In the wake of scholar’s protest for the final 4 days, the Tripura authorities Thursday directed the Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) to evaluate the outcomes of Madhyamik (class 10) and better secondary (class 12) examinations, state Education Minister Ratan Lal Nath stated. Nath advised reporters that the secondary and better secondary outcomes had been declared by the TBSE as per the analysis course of prescribed by a 10-member knowledgeable committee for the evaluation of scholars as board exams couldn’t be held this 12 months in view of the COVID-19 scenario. But it was discovered that many college students had been dissatisfied with their efficiency so the federal government has requested the board to evaluate the outcomes to seek out out the errors, he stated.
“After witnessing protests by students, we have asked the board to review the results of candidates who failed to clear the examinations this year and so there is no need for any further agitation,” the training minister stated. The analysis course of was primarily based on the efficiency of scholars within the earlier class examination and the evaluation report for every of the scholars has come from their respective faculties, Nath stated. Over 80 per cent of candidates have handed the secondary examination, whereas 95.20 per cent have handed the upper secondary examination this 12 months. “The board was asked to find out if there was any fault in the evaluation process or the results sent by the school authorities. If there is any fault, the board will hold talks with the school authorities and fix the problem,” Nath stated.
The minister requested those that have handed the examination however are nonetheless dissatisfied with the outcomes to reappear for the examination, to be performed by the board as per an order of the Supreme Court. The examinations are more likely to be introduced by the top of August or the start of September, the minister stated. “The board will find a permanent solution in consultation with the school authorities. The entire process of reviewing the results would take a maximum of one week,” Nath stated. Results of Madhyamik and better secondary examinations had been introduced on Saturday and Sunday respectively.
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