Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) announced Madhyamik (matriculation) and Higher Secondary (+2 stage) examination results today, 6 July 2022.
The TBSE president Dr. Bhabatosh Saha informed that the results were based on cumulative results of Term-I and Term-II examinations.
‘This is the first year of examination after the introduction of the NCERT syllabus in 2019-2020 in schools. Madhyamik results have 86.18 percent pass rate and Higher Secondary results show 94.46 percent pass rate,’ said Dr. Saha.
The results are available on TBSE’s official website (tbresults.tripura.gov.in) and other websites.
Board Secretary Dr. Dulal Dey appreciated the results and said that the students upgraded their results from all previous years.
Term II examinations for Madhyamik examinations started on April 18 and continued till May 6. While Term II exams for Higher Secondary stage started on May 5 and continued till June 1.
According to Board officials, two stages of the Mathematics paper – Basic and Standard were introduced at the Madhyamik exam this year while five vocational subjects were introduced for the 10th standard board exam this year – Solanaceous crops and Animal Husbandry, IT-ITES, and Retail.
In both Madhyamik and Higher Secondary exams, girl candidates appeared their board results in more numbers than boys. The TBSE president informed that mark sheets would be provided within the next one week and a window of 5 days would be provided for review applications.
In schools under the Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC), 82.36 percent of candidates passed in the Madhyamik stage while 95.43 percent passed in the Higher Secondary stage.
TBSE secretary Dr. Dey informed that the state education board would follow the CBSE syllabus and curriculum for all subjects next year.