TBSE 12th HS Result 2020: The Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) has announced the Ucchaya Madhyamik results on Friday at 9 AM. Class 12 students will be able to access the TBSE result by 9:45 AM on the official website portal – tripura.nic.in or tbresults.tripura.gov.in. Also Read - Tripura CM Biplab Deb Tests Negative For Coronavirus, To Follow Home Quarantine For Next 7 Days
The TBSE 12th HS exams 2020 were held in March this year, however, a few subject exams had remained pending due to the coronavirus-infused lockdown. The Tripura Board planned to conduct the remaining exams in June, but eventually cancelled it as the lockdown was extended. Also Read - Tripura CM Biplab Deb Goes Into Self-isolation After Family Members Test Positive For Coronavirus
Here’s how to check your TBSE 12th HS Result 2020: Also Read - TBSE 12th HS Result 2020 Declared: Who Are The Streamwise Toppers? Pass Percentage This Year
Step 1: Visit the official website of TBSE – tbresults.tripura.gov.in
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the link for ‘Tripura Ucchaya Madhyamik Result 2020’
Step 3: Enter your roll number and credentials in the required fields
Step 4: Hit Submit
Step 5: Your TBSE 12th Result 2020 will be on your screen
Step 6: Download it and save for future reference
Alternatively, if a student is unable to access the website, they can get their results via SMS by typing – TBSE12<space><ROLL NO> – and sending it to 54242.
Marks on Cancelled Papers
Class 12 students will be awarded marks on the cancelled papers based on the maximum marks they get in a subject paper that was conducted. As a result, if a student scores the highest in Science, he/she will be awarded the same marks in the cancelled Statistics exam.
The Tripura Board was not able to conduct exams for Sanskrit, Statistics, Economics, Psychology, Arabic and Music, Geography, Home Management and Home Nursing, as well as Nutrition.
The TBSE had announced the Class 10 results 2020 earlier this month. A total of 69.49 per cent students cleared the exam. The pass percentage was significantly lower than in 2019, where 79.05 per cent students had cleared the Tripura board Madhyamik exams.