Tripura Board Exam Date Sheet 2021 to be released by the Tripura Board of Secondary Education for Class 10, Class 12 Public Exams on TBSE Website. Students who are appearing the board exams can check details and download the date sheet.
As per the latest news, Tripura Board Exam 2021 for Class 10 and 12 has been postponed by the Tripura Board of Secondary Education, TBSE. The revised date will be announced later by the board depending on the prevailing scenario of COVID 19. The decision on the postponement of Tripura Board Exam 2021 has come after the students and parents have urged for the same.*
The Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) decided to conduct classes 10 and 12 examinations from May 18. There would be two sets of question papers with odd and even numbers for the examinees this year.
Students with odd roll numbers would get the odd set of question papers and those who have an even roll number, would be given an even set of question papers. For the Class 10 Madhyamik examinees, theory paper would be set with 80 marks while the rest 20 marks would be sourced from 5 marks each of weekly tests and internal projects or assignments and rest 10 marks would come from pre-board examinations.
The class 12 examinees would appear for theory examinations of 70 marks while the rest 30 marks would be included of 20 marks from actual experiments, 5 marks each from practical notebook and pre-board examinations.
Tripura Board Exam Date Sheet Details
|Date Sheet||Tripura Board Exam Date Sheet 2021|
|Board Name||Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE)|
|Conducting Exams||Class 10 and Class 12 Board Exams|
|Class 10 Exams||from May 18|
|Class 12 Exams||from May 18|
|Board Official Website||https://tbse.tripura.gov.in/|
TBSE Exam Dates: The Tripura Higher Secondary board exams or Class 12 board examinations would commence on May 18 and end on June 11. The Tripura Madhyamik or class 10 board examinations would start from May 18 and end on June 4.
Madrasa Alim examinations would start on May 19 along with Madhyamik regular examinations and end on June 9. The board schedule also said Madrasa Fazil Arts and Madrasa Fazil Theology examinations are scheduled to begin on May 18 and conclude on June 7 and June 5, respectively.
The Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) would begin it’s Higher Secondary board exams from May 18 this year. The exams would commence on May 18 and end on June 11. The Madhyamik or class 10 board examinations would start from May 18 and conclude on June 4.
|Class||TBSE Exam Dates|
|Class 12 Higher Secondary board exams||18-05-2021 to 11-06-2021|
|Class 10 Madhyamik board exams||18-05-2021 to 04-06-2021|
|Madrasa Alim examinations||18-05-2021 to 09-06-2021|
|Madrasa Fazil Arts examinations||18-05-2021 to 07-06-2021|
|Madrasa Fazil Theology examinations||18-05-2021 to 05-06-2021|
The pass mark for each subject would be 33 instead of 30 for the examinees who would appear for the new syllabus and for the old syllabus pattern, the pass mark would remain 30.
This year on, Board is going to introduce a sixth elective subject for the class 10 students where they can choose a language or non-language subject. Though the marks of the sixth elective subject would not be counted, but the benefit is that if they fail in their main language paper and score pass marks in the sixth elective paper, they would pass the exam. Similar is the case when students take any non-language paper as their sixth subject.
How to download Tripura Board Exam Date Sheet 2021?
Candidates can download the exam date sheet from Tripura Board TBSE Web portal by following the simple steps given below.
- First visit the official website of TBSE on https://tbse.tripura.gov.in/.
- On the home page, click on Announcement
- Announcements web page will appear
- Now click on the TBSE Exam Date Sheet 2021
- A new PDF file will open in new tab of your browser.
- Now candidates can check the exam details.
- Download the TBSE exam date sheet and keep a hard copy of the same for further need.
Board examinees of Madhyamik and Higher Secondary examinations would sit in English paper as their first examination. For the first time, the state education board is scheduled to conduct examinations with two sets of question papers – odd and even for examinees based on their roll numbers.
The marking system would include 80 marks from theory marks while the rest 20 marks would be sourced from weekly tests, class assignments, projects etc with 5 marks each and 10 marks would be added from pre-board examinations.