Panel submits Report to Govt on +2 Exam Reforms

Bhubaneswar, Nov 20: The fact finding committee set up by the Odisha government to recommend for reforms in the functioning of the CHSE, examination and evaluation process to improve the exam system, submitted its report to Higher Education Minister Pradip Panigrahi on Wednesday.

The panel is believed to have suggested several measures to be taken by the government to improve the CHSE examination system in the state.

"In the interim report the committee suggested for reforms in courses of studies, exam pattern, evaluation process and acts and regulations," said Amulya Kumar Panda, chairman of the committee.

The panel also mentioned about the reasons that led to irregularities in the CHSE exams in 2014.

Major reforms would likely to be made for the +2 exams that would be held between March 2 and 24 to make it irregularities free and the students performances would be judged in a perfect way.

Dead crows spark scare in Jagatsinghpur again

Jagatsinghpur: Panic again gripped residents of Jagatsinghpur district after crows were found dead in Alipingal area today.A team of Animal Husbandry ...

Crime Branch SIT starts probe into parcel bomb explosion case

Bhubaneswar: A day after Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik ordered a Crime Branch probe into the Patnagarh parcel bomb explosion in which a techie and his...

Cong, BJP continue protest tomato distress sale, House adjourned till 3 pm

Bhubaneswar: The Odisha Legislative Assembly was adjourned again till 3 pm on the 4th day of the ongoing Budget Session on Friday as Opposition Congre...

Odisha Asha workers to get Rs 2,000 assured remuneration

Bhubaneswar: The Odisha government on Thursday announced an assured monthly remuneration of Rs 2,000 for Asha workers in the state.More than 47,000 As...