Class X results out, 96.23 per cent passed

Bhutan Council for Scholl Examinations and Assessment (BCSEA) has declared the Class 10 final examinations for this year.
Namgyel Pelzang Dorji of Samtse High School topped the board with 93 per cent while Angie Yoedzer of Sherubling Central school with 92.80 per cent came second. Basu Dev Upadhya of Samtse High School scoring 92.20 percent came third.
A total of 11,973 appeared BCSEA examinations in December. Of these, 11,522 or 96.23 percent passed, 451 failed and 133 were absent.

Individual candidates can access their statement of marks from the BCSEA website, and also through SMS using their individual index numbers:
– For B-mobile users: R10(space)IndexNumber send to 3333
– For Tashi Cell users: IndexNumber send to 4040

If the student are not happy with their results, they are requested to request paper recheck by 24 January. Student can request recheck in maximum of two papers paying Nu 300 each paper.

The education ministry has set 60.2 percent, an aggregate of 301 marks in English and four best subjects as the cut off point to get admission into the government colleges. Considering this, only 53.7 percent of the student who passed the exam will get change to study in government colleges.

Entry interview for Class XI will begin on February 7 at the district education offices.

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