Dharamshala, India — The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the results of Class XII and X online on its official website on July 22, 2022. The students of Tibetan schools have performed well in the AISSCE 2022 examination with an overall score of 97.08%.
A total of 1027 students from 16 Tibetan schools appeared for the AISSCE, out of which 997 cleared the exam with an overall pass percentage of 97.08, and an average percentage of 73.48. Whereas, 1188 students in Class X from 27 schools appeared for the AISSE, out of which 1117 cleared the exam with an overall pass percentage of 94.02 and an average percentage of 63.14.
The overall pass percentage of Tibetan schools decreased by 2.73% from last year's record 99.81%. However, Tibetan schools in India outperformed Indian schools with an overall pass percentage of 97.08%, 4.37% higher than the overall pass percentage of 92.71% recorded in India in 2022. This year, only two students were eligible for the Sikyong scholarship, while 27 Tibetan students were awarded the scholarship last year with a score of 95% and above.
This year's Sikyong Scholarship recipients are Tenzin Woeser from STS Bylakuppe with 95.2% and Tenzin Choedon from Upper TCV School, with 95%, both belonging to Class XII of Arts Stream.
According to the list of Gaden Phodrang Award winners for the year 2022, there are ten Gaden Phodrang Award winners in 2022, in the Arts Stream, Tenzin Woeser from STS Bylakuppe scored 95.2%. Tenzin Choedon from Upper TCV School obtained 95 %. Chungdak from STS Bylakuppe got 94.6%. Tenzin Dolker from STS Mundgod scored 94.6%.
In the Commerce Stream, Tenzin Zomkey Gyalpo from TCV School, Bylakuppe scored 94.2%. Tenzing Chosang from STS Mundgod got 92.6%. Tenzin Youdon from TCV School, Bylakuppe scored 88.8%. In the Science stream, Tenzin Pema from TCV School, Selakui obtained 94.6%. Tenzin Rangdol from TCV School, Selakui secured 92.8%. Choelsum Lhamo from THF Mussoorie scored 92.4%.
The Department of Education (DoE), of Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) congratulates all the students who have successfully cleared the exam, and the stakeholders including teachers and parents who have equally contributed to their success. DoE also extends its best wishes to all the students for their future endeavours.