The Plus II examination conducted by the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) will start from March 1. CHSE controller of examinations Jasobanta Behera said theory papers will be over by March 23 while practicals will be held between March 25 and March 30.
After weeks of uncertainty over the Plus Two final year examination form fill up process, the Council for Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) has announced that the form fill up will take place from January 2 to 8. The process, which ordinarily is completed in October-November, got delayed due to strike by CHSE employees. The examination fee ranges from Rs 520 to Rs 600 depending on the number of practical subjects a student opts for, Behera said.
Earlier, CHSE received all the money from the form sales in one day due to online form submissions and online transactions, but now it will be done through demand drafts. The online submission of forms will be done by CHSE officials and OCAC will provide necessary support.
Those students filling forms from January 10 to 12 will have to pay a fine of ` 50 and those submitting forms from January 16 to 18 will have to pay ` 350 fine per form.
He said students will fill up their details in the designated form (3G) offline in their respective colleges and deposit the requisite fees at the college cash counter. The colleges will upload the information online as per the prescribed format given in the e-space software at college level between January 2 and January 8, he said.
The colleges will enter the registration number issued by CHSE to the particular candidate. Once the registration number is entered, the name, father’s name, mother’s name of the student and subjects offered will appear on the computer screen. Colleges will compare the information with the application form submitted by the candidate to crosscheck, Behera said.
Stringent measures have been put in place by the CHSE officials to monitor the flow of money from the colleges to CHSE.