Tripura TBSE Higher Secondary Examinations held

Tripura TBSE Higher Secondary Examinations – Tripura Board Higher Secondary (Class XII) examinations started on March 1 with nearly 27,000 candidates appearing for the examinations this year, as per IE report. Speaking to the media, TBSE Deputy Secretary Pradip Sengupta said that an estimated 27,000 candidates including 13,940 male and 13,264 female candidates are appearing for their Higher Secondary examinations. He also informed that the HS exams are being conducted across 59 centres and 81 additional venues created across 8 districts of the state.

The first day of the board examination went smoothly and there were no reports of cheating, paper leak reported from any centre, quoting a senior official as saying, the report said. It may be recalled that in December 2018, the Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) announced dates for Madhyamik (Class X) examinations and Higher Secondary (Class XII) examinations for 2019. The Board is slated to hold the Madhyamik examinations from March 2 -19 while the Higher Secondary examinations started from today and would continue till March 30, noted the report.

Madrasa Fazil examination began yesterday and will continue as per HS examination schedule till the end of the month.  Madrasa Alim examinations would begin today and end on April 1.

Around 25,443 students appeared their HS examinations across 380 schools in Tripura in 2018. Among those who examinations, 78.62 % passed, which was marginally higher than 77.31% pass percentage from 2017, the report pointed out.

Madhyamik examination results revealed, “bad performance” of students as only 59.59% of students passed, 7.79% lower than the previous year. Tripura’s government later formed a fact-finding committee to examine the causes of the decline in the percentage of students who passed their Madhyamik examination conducted by Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE), added the report.

Tripura Board of Higher Secondary Education class 12 exam 2019

March 1 – English
March 5 – Bengali/Hindi/Mizo/Kokborok
March 7 – Chemistry/Political Science/Sociology
March 9 – Business Studies/Education/Physics
March 12 – Accountancy/Biology/History
March 18 – Sanskrit/ Statistics
March 20 – Geography
March 25 – Psychology
March 27 – Economics
March 29 – Home Management and Home nursing/nutrition
March 30 – Arabic/Music


Prior to 1976, all the High and Higher Secondary Schools of Tripura were affiliated under the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education and the students of Tripura had to appear at the School Final and Higher Secondary Examinations conducted by the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education.

Back in 1976, the Tripura Board of Secondary Education conducted its first Public Examinations – School Final Examination [old system], Madhyamik Pariksha (Secondary Examination) [new system], and Higher Secondary Examination [old system]. Subsequently, Higher Secondary (+2) Examination [new system] was introduced in 1978.

With the abolition of old courses, the Tripura Board of Secondary Education now conducts two major Public Examinations — Madhyamik Pariksha (Secondary Examination) and Higher Secondary (+2 stage) [ both General and Vocational courses ] Examination since 1981. With the passage of time, the core curricula were also changed from time to time and ultimately adopted the syllabi as per NCF, 2000 guidelines from 2006. The Syllabi and Question Pattern as per guidelines of NCF, 2005 are under active consideration of the Board. The Board has introduced the Madhyamik Madrassa Education in 2009.

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