The Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) on Friday declared the Class 10 examinations (new syllabus) outcomes. A complete of 69.49% college students handed the examination this 12 months. Dipayan Debnath from Netaji Subhash Vidyaniketan in Agartala stood first and he acquired whole 488 marks. Megha Sharma from Sankaracharya Vidyayatan Girls’ School in Agartala acquired whole 487 to bag second place. Another two college students – Trishasree Dewan from Resham Bagan H.S faculty and Abhiraj Paul from Shishu Bihar H.S faculty in Agartala acquired the second positions.Total 24 college students are within the prime ten listing. Those who’ve appeared within the Tripura Board Madhyamik or 10th examinations can test their outcomes by visiting the official web site of Tripura board at tripuraresults.nic.in,tbse.in or www.tripura.nic.in. Students should key of their roll quantity, registration on the end result login web page. A complete of 48994 candidates appeared for Class 10 exams of which 22836 are males and 26158 are females this 12 months.
Steps to test TBSE Madhyamik or Class 10 end result 2020:
Visit the official web sites of Tripura board at tripuraresults.nic.in or tbse.in
Go to the link for TBSE 10th outcomes on this web page
Enter the required particulars like roll quantity and registration quantity as on the login web page
Your end result will seem on the display
TBSE had cancelled all remaining exams of Class 10 (previous syllabus), Class 12 together with Madrassa Alim (new and previous syllabus), Madrassa Fazil Theology and Madrassa Fazil Arts as a result of Covid-19 pandemic. TBSE 10th exams have been carried out in whole 77 centres. The Class 10 (new syllabus) examinations started from March 03 and continued until March 21. The analysis of their reply copies began from April 24 and ended on May 22.
Last date for submitting assessment utility within the college students’ respective colleges will likely be July 8. The TBSE board has fastened totally different dates for receiving assessment purposes from the colleges to take care of social distancing within the wake of COVID-19 pandemic.