Odisha Board 10th Class Exams 2021 Time Table Released – BSE Matric Exams

The dates for the class 10 time table for all the Odisa board student has been announced.

The exams will commence on the 3rd of May, and the last paper has been shelved for 15th May. However, the practical exams which are supposed to be conducted days before the theory exam have been announced from 29th April.

How to download the time table

Though various trusted sites have already published the timetable, if students need a proper format of the timetable, they can download the timetable from the official site. Instructions have been given below for assistance :

Step 1: Search BSE Odisha. ac.in, i.e., the official site of the Odisha board.

Step 2:On the website’s home page, search and click on the ‘latest news and click on the “Odisha Class 10th Exam schedule 2021” provided link.

Step 3: The timetable will be displayed on the screen. Candidates may download and save the time table for future references.

10th class exam

Followings Items are allowed to carry inside the Exam Hall

Candidates are supposed to bring their Class 10th board to admit essential cards, and without it, the exam writing process is prohibited.

Stationery items like pens, pencils, erasers, etc., are allowed to be carried in a transparent pouch.

Items Prohibited inside the Exam Hall

Electronic devices like smartphones, smartwatches, calculators are strictly prohibited.

No rough paper, notebook, sample paper, or study material is allowed in the exam center and, if brought, should be kept outside.

Last moment study tips

1.Be consistent: Even though you manage to study for 1-2 hours, make sure you are consistent and never miss a day away from your notes.

2. Revise: As the exams are just around the corner, don’t overburden yourself with new concepts. Try to revise the ones you have already learned.

3.Sample Paper: It’s essential to have an overview of the paper you are about to encounter. So it’s essential to go through the previous year’s paper and attempt some board-oriented questions.

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