This year's UG admissions are likely to be postponed.

The Plus II board exams will take some time to recover to the pre-Covid calendar . The state government has yet to make a decision on the date of publication of the Plus II exam findings .

Bhubaneswar: Although the Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) conducted the Plus II board exams between March 7 and 30, the entire cycle will take some time to recover to the pre-Covid calendar of the academic calendar.In 2019, classes of UG or Plus III first year courses began on August 8, 2019.The upcoming Plus II exams will conclude on May 31.Before the publication of the findings, an evaluation procedure will be started.

This year's whole process is going to be arduous, according to a degree college professor in Washington, D.C.Although the state government has yet to make a decision on the date of publication of the Plus II exam findings, students are unlikely to see their scores or grades until at least two months.Following the publication of the results, the admission process will begin, with several rounds of allotment, including spot rounds, will take place, according to a source with knowledge of the higher education system.According to a higher education department spokesperson, the admission to the UG program will largely depend on the timing of the Plus II results publication.