The percentage pass rate of Tibetan students however somewhat disappointingly dropped from last year's score of 92.99%, to an average of 86.48%. Of this average, male students achieved a pass rate of 86.59%, whilst female students gained an 86.39% score.
Top achieving students were: Monika Chauhan of CST Herbertpur, who scored 91.4% in Science; Pema Dolkar of TCV Gopalpur who scored 89.6% in Arts; Tenzin Choedon of TCV SOS Bylakuppe who achieved 90.6% in Commerce and Tenzin Sangmo of CST Mundgod achieving 87.8% in vocational studies.
Out of the total of 1337 pupils attending 14 Tibetan schools across India, 1280 were registered as participants of the examinations. From this number, a total of 1107 students passed successfully, 39 failed and 57 were absent for the exams.
The following rankings reflect the 14 school results: TCV Gopalpur (100%), CST Mundgod (98.73%), CST Kalimpong (97.06%), TCV-SOS Bylakuppe (95.91%), TNMF, Clement town (95.24%), THF, Mussoorie (84.62%), CST Dalhousie (84.00%), TCV, Upper Dharamsala (81.19%), CST Paonta (79.41%), CST Bylakuppe (78.05%), CST Darjeeling (74.24%), CST Herbertpur (67.65%), CST Mussoorie (65.82%) and CST Shimla (64.71%).