Bhubaneswar/New Delhi,06/05/19:A day after warning students and parents not to fall prey to fake news, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) today announced CBSE Class 10 Results 2019.
As per CBSE officials, the total pass percentage is 91.1 percent with Trivandrum recording highest at 99.85 %,Chennai 99 %, Ajmer 95.89 %.
Girls once again outperformed boys.The results which were announced in record time following court direction, showed that girls’ pass percentage was 92.45 percent, while the boys’ were at 90.14.
Bhavna N Sivadas from Kerala topped the exam by scoring 499 marks out of 500. Apart from Bhavna, 12 students have scored 499 marks out of 500.
Saiuditi Rout from Mother’s Public School, Unit-1, Bhubaneswar secured All India Rank 65 and topped in Bhubaneswar region. Two other students from Bhubaneswar region secured positions in the top 100 ranks across the country.
“Proud of my young friends who have successfully cleared the CBSE Class X examinations. Wishing them the very best for their journey ahead. May these young minds continue making us proud,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated students and also appreciated the hard work and sacrifice put in even by their teachers and parents.
Just four days back the CBSE Class 12, results were declared, in which the girls had similarly outshined the boys. In the Class 10 results, the transgender students have outdone the category with 94.74 pass percentage as against 83.33 last time.
“Congratulations to over 16 lakh students who have succeeded in #CBSE Xth board examinations and best of luck for those who couldn’t make this time but will make it in next attempt,” Human Resource Minister Prakash Javadekar tweeted.
“Overall pass percentage has increased by 4.40 from 80.70 per cent in 2018 to 91.10 in 2019,” the Minister added.
Siddhant Pengoriya from Lotus Valley International School in Noida, is among the 13 toppers who all scored 499 out of 500 in the exam.
The names of the other toppers, each of whom are from a different school, are Divyansh Wadhwa, Yogesh Kumar Gupta, Ankur Mishra, Vatsal Varshney, Manya, Aryan Jha, Taru Jha, Bhavana Sivadas, Ish Madan among others.
Twenty four students bagged the second rank in CBSE Class 10 results with 498 marks, while 58 students shared the third spot with 497 marks.
Union Minister Smriti Irani tweeted that her daughter Zoish scored 82 per cent.
Trivandrum zone outperformed others in pan India circuit with 99.85 pass percentage, with Chennai coming a close second at 99 per cent and Ajmaer third at 95.89. Delhi’s pass percentage stood at 80.97.
Candidates can check their result on cbse.nic.in and cbseresults.nic.in.
More than 17 lakh students had taken the exam in February-March.
This year, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is declaring the class 10th result within 38 days of the exam. CBSE class 10 board exam had concluded on March 29.
Last year CBSE class 10th results were declared after 55 days of the exam.
Instead of percentage, for class 10 CBSE provides grades to students. Students can check the grade to marks scale from the official CBSE website.
The CBSE class 10th result is available on the official result portal cbseresults.nic.in.
Dhenkanal,29/04/19: Special training programme based on hands-on activities for the journalism students of Odisha State Open University (OSOU), Sambalpur has started at the Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC), Dhenkanal. The five-day special training programme starting from 29th April to 3rd May was inaugurated by the Regional Director of IIMC Eastern India Campus Prof Dr. Mrinal Chatterjee here on Monday.
On the inaugural occasion, Prof Dr. Chatterjee emphasised on the importance of hands-on training for journalism students as mass media professionals require practical experience and knowledge more than theoretical information. He pledged to further improve the training programmes for OSOU, Sambalpur students and make sure that the students get enough opportunity to learn from the facilities available at IIMC. He also said that it is a mandate of a national institute to cater to reach each and every individual who is willing to learn.
IIMC has been organizing such training programmes for OSOU students since 2016. More than 350 journalism and mass communication students from OSOU have been trained by the premier media institution since then. OSOU is the only Open University in the country, which is providing a special hands-on training programme to its students. As many as 22 students from different parts of the state, pursuing diploma and degree courses in journalism, participated in this session.
Koraput,21/04/19:To observe the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak the Eastern Zonal Cultural Centre, Ministry of Culture, Government of India in collaboration with Nandanik organized a week long painting exhibition for school children at Bikash Vidyalaya, Koraput. The workshop concluded today with a painting exhibition by the participants of the workshop.
The guests of the concluding session were Mrs Manjeet Kaur, representative of the Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee, Semiliguda, Shri Sourav Chatterjee, theatre director from Kolkata and Shri Sourav Gupta, Creative Director, Nandanik. It was presided over by Shri Saumendra Kumar Swain, Treasurer, Nandanik.
The guests spoke on the relevance and importance of the teachings of Guru Nanak. Shri Nilamadhab Mahapatra, the trainer of the workshop explained that the workshop was themed on life & workshop of Guru Nanak. They appreciated the paintings put up for exhibition. Thirty three participants were awarded certificates.
Monideepa Gupta, Secretary, Nandanik presented the vote of thanks. Members of Nandanik, Ajaya Edding, Abinash Pani, Arabinda Lenka were also present and contributed actively.
Koraput,20/04/19:Central University of Orissa organized the Annual Cultural Day Function on the occasion of centenary celebration of 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi at its permanent campus, Sunabeda today. Prof. S. K. Palita, Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor I/c. of the University and Prof. Krushna Chandra Biswal, Dean and Principal, Saheed Laxman Nayak Medical College and Hospital, Koraput inaugurated the programme as the Chief Guest and Guest of Honour respectively. Dr. Ramendra Kumar Parhi, Dean Student Welfare I/c. of the University delivered the welcome address. Prof. Palita in his address stressed on the development of the ability of the students for the excellence to get success.
Students need to make proper use of the resources and opportunity they are getting in life Prof. Palita advised. He motivated them to dedicate themselves for the quest of excellence in life and nation buildings. In his address he informed the auspicious gathering about the development and achievement of the University. First time in the history, the University has been accredited by the NAAC and got B+ grade. CUO also was ranked in 150-200 band in NIRF ranking among 600+ Universities of the country. First time the Students Council was formed and Annual Sports organised. Prof. Palita stressed on the need for connecting to the people of the region and expressed the desire for research and academic must have an orientation for socio-economic development of the region.
He highlighted the future plans of the University. He said “the Central Government has already sanctioned the amount for infrastructure development including four storied academic building, administrative building and staff quarters. The other hostels will also be constructed in future. He congratulates the students, faculty and staff of the University for organising a successful cultural day programme. Prof. Palita & Prof. Biswal distributed certificates and prizes to all the winners of the competition organised on the occasion of Annual Sports Day.
Prof. Biswal highlighted some of the glimpse of the rich and diversity culture of the Koraput region. He thanked the University community for inviting him as a Guest of Honour to the programme and congratulated for organising such a beautiful function on the occasion of centenary celebration of 150th birth anniversary of Father of the Nation. He said “these two leading educational institutions one in higher education and other in health education will serve the educational and health care need of the people of the Koraput region”.
Dr. Parhi in his welcome address gave a warm welcome to the audience and advised the students to develop their talents along with education. Mr. K. Kosla Rao, Finance Officer I/c. of the University delivered the vote of thanks and hailed the development and achievement made by the University.
Students of all 14 departments of the University performed classical dance, songs and drama on this occasion. The cultural programme was organised by Mr. Saurabh Gupta, Assistant Professor, Department of Journalism and Mass Communication. Dignitaries of the region namely Shri Gadadhar Parida, Ex-Collector; Shri Manoj Kumar, GM NAD; Dr. G. Madhu, Director ICAR-IISWC, Sunabeda; Dr. Jagabandhu Samal, COATS, Dr. Sudhansu Shekhar Sahu, Scientist F & Director I/c, Vector Control Research Centre, Koraput were present on this occasion. Students, faculty and staff were also present at large.
Koraput,18/04/19:Central University of Orissa is organizing the Annual Cultural Day Function at 10.00. a.m. on 20 April 2019 at its permanent campus, Sunabeda. Prof. S. K. Palita, Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor I/c. of the University and Prof. Krushna Chandra Biswal, Dean and Principal, Saheed Laxman Nayak Medical College and Hospital, Koraput will inaugurate programme in a inaugural ceremony as the Chief Guest and Guest of Honour respectively.
As per the official notification by Dr. Ramendra Parhi, Dean of Student Welfare I/c. of the University the day long programme comprises with the song, drama and dance which will be performed by the students of each department of the University. The University has presently fourteen departments and each department are given 22 minutes to show case their performances. This Cultural Day function is being organised on the 150th birth anniversary of our Father of Nation Mahatma Gandhi.
Prof. Palita the VC I/c. conveys his best wishes to the students for successful programme. He said “the programme will definitely showcase the internal hidden creative talent of my students”. This is the first student oriented large scale programme under the dynamic leadership of present acting Vice-Chancellor I/c., Prof. S. K. Palita. Koraput being the land of diversity and rich culture, this programme is expected to throw some glimpses of this culture.
Koraput,15/04/19:The Eastern Zonal Cultural Centre, Ministry of Culture, Government of India in collaboration with Nandanik, a theatre group based in Koraput, Odisha began the observation of the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak in Koraput by organizing a week long painting workshop for school children themed on the life and work of Guru Nanak.
The workshop was inaugurated today at Bikash Vidyalaya, Koraput. On the inaugural dais were Shri Kamalesh Sahu and Gokul Pradhan, teacher & staff of Bikash Vidyalaya, Monideepa Gupta and Saumendra Kumar Swain, secretary and treasurer of Nandanik, Shri Nilamashab Mahapatra, eminent painter and art teacher of Koraput and Guru Sujit Singh, a devotee of Guru Nanak and representative of the Sree Guru Singh Sahib, Semiliguda, Koraput. The opening ceremony was anchored by Susmita Subhadarshini.
Monideepa Gupta in his opening note thanked the EZCC for choosing a remote and tribal area like Koraput to hold this kind of a programme. Shri Sujit Singh gave an enlightening speech on life and work of Guru Nanak. The photograph of Guru Nanak was garlanded and Shri Nilamadhab Mahapatra, who is the principal resource person of the workshop started his classes by distributing art & painting material among the participants. Vote of thanks was presented by Saumendra Kumar Swain who thanked Bikash Vidyalaya authorities and EZCC for supporting the initiative. Ajaya Edding, Joydev Majumdar, Angadala Madhu and Abinash Pani volunteered in the programme.
30 school children have participated in the workshop which is going to conclude on 21 April 2019 with an exhibition of paintings by the children.
Koraput,02/04/19:The Chancellor of Central University of Orissa Prof. P.V.Krishna Bhatta arrived at Koraput on a two day visit. On the first day he visited the departments at the Sunabeda Campus and the Central Library there. On the afternoon he delivered a special lecture on the topic “Role of. youth in nation building “. The function was presided over by the Vice Chancellor I/C Prof. Sharat Kumar Palita. In his speech he highlighted the role of youth as the nation builders and advised that they should try their best for character building.
Prof. P.V. Krishna Bhatta , in his address said that the youth are the future of the nation. The education provided to the youth should not be based on getting degrees only. The education should be based on acquiring knowledge not only for self but also for the society. Education should be focused on getting employability. India has a rich philosophy and strong social structure to stand against the western world which is looking into India for getting guidance through philosophy. The youth should focus on enhancing moral values first. Indian culture focuses a holistic view of life. Spiritual values must supersede material values. The youth should follow the Indian philosophy for nation building. He hoped that one day Bharat will be a global spiritual leader.
The Registrar of the University Prof. Asit Kumar Das proposed the Vote of Thanks. The lecture was attended by all the faculty members, students and scholars.
During the afternoon he visited both the hostels and also interacted with the faculty members, students and staff separately.
Koraput,Hon’ble Chancellor of the Central University of Orissa, Koraput Prof. P. V. Krishna Bhatta is paying a visit to the University during 1st April and 2nd April 2019. During his visit a series of meetings will be organised at the University campus. In the meeting he will interact with the Acting Vice-Chancellor, Prof. S. K. Palita and Registrar, Prof. Asit Kumar Das, in respect of the academic and infrastructure development of the University. He will also interact with the teaching and non-teaching staff and students. This is the second visit of Prof. Bhatta to the University.
Keeping the importance of his visit the University is going to organise a special lecture programme. Prof. Bhatta will address the University community in the programme on 1st April, 2019.
Prof. P.V. Krishna Bhatta was appointed as the Chancellor of Central University of Orissa, Koraput by the Visitor of CUO, His Excellency, Hon’ble President of India in August 2018.
Prof. Krishna Bhatta is well known for his varied contributions to education and society.
He held many posts of importance such as Member of Legislative Council, Govt. of Karnataka from 1982 to 1985, Senate Member, Mysore University, Mysore from 1992 to 1998, Elected Senate & Syndicate Member, Kuvempu University, President of Vidyarthi Sikshana Seva Trust (R), Bengaluru, Member of Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), Member of Court of Central University of Gujarat, Ex-Member of Karnataka State Council for Higher Education, Ex-Member of University Act Reform Committee 2016 – 2017, Academic Advisor of IGNCA Southern Regional Centre, Bengaluru 2000 – 2001, Convener of National Organising Committee for educational reforms setup by GOI as part of Republic Day celebrations in 2003. He was also a Member of Education Task Force set up by the Union HRD Ministry, Member of Grant in Aid committee for Adult education under NLM scheme, GOI. 2001, He was a Trustee and Executive Committee Member, IGNCA, New Delhi. He was also the Executive Committee Member, NAAC from 2004 to 2007.