Tripura Board conducts the class 10th and 12th board examinations at the state level. Annually lakhs of students have registered themselves under the state board. Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) is the state academic board responsible for conducting the examination process annually. For this, the board releases the routine, admit card and the result online on its official website- tbse.in. While students can attain the entire information through the link directly from our page. Here through this article, we are going to discuss the routine, admit card and result in detail. So, scroll down the page and read out the entire content given below.
Tripura Board- Routine, Admit Card, Result
Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) is the state educational board came into the existence in the year 1976. The board conducts the examinations for secondary (class 10th) as well as higher secondary (class 12th) level. In 1976 only the board conducts its first public examination. While in 1978 the board introduced the higher secondary examination. Therefore, since 1981 the board conducts the two major public examinations- Madhyamik Pariksha (Secondary Examination) and Higher Secondary Examination (for old and vocational courses). Along with this in 2009 Tripura board introduces the Madhyamik Madarssa Education. Tripura Board is one of the boards which introduced the centralized evaluation system from the starting.
TBSE Class 10th and 12th Routine
TBSE conducts the examinations annually in the month of March. Lakhs of students have appeared for class 10th and 12th examinations annually. So, to conduct the examinations board releases the routine online on its official website. Tripura Board makes the availability of routine in the pdf format. The routine consists of the dates of the examinations, subject list, and the examination timings. The board release the exam dates by the month of January. To obtain the routine students need to follow certain steps. To know more about Tripura board visit the link provided on this page.
TBSE Class 10th and 12th Admit Card
Admit card is the mandatory document to be carried on the day of examination. Therefore, students are required to carry the admit card issued by the board. Without it, students are not allowed to appear for the exams. The board releases the admit card a month prior than the exam dates. Admit card makes the availability of the admit card at the school login. If so, then students need to collect their admit card from their respective schools. At the same time to obtain the admit card students need to follow certain steps provided in our page. Along with this the admit card consists of the roll number of the candidate, exam centre details and many more.
TBSE Class 10th and 12th Result
After the completion of the examinations, the Tripura Board releases the result for class 10th and 12th. Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) declares the result online on its official website. The students of class 10th and 12th receive their result by the month of May. The students of science, commerce and arts stream receive their result on separate links. To check the result students must ready with their roll number. The roll number is provided to the students through their admit card. TBSE class 10th and 12th result consist of the list of subjects, marks obtained in theory and practical as well as the status of the result.
Tripura Board Supplementary Examination
Along with the main examinations Tripura board also conducts the supplementary examinations. So, here we are going to discuss the same. The supplementary exams is a second chance provided to the students in order to obtain the passing marks in the desired subjects. Therefore, keeping in mind the future of the students board conducts the supplementary exams. After the declaration of the result of the main examinations, Tripura board conducts the supplementary exams in the month of July and by the month of August, the board releases the result.
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