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    Tripura govt’s prepared evaluation formula for class X and XII board students’ expert panel

    The TBSE president also informed that the students would be given a chance to appear for examination in case they are not satisfied with the marks awarded to them from August 10 to September 20.

    Agartala: The evaluation process for the students of Class 10 and 12 would be done on the basis of their pre-board examinations, internal assessment and previous examinations records, said Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) president Dr Bhabatosh Saha in Agartala on Saturday.

    Saha informed the reporters that the pre-board examinations were held for only three subjects—Language, Science and Social Science papers. While, the students of Class 10, they would be given marks based on the papers they appeared on.

    “The highest marks among all the three subjects will be awarded to the students in the remaining two subjects English and Mathematics exams of which were not held”, Saha said.

    The board examinations for the Class 10 and 12 students were cancelled last month in view of the surge of Coronavirus cases As per the decision of the board and the education department, the students would be promoted to their next classes The results would be announced after evaluation on July 31 next.

    He said that for the students of Class 10, their pre-board examinations marks would be awarded to them and for those students who failed to appear in the examinations, they would be given marks obtained in Class 9 examinations.

    “For Class 12 students, 30 percent marks would be taken from the highest-scoring theory subject in Class 10 board exams and from theory portion in the particular subject in Class 11 and another 40 percent marks would be taken from their internal assessment of Class 12,” he said.

    The TBSE president also informed that the students would be given a chance to appear for examination in case they are not satisfied with the marks awarded to them from August 10 to September 20.

    A total of 73,818 students were enrolled for the secondary and higher secondary examination. This includes 46,613 students from Class 10 and 27,205 from Class 12.

    Abhijit Nath

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