Tripura Board Result 2016
The D-day is arriving. Tripura Board Results has been announced in the month of May/June. Lakhs of students take the exam every year and they all wait for 2 odd months to get the final result. Well, get hold of your lucky charms, because the results has been announced.
Whether you want information on TBSE HS results (Higher Secondary) or Secondary Results (10th class), this guide will help you in all aspects. You’ll learn how to check your result, important dates to remember, previous year statistics and how to get the re-evaluation form – if, god forbid, there is a problem with your result.
Latest – TBSE 2016 Results has been declared.
TBSE Results 2016
10th Board Result (Madhyamik Pariksha) and (Higher Secondary) HS Result
The Secondary Exams or 10th Board Exams ended on 28th March, 2016. Before the results are announced, have a look at this important information so you’re all set on the D-day.
Official website for Result –
The official website for checking both HS Results (12th class) and Secondary or Madhyamik Results (10th class) is http://www.tripuraresults.nic.in//
If you want to have a look at more information such as important announcements from the TBSE board, you should visit www.tbse.in.
How to check the result
Before you reach the end of your wits finding your result, here are the exact steps you can follow:
- Visit the official website http://tripuraresults.nic.in/
- Click on Tripura Board Madhyamik Result 2016
- Enter your Roll Number and your Date of Birth as written in your school documents.
- Press enter to go to the results page.
- We recommend getting a print copy of the results page. It will help you while applying for entrance exams.
Note – Don’t use the print copy of your result as the official marksheet while applying to colleges. Make sure you obtain your marksheet as well as the certificate from your school.
Quite often it happens that an answer lefts unchecked or the marks aren’t awarded accurately. When your marks for a subject are too less than what you expected, you should apply for re-evaluation. You just need to fill a form, deposit a small fees and your answer copy will be reevaluated.
To apply for re-evaluation of your answer copy, visit http://tbse.in/new/download.html and find the right form. Such forms are usually available once after the result is declared. So once you get the result, the forms will be available on the official website.
If you want to have a look at your answer sheet and review your own performance, you can apply for ‘self-inspection of answer sheet’. The form is available on http://tbse.in/new/download.html
June first week – You need to be on your toes when the D-day draws near. While the exact date is still unknown, the results are usually announced in the first week of June.
Last year, the Madhyamik or 10th class results were declared on June 3 and the 12th class or HS results were declared on June 6. At that time, 2.9 lakh students enrolled in the HS exam (12th) while only 2.1 Lakh could pass.