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Tripura Board, TBSE 10th 12th Result 2021: Released on July 31 on tripuraresults.nic.in, tbse.tripura.gov.in

Tripura Board of Secondary Education, TBSE 10th 12th Result 2021 has been announced. Tripura Board Madhyamik Result 2021 has been released on the official website tbresults.tripura.gov.in. As for the HS Result, TBSE 12th Result would also be released shortly. Results would also be available on tbse.tripura.gov.in and tripuraresults.nic.in. Tripura HS Result would be announced soon.

Board President Dr. Bhabatosh Saha announced the date for the Tripura Madhyamik HS Results. While the board results are ready, a few last minute preparations was underway. As and when it is completed, the grades of the students would be released. TBSE Board Exams were cancelled this year. Schools have been asked to submit marks on the basis of the evaluation criteria released by the board.

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TBSE 10th 12th Result 2021: How to check

  • Go to the official website tbse.tripura.gov.in or tripurraresults.nic.in
  • On the home page, click on the link for Madhyamik Result 2021 and HS Result 2021
  • A new window would open
  • Enter roll number and submit to view your result
  • Tripura Board, TBSE Evaluation Criteria for Class 10, 12

Tripura Board Exams 2021 were cancelled this year. The board instead released the evaluation criteria as decided by an expert committee for assessment. Basis the criteria, Tripura Board 10th and 12th Results 2021 have been announced.

As per the evaluation criteria, Tripura Board Madhyamik or TBSE 10th result will be calculated on the basis of performance in pre-board examination. Marks scored in Language, Science, Social Science from the pre-board will be used to calculate the score. Higher marks scored by students in English and Maths would be considered. As for Class 12, Tripura HS Result would consider marks scored in Class 11 as well as Class 10. 30% weightage is given to marks of Class 10 and 11 each. Remaining 40%, like CBSE, would be given to the marks scored by students in Class 12 internal examinations.

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