BY TC News Desk
Agartala, June 05, 2023: The trend of girls outshining boys continued once again as the result of Class X and XII was declared by the Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) on Monday.
The total pass percentage of candidates appearing in Class X is 86.02 percent and Class XII is 83.24 percent. Among them, girl students of Class X recorded 86.17 percent and that of boys is 85.84 percent while girls of Class XII bagged 84.19 percent and that of boys is 82.16 percent.
Addressing a press conference at TBSE office premises here in Agartala city on Monday noon, Board’s president Dr Bhabatosh Saha said “Altogether 38,129 candidates comprising 17,939 males and 20,189 females appeared in the Madhyamik examinations in 2022 from 1083 schools across the state. The examination was conducted in 162 examination venues under 77 examination centres.”
“Among the eight districts, Gomati district bagged the top position with 92.30 percent of passed-out candidates while North Tripura district recorded the last position with 77.80 percent of candidates succeeded. Out of 1083 schools, 214 schools recorded 100 percent pass of students who appeared in Madhyamik examination while students appeared from two schools and none passed”, he added.
On the other hand, in total, 33,452 candidates comprising 15,592 males and 17,860 females appeared in Class XII i.e. HS+2 examination conducted by the TBSE. The students appeared from 408 schools and examination was conducted in 112 venues under 64 centres. The Sepahijala district bagged the highest pass percentage of 88.60 percent and West Tripura district with lowest pass percentage of 69.96 percent. 19 schools out of 408 schools recorded 100 percent passed out students and one attained zero passed out student in HS+2 examination, Dr Saha said.
He also said “In HS+2 examination, 4,034 students from Science stream appeared, 834 students appeared from Commerce stream and 28,522 students appeared from Humanities stream.”
“This year, a total of 50 ‘Divyangjan’ students comprising 23 girls and 27 boys appeared in Class X examinations and 20 ‘Divyangjan’ students comprising 10 boys and girls each appeared in Class XII examinations. Among them, 13 students of Class X are blind and 6 blind students of Class XII”.
“An examinee has been expelled from the Board exam conducted at RK Institution centre in Kailashahar under Unakoti district for adopting unfair means. This year, no candidate had enrolled their names from the correctional homes in Tripura”, TBSE President told the media personnel.
He further added “In the Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council, 86.02 percent of students achieved qualifying marks in Class X examinations and 83.24 percent in Class XII examinations conducted by the TBSE. In Class X this year, 11,238 students registered their names, 113 did not appear, 1,583 failed and 9,582 qualified the Board examination. In Class XII this year, 7,872 students registered their names, 89 did not appear, 1,700 failed and 6,083 bagged qualifying scores.”
TBSE Secretary Dulal Dey said that the Board examinations of Class X and XII started on March 15 and ended on April 19. The evaluation of answer sheets began on May 2. The mark sheets will be distributed within 10 days next through the schools. Students can apply for review in three subjects, students can appear in two subjects under ‘Bachar Bachao’ (Save the Year) programme. For 2024, the procedure of enrollment of students has been completed and the compartmental process would begin. The practical examinations will begin in November next and pre-board will begin from December’s last week while the Board examination will begin from the third week of February next, he added.