Odisha Board students complain of result discrepan
Cuttack: A day after publication of matriculation examination in Odisha, which was conducted by the Board of Secondary Education (BSE) in March-April earlier, students and guardians on Friday complained of discrepancies in their results.
Though the Board officials promised a mechanism would be in place to redress the grievances of students in seven days, many parents threatened to move court.
BSE President Satyakam Mishra assured technical errors, if any, would be addressed within seven days and the successful students would get their corrected mark sheets, if any, much before the Plus II admission begins.
"We will rectify any technical error in mark sheets within seven days and the complaints would be addressed in one month," Mishra said.
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