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The class 10 and 12 Tripura Board exams are likely to be released by July 31.

Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) has released the evaluation criteria for assessing Class 10 and 12 students.

As per the evaluation criteria, the students will be assessed on the basis of pre-board, internal assessment and previous class exam results.

“Results of pre-board, internal assessment and previous class would be taken for evaluation of Class 10 and 12 students. After evaluation, we will announce their results by July 31,” Indian Express quoted TBSE president Dr. Bhabatosh Saha, as saying.

The exam results once released will be available at the websites-,

The Tripura government had earlier cancelled the board exam owing to the Covid-19 pandemic situation.

A total of 26,610 candidates enrolled for class 10 and 27,205 for the class 12 exam.

For class 10, the pre-board exams were held on three subjects Language, Science and Social Science.

The students who have appeared in the exams will get marks on the basis of exam, for the rest two papers- English and maths, the highest marks achieved in any of the three subjects will be awarded to them.

The students who did not appear in the pre-board exam will be assessed on the basis of class 9 results.

For class 12, the students will be assessed by taking 30 per cent marks of class 10 and 11 highest-scoring subject.

The rest 40 per cent will be taken based on class 12 internal assessment or practical examinations.

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