BSE Odisha Matric 10th Results 2017 have been released at the official website. This year the girls have performed better than boys in Odisha HSC exams Girls outshine boys in Odisha HSC exams. This year girls outperformed boys and the overall pass percentage was 85.28 per cent. Last year the highest pass percentage was 83.32. A  total of 4, 85, 989 students cleared the annual matriculation examination-2017. According to the official sources, 748 schools across the state scored cent per cent results while 22 schools scored zero per cent results.Also Read - Odisha Baker Makes 72-kg Chocolate Sculpture of CM Naveen Patnaik on the BJD chief's 75th Birthday

School and Mass Education Minister Debi Prasad Mishra announced that the aspirants will be able to go through the OMR sheets which will be published. The girl students have outshined the boys this year too. As many as 2, 55, 051 girls passed the annual exam as compared to 2, 47, 948 boys. The grade-wise segregation is as follows: A1 Grade: 2417, A2: 23489, B1: 62193, B2: 102395. Also Read: BSE Odisha Matric 10th Results 2017 released at orissaresults.nic.in, check results online now Also Read - Ban on Sale, Use of Firecrackers: How These States Take Strict Measures to Bring Air Pollution Under Control

Students will also be able to access the Odisha Class 10 matric results at www.bseodisha.nic.in, www.bseodisha.ac.in and www.orissaresults.nic.in to know their results from 11.30 am onwards. To know the results through SMS, students need to type OR10 <ROLL NO> and send it to 5676750. Around 6,08,000 students in BSE Odisha Matric 10th regular and ex-regular streams had appeared in the examinations at 2,887 centres across the state this year. Also Read - Rajasthan Revises Order; Allows Sale, Bursting Of Green Crackers With Restricted Timings

The board of secondary education, Odisha is a body corporate constituted under the Odisha Secondary Education Act, 1953. The BSE also regulates, controls and develops Secondary Education in the State of Odisha and provides varied courses in order to equip students for different occupations, to prepare them for University education and to equip them for various cultural purposes.