TBSE Madhyamik 10th Result 2020: The Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) has announced the Class 10 examinations (new syllabus) results on Friday, July 3. A total of 69.49% students passed the exam this year.
TBSE madhyamik results are being made available on the official website of TBSE at tsu.trp.nic.in or tripuraresults.nic.in. Students can also check their results at schooleducation.tripura.gov.in, tbse.in, tripura.nic.in, and other websites.
Tripura Board 10th exam 2020: Toppers
First rank holder: Dipayan Debnath from Netaji Subhash Vidyaniketan in Agartala bagged first place securing a total 488 marks.
Second rank holder: Megha Sharma from Sankaracharya Vidyayatan Girls’ Class in Agartala got total 487 to bag second position.
On the other hand, there are two more students – Trishasree Dewan from Resham Bagan H.S school and Abhiraj Paul from Shishu Bihar H.S school in Agartala got the second positions.
Third rank holder: Aldrin Roy from Udaipur English Medium H.S School in Gomati district , Yashraj Das from Amarpur English Medium H.S School in Gomati district, Debadrita Pal from Shishu Bihar H.S School in Agartala and Medha Sharma from Sankaracharya Vidyayatan Girls’ Class in Agartala stood third and each got total 483 marks.
How to check TBSE class 10th result 2020:
- Step 1: Go to the official website of TBSE at http://tbse.in/new/welcome.html.
- Step 2: Select on the link for Class 10 result 2020
- Step 3: Login by using roll number
- Step 4: The TBSE Class 10th result will be displayed on the screen
- Step 5: Carefully check if there is any discrepancy/mistake in your result. In case you find one, immediately report to school or authorities concerned
TBSE 10th Class Result 2020: List of websites to check scores
Over 39,000 students have taken the Tripura board Class 10 exams in two segments – old syllabus and new syllabus for their Madhyamik examinations this year, with exams beginning from March 3.
Earlier, TBSE deferred the remaining board exams that were slated to be held from 5 June. That was the second time TBSE postponed the exams. It had in May rescheduled the papers in consultation with the Tripura government.