Board of Secondary Education (BSE) has released the Odisha Matric Results 2017 released,  aspirants will be able to check the results online here at the official website orissaresults.nic.in.  This year approximately more than six lakh candidates appeared for the exam. For checking the Board of Secondary Education (BSE) Odisha will announce results on Wednesday at 11.30 am. More than six lakh students appeared for the BSE Odisha Matric 10th Results 2017. It is pertinent to enter all the details correctly to check the BSE Odisha Matric class 10th Results 2017. This year the Odisha High School Certificate examination was held from February 28 to March 4. Also Read: BSE Odisha Matric 10th Results 2017 released: Girls perform better than boys in Odisha HSC examsAlso Read - Odisha Baker Makes 72-kg Chocolate Sculpture of CM Naveen Patnaik on the BJD chief's 75th Birthday

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Earlier a notification was published by Board of Secondary Education (BSE) for the results of Odisha BSE class 10 Matric, that the results would be accessible from 11:30 am. Students are required to visit the official websites for checking the HSC Class 10th Result 2017 at bseodisha.nic.in and orissaresults.nic.in. The students must enter their details of BSE Odisha Matric 10th Results 2017 like name and registration number. Once the results are announced, Board of Secondary Education will need to take the print out of the results. Also Read: Odisha Matric Results 2017 out today at 11:30, check results online at bseodisha or orissaresults.nic.in Also Read - Rajasthan Revises Order; Allows Sale, Bursting Of Green Crackers With Restricted Timings

Once the exam results of BSE Odisha Matric 10th Results 2017 are out, the name wise, merit list for the Odisha Matric 10th Results 2017 will be also be announced a the official  website. The aspirants who clear the exam will need to take admissions to class 11. They will be required to choose between various streams Arts, Science and Commerce. The higher secondary examination in the Odisha had commenced with the English paper on March 6. A total number of 3,80,707 students appeared in the examinations that concluded on March 28.