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+2 Science

+2 Science Stream (384 Seats) :

  • Compulsory Subjects

Subject Marks 1st Year 2nd Year
English 200 100 100
M.I.L(Oriya/Hindi/Sanskrit/ Alternative English) 200 100 100

Environmental Education(Compulsory) 100 Marks

The Environmental Education will be assessed at the college level for 100 marks( 70 marks for theory and 30 marks for project work) at the end of 1st year +2 course and the grades (A+, A, B,C, D in order of merit) are to be awarded by the college and the same shall be recorded in the body of pass certificate given by the council subsequently. The grade secured in the Environmental Education (EE) will not affect the result of the candidate.

Marks Grade
70% and above Gr A+
60% to 69% Gr A
50% to 59% Gr B
35% to 49% Gr C
Below 35% Gr D
  • Elective Subjects

Each elective subject carries 200 marks

(100 marks in 1st year and 100 marks in 2nd year)

  • Physics

  • Chemistry

A student shall have to offer any four Elective subjects out of the following groups  as 3rd and 4th elective.

Group ‘A  for 3rd and 4th Elective subjects and Group ‘B’ for 4th elective.      

Group A :  Mathematics / Biology / Geology [Can be opted as either 3rd or 4th elective subject (one in each core)].

Group B : Electronics /Information Technology (Can be opted as 4th Elective Subject only).

INTRODUCTION TO NEW COURSE & DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS IN SUBJECT , HAVING PRATICALS

       With the introduction of the new course structure from the academic session 2008-09 basically to de-stress the students joining +2 courses under the CHSE,odisha,there will be yearly examinations at the end of 1st year and 2nd year classes.1st year and 2nd year courses have been separated accordingly.The 1st year examination will be conducted at the college/H.S. school level for 100 marks in each subject and 2nd year examination will be conducted at the Council level for 100 marks in each subject.Marks secured in the 1st year examination shall be considered only for promotion of students to the 2nd year class and will have no bearing on the terminal examination,conducted by the Council at the end of the 2nd year.

      Pass certificates will be awarded to successful candidates basing on the performance in the  Council examination at the end of the 2nd year only.

     Restriction on selection of elective subjects is a new feature in the present course structure.Each student has to read 4 elective subjects in addition to the compulsory subjects i.i. English,M.I.L,and Environment Education.

      The Distribution of marks for subjects with praticals will be as follows:

 

Distribution of marks in subjects with pratical for H.S examination-2013 & onwards

Group A (Objective type)

Q.1 Multiple choice

Q.2 One word answer/very short answer/correct the sentence/fill up the blanks

Group B (Short type)

Q.3 Answer within two/three sentences

(Out of 12 bits , one has to answer 10 bits)

Q.4 Answer within six sentences

(Out of 5 bits , one has to answer 3 bits)

Group C (Long type)

Q.5 to 10 Out of six questions from all units one has to answer 3 questions.

Distribution of marks in biology for H.S examination-2013

Group A (Objective type)

Q1. Multiple choice /one word answer

Q2. Correct the sentences /Fill up the blanks

Group B (Short type)

Q3. Answer with two/three sentences

(Out of 8 bits,one has to answer 5 bits)

Group C (Long type)

Q4. Out of 4 questions,from all units one has to answer two questions.

Distribution of marks in subjects with out pratical for H.S examination-2013 & onwards

Group A (Objective type)

Q1. Multiple choice(for all units)

Q.2 One word answer/very short answer/correct the sentence/fill up the blanks

Group B (Short type)

Q3. Answer with two/three sentences

(Out of 14 bits,one has to answer 11 bits)

Group C (Long type)

Q5. to Q10. Out of six questions from all units, one has to answer 4 questions.