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The Madrasa Open Schooling governed by Odisha State Board of Madrasa Education, Odisha (OSBME) has been establish to work as bridge between the Govt. and Rural/Backward Classes of India to carrying out the work on dissemination of Education with the aim of enhancing and accelerating the enrolment/ continuance of Education at primary to Senior Secondary Level, "Madrasa Open Schooling" was envisage and has been set up as an autonomous registered body under the Indian Trust Act 1882. Madrasa Open Schooling (MOS) is working as Nodal Agency/Premier Educational Partner with numerous states.

To Promote or uplift the downtrodden and disadvantaged groups, deprived sections of society and women irrespective of caste, creed, color, religion or language in all aspects such as social, Cultural, health educational, economical and make them self dependent by alleviating poverty eradicating illiteracy.

Government of Odisha have constituted Odisha State Board of Madrasa Education (OSBME) for recognition of Madrasas and smooth conduct of different madrasa examinations vide Resolution No./Notification No.1817 / SME Dated 23931./SME., Dated 21.08.1971

Odisha State Board of Madrasa Education(OSBME) is functioning at Urdu Bhawan, Q-No-3R 3/1,UNIT-IX (Flat) Bhubaneswar,Odisha,PIN-751022.


The Council Of Boards of School Education in India (COBSE) is a voluntary association of all the Boards of School Education in India. It works in close collaboration with Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, other national level apex educational organizations and agencies like the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration (NIEPA) and National Council of Teacher Education (NCTE).

  1. Established in 1979 by CBSE to provide a forum for mutual exchange.
  2. Since 1989, established an independent secretariat.
  3. At Present it has 65 members
  4. It has six Zonal Chapters- Central, Western, Northern, North-Eastern, Southern and Eastern.
  5. Some foreign boards are it's Associate Members – Nepal, Bhutan, Mauritius, UK, UCLES, NWAC and IB.

The major functions are:

(i) Provide a forum to its members to discuss issues of mutual interest and to learn form each other for improving quality of education

(ii) Curriculum reform and improvement in evaluation systems.

(iii)Respond to national concerns like Population Education and Disaster Management.

(iv) Professional Development of officers of the Members-boards.

(v) Interactions with NCERT / NIEPA on Professional issues.