Odisha BSE class 10 results out soon; learn how to check

This year's BSE Odisha 10th test 2022 was held from April 29 to May 7

Staff ReporterUpdated: Monday, July 04, 2022, 04:07 PM IST
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Odisha: On Monday, July 4, Odisha's education minister, Samir Ranjan Dash, will reveal the BSE Class 10 result date for 2022. According to the education minister, the Class 10 result date will be released tomorrow, and the Class 10 result for 2022 will be released the next week. As soon as it is released, the BSE Odisha 10th result 2022 will be accessible on the websites bseodisha.nic.in and orissaresults.nic.in.

This year's BSE Odisha 10th test 2022, which was held from April 29 to May 7, attracted more than 5.85 lakh (5,85,730) students. 3,540 locations throughout the state hosted the Class 10 examination.

How To Check The BSE Odisha 10th Result In 2022

  • Visit the bseodisha.ac.in or bseodisha.nic.in official websites.

  • Search for and select the BSE 10th result link.

  • Put in the necessary login information.

  • Check and submit the 2022 BSE Class 10 Odisha results

  • Take a printout of the Odisha 10th grade scorecard after downloading it for reference.

SMS can also be used to access the BSE 10th Class results. Candidates needed to submit an SMS to 5676750 with the text "OR01 Roll No>" in order to receive the Odisha 10th result for 2022. The pass rate for the BSE Odisha 10th exam last year was 97.89%.

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