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2016 Result of Class XII students of Tibetan schools

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Chart showing how many students from each stream have scored 75% and above since 2010

Chart showing how many students from each stream have scored 75% and above since 2010

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared class XII board examination results on May 21, 2016, Saturday. From Tibetan schools in India, 1359 students appeared in the All India Secondary School Certificate Examination (AISSCE) conducted by CBSE in March 2016, and among them 1224 passed, 18 failed and 115 were placed under compartment category (failed in one subject). This year also, the girls outshine the boys.

Among 17 Tibetan Senior Secondary Schools in India, four schools namely, TCV School Selekui, SOS TCV School Suja, STS Paonta and SOS TCV Bylakuppe have achieved 100% result this year, whose average pass percentage stand as TCV Selekui (76.86%), SOS TCV Suja (76.80%), STS Paonta (73.33%) and SOS TCV Bylakuppe (72.30%).

This year 342 students scored above 75% and among them 10 students scored more than 90%. This year number of students failed in the examination is decreased by 7 students and number of compartment students is increased by 15. The overall pass percentage of Tibetan schools is 90.07.

The toppers of 2016 year Class XII students from three streams are: 1) Ms. Tenzin Tsomo, TCV Selekui topped among science students with 94.2%, 2) Ms. Tenzin Nordon, Upper TCV topped among commerce student with 88%, and 3) Mr. Tenzin Phuntosk, THF, Mussoorie topped among Arts students with 92.8%.

The awardees for Gaden Phodrang Award the year 2016 are: A) Science Stream: Tenzin Tsomo, (94.2%) from TCV Selakui, Tenzin Dechen (91%) from CST Kalimpong and Tsering Sonam (89.6%) from TCV Selekui B) Commerce Stream: Tenzing Nordon (88%) from TCV Upper Dharamsala, Tenzin Namdol (83.6%) from CST Mundgod and Tenzin Yekha (82.4%) and Thinley Wangmo (82.4%) from TCV Upper Dharamsala. And C) Arts Stream: Tenzin Phuntosk (92.8%) from THF, Mussoorie, Tenzin Bhuti (91.6%) and Tenzin Nordin (91.6%) from TCV Suja and Dawa Choedon (91 %), from CST Bylakuppe.

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