Odisha CHSE Questions Paper – Council of Higher Secondary Education, Odisha has released Odisha CHSE question papers for students preparing for the Odisha board 12th examination. Students can download the question papers of Odisha CHSE and practise them as many times as they want. To access and download the Odisha CHSE +2 previous question papers, students have to click on the link given below. These plus two model papers will help students get familiar with the exam pattern, marking scheme and the type of questions that do rounds every year in the exam. By solving question papers of Odisha CHSE, students will be able to point out their strong and weak areas and work on areas where improvement is needed.
Solving Odisha CHSE question papers will also help students to improve their speed and learn to manage the time which plays a curial role during the exam. They also help in making students aware of the important, the moderately important and less important topics. Therefore solving sample papers will help students to score well in the board exams. Read the complete article below to know more about CHSE Odisha model question papers.
Steps to Download Odisha CHSE Question Paper
Students may follow the steps mentioned below to view and download the sample papers:
Click on the Odisha CHSE +2 Previous Question Papers link mentioned below
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Click on them and download
Start practicing for better preparation of the exams
*Students must note that they can download the question papers of Odisha CHSE as many times as they want.
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Odisha 12th Board – Passing Criteria
Odisha Council of Secondary Education states that the minimum marks required to pass the HSC examinations in the state is 30 per cent. All students who score at least 33 per cent but less than 45 percent will be considered to have passed in the third division.
The student who is not able to clear the examination for not having secured the required pass marks in one or more subjects but who secures 250 marks or more in the aggregate will have the option to clear his exam by appearing up to a maximum three consecutive examinations immediately following the one in which he/she has failed. Such candidates shall be declared to have passed compartmentally.