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Tibetan Schools’ AISSCE Result Improved 2021

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The Central Board of Secondary Education, in the afternoon of Friday, 30 July, 2021 announced the AISSCE result 2021 through its official website The Tibetan schools recorded the highest ever pass percentage of 99.81 % with 27 Tibetan students scoring 95 % and above this year. From the 27 Sikyong Scholarship recipients, 21 are from THF Mussoorie, 2 from STS Mundgod and 1 each from TCV Upper Dharamsala, TCV School Suja, TCV Gopalpur and STS Bylakuppe.

From the 16 Tibetan senior secondary schools, 1060 out of 1062 cleared the exam, and 2 students were placed in the compartment category. Except for two, rest of the 14 Tibetan schools produced cent percent results this year with an average percentage of 78.41 bettering last year by 2.21 %. The Gaden Phodrang awardees for the year 2021 are as follow:

  1. Arts Stream
S.No. Name Gender School Percentage
1 Dekyi Yangzom Female THS Mussoorie 99
2 Tenzin Paldon Female THS Mussoorie 98.8
3 Tenzin Choenzin Female THS Mussoorie 98.6
  1. Commerce Stream
S.No. Name Gender School Percentage
1 Tenzin Gyaltsen Male THS Mussoorie 97
2 Tenzin Tsekyi Female THS Mussoorie 95.8
3 Tenzin Dorjee Bhutia Male THS Mussoorie 95.4
  1. Science Stream
S.No. Name Gender School Percentage
1 Tenzin Konchok Desel Female THS Mussoorie 97
2 Tenzing Lacksang Male THS Mussoorie 97
3 Tenzin Choezin Female STS Mundgod 96.8
4 Tenzin Paldon Female THS Mussoorie 96

Earlier on 1 June, 2021, keeping in view the safety and wellbeing of students and teachers during the second wave of COVID-19, CBSE cancelled the class 12 board examination 2021 and released the result without conducting any exams. The board with the help of an Expert Committee developed a well-defined assessment criteria, and adopted 30:30:40 formula for the tabulation of marks for class 12 board examination 2021 as per following:

  • 30 % marks of class 10 based on the average theory component of best three performing subjects out of five main subjects
  • 30 % marks of class 11 based on the theory component
  • 40 % marks of class 12 based on unit test/mid-term test/pre-board exam.

The Department of Education, CTA congratulates all the students and their teachers for the effort they have put in throughout the year amidst pandemic and the success they have achieved in the class 12 board exam, and wishes all the best to the graduated students for their future endeavours.

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