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Plus Two Results out, Total Pass percentage 76.31

Bhubaneswar, June 01: The results of plus two examination conducted by Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) for arts, science and commerce streams were out today with the pass percentage of 76.31% in Odisha.

Higher education minister Pradip Panigrahi announced the results at the state secretariat here at around 10.05 am.

While Nayagarh district recorded the highest pass percentage 87.92%, Rayagada registered the lowest pass percentage with 61.08%.

While the pass percentage of arts is 76.31%, the science is 80.31% and commerce 69.48%. 


In arts, Nayagarh district recorded highest pass rate 87.92% and Rayagada lowest 61.08%. In Science, Balasore recorded the highest 92.60% and Jharsuguda the lowest 67.96%. Similarly, in commerce, Phulbani district recorded the highest pass rate 85.05%, while Deogarh recorded the lowest pass percentage 32.78.

A total of 1, 75,719 students have passed the exam out of 2, 30,232 in Arts. While 75,434 students cleared the exam out of 93,920 in Science, 22,391 out of a total of 32,226 students passed in commerce.

Like every year, the female students have outshone the exam this year. While the female percentage in Arts is 81.49, 70.16% boys cleared the exam. Similarly, in science, the percentage of girls is 83.23 and 78.51 boys, in Commerce, it is 75.76 and 66.80.


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