If the Covid-19 state of affairs comes below management, the Tripura board class 10 and 12 examinations 2021 are expected to start from May 10, knowledgeable Education Minister Ratan Lal Nath.
“Regular classes for Class 10 and 12 have started from December 7 and would continue till March 30 till declaration of conduct of their pre-board examination. We have decided so far, to conduct the board examinations from May 10 till June 9. If anything goes wrong, further decisions will be taken, “ said Nath after a meeting with officials of Education department, Tripura Board of Secondary Education ( TBSE) and governing body on Wednesday evening.
For the first time, there would be two sets of question papers for the board examinees and the pass mark for each subject would be 33 instead of 30. School authorities need to send applications of the board exams candidates to the TBSE between January 17 and 25.
“We have asked the schools to conduct the pre-board examinations of Class 10 and 12 from April 1 to April 20. Results of the examinations need to be published by April 30. The practical exams need to be completed between March 15 to 30,” he mentioned.
Tabulated particulars of marks secured by college students of their pre-board exams, weekly assessments and subject-related assignments could be despatched to the state board by May eight for inclusion within the remaining examination analysis. The remaining board examination marks would come with 10 marks for pre-board examination, 5 marks every from weekly assessments and assignments.
In case of ‘bochhor bachao’ scheme or save-a-year, if any college students fail, they will both seem for compartmental examinations a 12 months later or can take readmission to Class 10 and 12.
The scheme was launched this 12 months for the scholars who failed in two topics however managed an combination rating of no less than 150 marks.