Odisha

CHSE Allows 17 Plus II Commerce Students To Take MIL-Odia Exam

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OB Bureau

Konark/Bhubaneswar: Considering the plight of the 17 Plus Two Commerce students of Konark Bhagabati Mahavidyalaya who were given wrong question papers in the ongoing annual Plus Two examinations, the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) has allowed these students to reappear in the examinations.

Talking to media persons here, CHSE Deputy Controller Dr Prabodh Kumar Panda said, the examiners, instead of providing Regular MIL-Odia question papers, had provided Ex-Regular MIL-Odia question papers to these Plus Two Commerce students on March 8.

“As these 17 Regular students had drawn the attention of the Council about the incident and requested to give them another chance to appear in the MIL-Odia examination, the Council has decided to conduct a fresh examination for them. As per the decision taken by the Council, the students will appear in the MIL-Odia examination at 10 AM on March 29,” Panda said.

He said the Council will prepare a new set of MIL-Odia question papers for these 17 students.

OB Bureau

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