While the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Delhi declared the results of AISSCE 2018 on Saturday, 26 May 2018, the Department of Education, Central Tibetan Administration, Dharamsala published the results of Tibetan students in Tibetan schools where the Tibetan girls have once again out-shined the boys in the pass percentage.
“This year too, the girls have outperformed boys with about 4.24 per cent. The girls have scored 97.59 per cent while the boys are at 93.35 per cent.” said the report in the official website of Central Tibetan Administration on Monday, where it also added that the overall results of the Tibetan students have improved both qualitatively and quantitatively.
“Out of 1193 students who appeared in class 12 exam in March 2018, a total of 1140 have passed. The overall pass percentage this year is 95.56 which has increased by 8.72 percent from last year with pass percentage of 86.92. Qualitatively too, with an average of 65.84 percent, there has been an increase of 3.79 percent with 62.05 percent last year.” added the report.
While there are five Tibetan schools, namely, TCV Suja, TCV Gopalpur, STS Paonta, CST Darjeeling, CST Bylakuppe and TNMF Clement town having an excellent hundred per cent result, Kachok Wangmo of THS Mussoorie tops Arts Stream with 92%, Tenzin Tsundue of TCV Selakui tops the Science stream with 93% and Tenzin Tobden of SOS-TCV Bylakuppe tops the Commerce Stream with 94.2% this year.
The Department of Education, CTA also congratulated all the students who have successfully cleared the AISSCE 2018 and the teachers who have contributed in their success. The one who could not succeed in clearing the exam should not get discouraged as it is temporary and there are many more chances in future.