Tripura Board revises Class 10th, 12th results after addition of seven new rank-holders – education
The Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) reviewed the Class 10 and Class 12 board results as seven more students were placed on the top ten lists of both classes. list. After the review process, three new students earned a spot on the list. Similarly, the Class 12 board exams scored 17 holders of the top ten ranks in the Science section and 11 in the Humanities section. The results of the review included four students on the merit list with two from each stream.
Based on the revised Class 10 results, Diptanu Saha from Udaipur English Medium School scored a total of 482 for fourth position; Arunima Pal from Belonia Vidyapith came in ninth with a total of 477 points and Soumik Saha from Belonia English Medium School became tenth after getting a total of 476 points.
The reviewed Class 12 Science results showed that both Pranab Debnath from Umakanta Academy and Archismita Deb from Dharmanagar Girls’ Higher Secondary School ranked 10th with a total of 451 out of 500. Similarly, Paromita Das from Belonia Vidyapith and Santanu Roy from Arundhatinagar Higher Secondary School secured the eighth and tenth position of the Humanities stream by scoring 461 and 459 points respectively.
“The changes to the top ten merit lists occurred through review and the results of the self-inspection. Small differences were found in the evaluation. The revised results of the new Class 10 and 12 rank holders were released before Durga Puja, ”said TBSE President Dr. Bhabatosh Saha. However, he was unable to share the grades obtained by the new rank holders prior to the review process.
The TBSE declared Class 10 results on July 3 of this year which registered a 69.49% approval rating. A total of 48,994 candidates took the exams.
The results of Class 12 were published on July 31 and registered an 89.85% pass rate in the Science section and a 79.52% pass rate in the Humanities section. The average pass rate for class 12 was 80.80%.
More than 5,000 students, including 4,679 from Class 10 and 5,387 from Class 12, requested the review process this year, Saha said.