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i)Normally two examinations are conducted by the College in one academic session.
(ii) The exact date, programme, duration, number of papers etc. will be notified sufficiently before the commencement of the exams.
         (iii) The students resorting to malpractice, misbehavior will be seriously dealt  with and will run the risk of being expelled from the College on the grounds of misconduct.
(iv) No student shall be allowed into the examination hall without the renewed Identity Card.
(v)     Willful absence from the examination shall make a student liable for fine or detention.


The C.H.S.E, Orissa, Bhubaneswar conducts an Annual Examination every year in the month of March( Lethe first Monday of March).

30% in theory and 40% in practical are the pass marks. However, for aggregate
35% is necessary. For 1st division 60%, 2nd division 50% and 3rd division 35%marks are necessary.

There is no Second or Supplementary Examination in +2 stream.

However, if a candidate fails in a single subject but has secured pass marks in aggregate, he/she can appear the INSTANT Examination conducted by the CHSE within a short period.

v) If a candidate fails in one or more subjects in the Higher Secondary Examination but secures pass marks in the aggregate he/she can appear Compartmentally in the failed subjects in the next two consecutive ANNUAL Examinations in which he originally failed and earned the eligibility of Compartmental appearance.
i) That he shall have to clear all the failed subjects at a time and
ii) That he shall not be placed in any division.

vi) In order to be sent up for the Higher Secondary Examination, every student must
a) Prove himself/ herself to be of good conduct.
b) Prove himself/herself to have studied diligently.
c) Pass the College Test Examination.
d) A candidate shall be required to attend 75% of the lectures tutorials and practical classes taken separately in each subject during the year and condonation may be granted only to the extent of 15% in exceptional cases. Provided that tIle Council may grant condonation of shortage in attendance to the extent of 5% when candidates represent the Institution for specific purpose to be recorded in writing.