The Plus II results are yet to be announced in Bhuneshwar, but according to sources around 2,000 students have secured 90 percent or above marks in the examination.
Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) in Orissa has deputed three subject experts to scrutinise the answer sheets of high scoring students. Only after reevaluation of the high scoring students, the results will be published towards May-end.
According to Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) sources the subject experts concerned will re-confirm that the valuation has been done without any bias towards or against any student. But as such they will not award marks on their own. Majority of the high scorers are from science stream, though there are some from arts and commerce streams as well.
In case the subject experts raise doubts about favours being shown to certain students, their papers will go to a higher level committee for further authentication. The Council of Higher Secondary Education in Orissa has already segregated the answer sheets of those getting 90 percent or above.