Dharamshala: - The overall pass percentage of the 28 Tibetan schools in this year's Class X board exams recorded 98.93%, an increased around 7 percent from the last year's 91.44%. The result of Class X board exam was announced on 4 June.
The school-wise ranking is (1) CST Chandragiri (100% pass percentage), CST Chauntra (100%), CST CVP Bylakuppe (100%), CST Darjeeling (100%), CST Dholanji (100%), CST Gurupura (100%), CST Kalimpong (100%), CST Kollegal (100%), CST Mungod (100%), CST Mussoorie (100%), CST Shimla (100%), CST Sonada (100%), CST Bhuntar (100%), CST Chauntra (100%), TCV, Lower, Dharamshala (100%), TCV Selakui (100%), TCV-SOS, Bylakuppe (100%), TCV-SOS, Suja (100%), THF, Mussoorie (100%), THF, Rajpur(100%), TCV Gopalpur (98.99%), TCV-SOS Ladakh (98.44%), CST Dalhousie (97.96%), CST Herbertpur (97.30%), TCV Upper Dharamshala (96.77%), CST Paonta (95.56%), TNM, Clementown (90.48%) and CST Bylakuppe (88.89%).
A total of 1864 students appeared in the examination. 1844 students qualified the exams and 20 students were in the category of Eligible for Improvement of Performance (EIOP).
The individual toppers of the year are Tenzin Wangchuk of CST Kollegal), Pratibha Jaswal of CST Shimla, Tenzin Paldon of TCV Selakui and Tenzin Norzin of CST Bylakuppe with 10 Grade Point Average (GPA). Those who secured second position are Spandan Raut of CST Mussoorie, Tenzin Kunkyap of TCV Selakui and Tenzin Wangdak of CST Bylakuppe with 9.8 GPA. The pass percentages of the boys and girls are 98.82% and 99.4% respectively.
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