TBSE result 2017: Tripura Board declares Class 10th result, Arnab Chowhan is the topper

TBSE result 2017: A total of 51,292 have appeared Class 10 exam. This year topper is Arnab Chowhan who has secured a total of 687 marks.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 6, 2017 3:23 pm
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TBSE result 2017: The Tripura Board Of Secondary Education (TBSE) has announced the results of the Madhyamik exam 2017 at a press conference in Agartala at 9 am. A total of 51,292 had registered for Class 10 exam out of which 49,375 students had appeared. The overall percentage dips with 59.31 per cent which is a little low in comparison to the last year’s percentage (66.14 per cent).  This year topper is Arnab Chowhan who has secured a total of 687 marks.

The overall pass percentage for this year’s result is 59.31 per cent. A total of 24,326 boys and 25,049 girls had appeared for the Tripura Class 10 exams 2017 out which 14,822 boys and 14,467 girls have passed. The boys registered a pass percentage of 60.84 per cent while girls have scored 57.75 per cent.

The Tripura Board Class 10 Madhyamik exam were conducted from March 3 and continued till March 23. The students can access the result from the official websites — tbse.in, tripura.nic.in, tripuraresults.nic.in and examresults.net.

Student can also access their results through SMS by following procedure:
Type TBSE10(space) Roll number (space) and send the message from BSNL number 7738299899 and 54242.

Last year’s pass percentage was 66. 14 per cent. The TBSE will declare results of higher secondary humanities and commerce streams on June 7. Read | Tripura Madhyamik Class 10th result 2017 declared at tripuraresults.nic.in. Click here

A total of 41 students had registered for the Madrasa Alim (Secondary examination) 2017 out of which 39 students have given the exams. Out of these, 22 students passed the Tripura Madrasa Exams 2017 registering a pass percentage of 62.86 per cent.

 

 

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