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Dharanshala: - This year, the Tibetan students have shown a remarkable progress in their results. Since 2010, there has been a 150% increase in the number of students who have scored above 75 percent. Further, since the Department of Education introduced the scholarship scheme in 2012, there has been an increase of 37%.

In 213, the majority of the students who had scored more than 90 percent were from a Science background. This year, there is uniformity between the toppers, indicating improvement in the Commerce and Arts streams.

The Gaden Phrodrang Award this year has been given to Sonam Sangmo (93.2%), Chemi Dorjee (90.8%), Tenzin Dadon (90.6%) for the Science stream; Tsering Dolma (93.2%), Lhamo Choedon (93%), Tamdin Dolma (91.8%) from the Commerce stream; Kalsang Dolma (93%) & Lharong (90.6%), and Tenzin Tseyang (90.4%) from the Arts stream.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared class XII board examination results on May 29, 2014. TCV Selakui and CST Bylakuppe are the two schools which have achieved 100% result this year.

Out of the total 1535 Tibetan students who appeared for the examination, 1331 have passed, 40 have failed, and 162 were put into compartment category after failing one subject. The overall pass rate from Tibetan schools stand at 86.71.

The Tibetan girls this year have outshone the boys. Out of 704 boys who appeared in the examination, 594 (84.38%) have passed whereas 665 girls (90.11%) out of 738 have cleared the examination.

The demographics of the results and a graphic representation of students who have scored above 75 percent is given below.


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