Under the ‘Bochor Bachao’ scheme, students will be guaranteed admission in colleges or the next class even if they fail in two subjects, but securing a minimum of 150 marks will be mandatory.
The Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) has plans to conduct the first-ever ‘Bochor Bachao’ exams in September to help students get promoted, according to the TBSE President Bhabatosh Saha. These exams will be for students who were unable to clear the exams in the first attempt.
Under the ‘Bochor Bachao’ scheme launched by the state government, students will be guaranteed admission in colleges or the next class even if they fail in two subjects but securing a minimum of 150 marks will be mandatory. Even if they continue with their studies, they will have to clear the exam again within 75 days of the results publication date.
According to Mr. Saha, TBSE has already announced the results of Higher Secondary (HS) examinations and Secondary examinations, and now the process of accepting review applications from the students is underway.
“We shall soon start the process for Bochor Bachao scheme since it is supposed to be held within two months of result announcement. We are hopeful of advertising by August 20 to conduct the Bochor Bachao exams in September, provided everything else is on track. If COVID-19 situation escalates, then things might be altered,” said Mr Saha.
Explaining the finer details of the ‘Bochor Bachao’ scheme, he said, “Suppose a student, who failed in three subjects but has an aggregate of 150 marks, can be included under Bochor Bachao if he or she passes in one subject through the review process. Similarly, a student, who failed in one subject, can be excluded from the ambit of Bochor Bachao if the results are altered and she/he is declared as passed.”
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