 10th result”
  • Enter your login credentials such as Roll Number and Date of Birth Then press the submit button.
  • Now your scorecard will be visible on the screen.
  • From here you may download the scorecard and take a print out for future reference.

BSE Odisha 10th Result 2022

This year the overall result was so good. As per the Odisha Board, of the total, as many as 90.55% of students have passed the class 10th board examination. The results indicate that this time too girls have outshined the boys. The passing percentage of girls has been recorded at 92.37% while the percentage of boys has been 88.77%.

Odisha Class 10 Grade-wise result

A1 grade-8,119 students
A2 grade-54,889 students
B1 grade- 1, 20,312 students
B2 grade- 1,42,599 students

CM Naveen Patnaik Congratulated The Students

The Chief Minister of Odisha Mr Naveen Patnaik Congratulated all the students who successfully passed the Odisha Board Class 10th examination 2022. In his tweet he said, “Congratulations to all the students who passed the 10th class board exams. The efforts of all the students who took the exam are commendable. Continue to work hard with confidence, always wanting to move forward, regardless of student marks that have not had unexpected results.”

The Class 10th examination was conducted by Odisha Board from April 29 to May 7, 2022 in the state. The exam was conducted across the state at various exam centres in offline mode. The Board of Secondary Education Odisha while conducting the exam took all necessary precautions for COVID19 that was issued by the state and central governments.

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