Agartala , Jun 05, 2023, ENEWSTIME Desk
Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) officially announced the results of the Madhyamik and Higher Secondary examinations for the academic year 2022-23.
This year, 86.02% of students cleared the Madhyamik exams and 83.02% passed the Higher Secondary exams.
Comparing the current results with the previous year's statistics, there has been a slight increase in the pass rates in the Madhyamik examination - the pass rate was 84% last year.
However, the pass rate in the higher Secondary examinations was 94% in the previous year.
During a press conference held at the TBSE office in Agartala, Dr. Bhabatosh Saha, the president of TBSE, provided further details regarding the performance of different districts in Tripura.
Gomati district secured the highest pass percentage of 92.30% in the Madhyamik exams, whereas North Tripura district recorded the lowest pass percentage of 77.80%.
In the Higher Secondary exams, Sepahijala district (88.60%) attained the highest pass percentage, while Dhalai district had the lowest (69.96%).
Dr Bhabatosh Saha also said, “Total 391 students got Grade A-1 in the Madhyamik while 133 got A-1 grade in the Higher Secondary examination”.
“This year, total 38,129 students enrolled for the Madhyamik and 33, 453 students in the Higher Secondary examinations. The ADC area schools had a total of 11,238 secondary examinees this year, out of which 113 did not appear for the exams. Among the remaining candidates, 1583 failed, while 9,582 successfully passed. This brings the overall pass rate to 84.9%, with 24 students achieving A1 grades and 125 receiving A2 grades”, Dr Saha said.
In the higher secondary exams, there were 7,872 examinees from the ADC area schools, with 7,623 students failing in Arts, 207 in Science, and 89 in Commerce.
The overall pass rate for higher secondary exams in the ADC area was 77.27%, with 6 students securing A1 grades and 52 attaining A2 grades.
At the district level, West Tripura had the highest number of candidates enrolled for the secondary exams, with 8,253 students, while Khowai district had the lowest enrollment, with 3,324 candidates.
For the higher secondary exams, West Tripura district also had the highest number of candidates, totaling 2,871.
The Madhyamik examinations were conducted between March 16 and April 18, while the Higher Secondary exams took place from March 15 to April 19 for the academic year 2022-23.
A total of 38,116 candidates appeared for the Secondary examination, while 33,435 candidates sat for the Higher Secondary examination.
TBSE has provided students with the option to check their results online through the official TBSE website at tbse.tripura.gov.in.