Download DHE Odisha +3 Second Merit List 2018 at samsodisha.gov.in

July 11, 2018 | Last Modified: July 11, 2018 at 3:19 pm | Category: Sarkari Results

The Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE), Odisha has released DHE Odisha +3 Second Merit List 2018 at official website samsodisha.gov.in. After a long wait of the candidates DHE has released odisha +3 2nd merit list 2018. The candidates who were eagerly waiting for odisha +3 merit list 2018 second round can download it now from the official website of Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE), Odisha.

The candidates who were appeared in the DHE exam were waiting for the merit list can check it by making DHE login at the official website. The merit list has been uploaded post online CAF validation and digitisation of offline Common Application Form.

More than 2 lakh students have applied for admission in about 985 degree colleges in the state of Odisha. The candidates who were appeared in the exam can check their name in the merit list which has been published at the official website. The candidates can download the merit list by following some simple and easy steps which are given below in this article.

How to Download DHE Odisha +3 Second Merit List 2018

The Candidates who want to check dhe odisha merit list 2018 can follow the given instructions.

  • To check the merit list the candidates have to visit official website samsodisha.gov.in.
  • Click at Degree +3 option at the homepage.
  • Click at Merit List at the homepage.
  • Now select your college type, stream, subject and college.
  • Click at show option and the merit list will be displayed at at your screen.
  • Search for your name and roll number.
  • Download and save the merit list for future reference.
  • You can also take a print out of the merit list to have a proof.
DHE Odisha +3 2nd Merit List 2018

DHE Odisha +3 2nd Merit List 2018

DHE Odisha also released Plus II or +2 merit list a few weeks back for all those students who had passed their Class 10 or matric examinations. This year, the students applying for admission in different streams were allowed to pick at least five colleges and a maximum of 10 colleges.

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