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Tripura TBSE Madhyamik result declared, pass percentage improves from last year

The education minister has explained that modalities for evaluating the rest of subjects which didn't go to examination would be announced shortly. 

Written by Debraj Deb | Agartala | Updated: July 3, 2020 11:27:13 am
A total of 39,000 students appeared for their Madhyamik examinations this year. (Representational Image)

The Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) released the state Madhyamik, class 10 result on Friday, July 3. Around 39,000 students who had appeared in the exams vcan check the results through the websites- schooleducation.tripura.gov.in, tbse.in, tripura.nic.in.

A total of 69.49 per cent students passed in Madhyamik 10th exam this year. Dipayan Debnath from Netaji Subhash Vidyaniketan has topped the Madhyamik examination this year with 488 marks. Megha Sharma, Trishasree Dewan, Abhiraj Paul has secured the second position with 487 marks, and a total of four students bagged the third position with 483 marks.

They are Aldrin Roy, Yashraj Das, Debadrita Pal, Medha Sharma. Twenty four students have found themselves in the top ten positions this year

READ | How to check Tripura Board Madhyamik result 

Education Minister Ratan Lal Nath told media persons that the results would be declared at 9 am on July 3. The decision was taken insight of the recent verdict of the Supreme Court over the issue of pending examinations of the central education boards, Nath explained.

A total of 27,142 candidates including 13,908 male and 13,234 females were enrolled for writing TBSE Higher Secondary exam papers this year. The higher secondary examinations started on March 02 were scheduled till March 31.

Meanwhile, 39,000 students appeared in two segments – old syllabus and new syllabus for their Madhyamik examinations this year, starting from March 3.

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The exams were supposed to be held till March 27, but a few papers of the old syllabus and Madrasa candidates were cut short due to the Covid-19 induced lockdown. Tripura later announced the pending papers would be conducted from July 5 but the decision was retracted after central ‘Unlock’ guidelines arrived.

The education minister has explained that modalities for evaluating the rest of subjects which didn’t go to examination would be announced shortly.

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Speaking to indianexpress.com, TBSE president Dr. Bhabatosh Saha confirmed that it was decided in a meeting held on Monday. He also stated that a second round of meeting will be held on Wednesday to decide on the modalities of evaluating unexamined subjects.

“We are contemplating to consider either of CBSE or that of the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education. The former is opting for an average of result from a set of best of papers while the latter is opting for granting the highest grade in any subject to the one which didn’t go for exam,” Dr. Saha said.

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