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CBSE declares results of Classes X and XII under Special Scheme of Assessment

Announcement, Circulars, Result

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Friday, 22 July 2022 declared the results of both Classes XII and X on its official website In Class XII, a total of 1027 students from 16 Tibetan schools appeared for the AISSCE, out of which 997 cleared the exam with an overall pass percentage of 97.08, and an average percentage of 73.48, whereas, 1188 students in Class X from 27 schools appeared for the AISSE, out of which 1117 cleared the exam with an overall pass percentage of 94.02 and an average percentage of 63.14.

Tenzin Woeser of STS Bylakuppe with 95.2 % and Tenzin Choedon of TCV School, Upper Dharamsala with 95 %, both belonging to Class XII Arts are the recipients of the Sikyong Scholarship this year.

The Gaden Phodrang awardees for the year 2022 are as follows:

  1. Arts Stream
S.No Name Gender School Percentage
1 Tenzin Woeser Female STS Bylakuppe 95.2
2 Tenzin Choedon Female TCV School, Upper Dharamsala 95
3 Chungdak Female STS Bylakuppe 94.6
4 Tenzin Dolker Female STS Mundgod 94.6

2. Science Stream

S.No Name Gender School Percentage
1 Tenzin Pema Female TCV School, Selakui 94.6
2 Tenzin Rangdol Male TCV School, Selakui 92.8
3 Choelsum Lhamo Female THF Mussoorie 92.4

3. Commerce Stream

S.No Name Gender School Percentage
1 Tenzin Zomkey Gyalpo Female TCV School, Bylakuppe 94.2
2 Tenzing Chosang Female STS Mundgod 92.6
3 Tenzin Youdon Female TCV School, Bylakuppe 88.8

For the academic session 2021-22, considering the prevailing COVID-19 Pandemic situation and making the examinations student-centric, transparent, and technology-driven, the CBSE conducted examinations of both Classes X and XII in two terms through offline mode. The Term 1 exam was conducted in Nov-Dec 2021 through Multiple Choice Questions. The Term 2 exam was held in Apr-Jun 2022 through questions of different formats (case-based / situation-based, open-ended – short answer / long answer type).

As per CBSE circular dated 23.07.2022, the final results of both Classes X and XII in theory papers have been calculated with 30 % weightage for Term 1 and 70 % weightage for Term 2. In practical, equal weightage has been given to both terms.

The Department of Education, CTA congratulates all the students who have successfully cleared the exam, and the stakeholders including teachers and parents who have equally contributed to their success. DoE also extends its best wishes to all the students for their future endeavours.

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