About TBSE 12th 2020

Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) is responsible for conducting higher secondary (+2 Stage) examination in the state. TBSE 12th exams are held for all government and private school students. The application process for Tripura 12th exams is held through respective schools. Here are the major highlights of TBSE HS exams 2020:
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The evaluation of TBSE 12th class will be commenced shortly by Tripura board.  Students can check TBSE 12th result 2020 in the mid of July 2020.

  • TBSE 12th exams were started on March 2, 2020. The timing of the exam is 12 noon to 3:15 pm. The postponed exams will be conducted from June 5 to June 11, 2020.
  • The admit card for the Tripura 12th exams has been released on February 20, 2020. Students can collect the same from their schools. 
  • Students should refer to TBSE 12th 2020 syllabus 2020 to prepare for the exams. 
  • Tripura Board will release class 12 result separately for science, commerce and arts streams.
  • TBSE 12th 2020 result for science stream will be announced in the third week of May 2020 while that for commerce and arts stream will be out in the first week of June 2020. 
  • Students who clear the TBSE 12th exams 2020 can apply for admission to various universities and colleges in undergraduate programs.

TBSE 12th 2020 Highlights

Full Exam Name Tripura Board of Secondary Education 12th Examination
Short Exam Name TBSE 12th
Conducting Body Tripura Board of Secondary Education
Frequency of Conduct Once a year
Exam Level Intermediate
Languages Arabic, Bengali +3 More
Mode of Application Offline
Mode of Exam Offline
Exam Duration 3 Hours

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TBSE 12th 2020 Important Dates

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Upcoming Dates and Events

05 Jun, 2020

Exam - Sanskrit, Statistics | Mode: Offline

06 Jun, 2020

Exam - Economics | Mode: Offline

08 Jun, 2020

Exam - Psychology | Mode: Offline

09 Jun, 2020

Exam - Arabic, Music | Mode: Offline

10 Jun, 2020

Exam - Geography | Mode: Offline

11 Jun, 2020

Exam - Home Management & Home Nursing, Nutrition | Mode: Offline

Past Dates and Events

20 Mar, 2020

Exam - Mathematics, Philosophy | Mode: Offline

17 Mar, 2020

Exam - Accontancy, Biology, History | Mode: Offline

14 Mar, 2020

Exam - Business Studies, Education, Physics | Mode: Offline

11 Mar, 2020

Exam - Chemistry, Political Science, Sociology | Mode: Offline

05 Mar, 2020

Exam - Bengali, Hindi, Kokborok, Mizo | Mode: Offline

02 Mar, 2020

Exam - English | Mode: Offline


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TBSE 12th 2020 Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible for TBSE 12th exams 2020, students will have to fulfil the following eligibility conditions:

  • A student must have passed class 11th from any recognized board of education. 
  • He/she must be studying in class 12 in a school affiliated from TBSE.
  • He/she must have attained the minimum attendance in class 12.
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TBSE 12th 2020 Application Process

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  • The application form of TBSE 12th exams are sent by Tripura board to the respective schools. 
  • Students may collect the same from the respective school authority.
  • After filing the Tripura 12th application form, they will have to submit the application form to the respective school authority.
  • School Principals will have to send the application forms to the board before the last date.
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TBSE 12th 2020 Syllabus


Accountancy: Unit 01
Introduction to partnership
Partnership deed
Provisions of the india partnership act 1932 affecting accounts in the absence of partner ship deed
Fixed v/s fluctuating capital accounts
Divisions of profit among partners
Guarantee of profits
Past adjustments
Preparation of p and l
Appropriation accounts
Factors affecting and methods of valuation
Average profit
Super profit, and capitalization
Accountancy: Unit 02
Reconstruction of partnership
Change in the profit sharing ratio among the existing partners
Sacrificing ration
Gaining ration
Accounting for revaluation of assets and re-assessment of liabilities and distribution of reserves and accumulated profits
Admission of a partner
Effect of admission of a partner on
Change in the profit sharing ration
Treatment of goodwill
Treatment for revaluation of assets and re-assessment of liabilities
Treatment of reserves and accumulated profits
Adjustment of capital account and preparation of balance sheet
Retirement and death of a partner
Effect of retirement/death of a partner change in profit sharing ratio
Adjustment of accumulated profit and reserves
Calculation of deceased partner’s share of profit till the date of death
Preparation of deceased partner’s executor’s account and preparation of balance sheet
Accountancy: Unit 03
Accounting for shares capital
Share and share capital
Meaning, nature and types
Accounting for Share Capital
Issue and allotment of equity shares
Private placement of shares
Public subscription of shares-over subscription and under subscription of shares
Issue at per and premium
Call in advance and arrears
Issue of shares for consideration other than cash
Accounting treatment of forfeiture and re-issue
Disclosure of share capital in company’s balance sheet
Accountancy: Unit 04
Accounting for debentures
Meaning of debentures
Issue of debentures at par at premiun and at discount
Issue of debentures for consideration other than cash
Debentures as collateral security
Interested on debentures
Accountancy: Unit 05
Analysis of financial statements
Financial statements of a Company
Balance sheet of a company in the prescribed form with major headings and sub headings
Financial statement analysis
Meaning, objectives and limitations
Tools for Financial Statement Analysis
Comparative statements
Common size statements
Cash flow analysis and ratio analysis
Accounting Ratios
Meaning, objectives and classification of ratios
Liquidity Ratios
Current ratio and Quick ratio
Solvency Ratios
Debt to eqity ratio
Total assets to debt ratio
Proprietary ratio
Interest coverage ratio
Activity Ratios
Stock turnover ratio
Debtors turnover ratio
Creditors turnover ratio
Working capital turnover ratio
Profitability Ratios
Groos profit ratio
Operating Ratio
Operating Profit Ratio
Net profit ratio
Accountancy: Unit 06
Cash flow statement
Meaning, objective and prepration
Accountancy: Unit 07
Electronic spread sheet
Data entry text management and cell formatting
Data formatting
Out put reports
Perparation of reports
Using pivot table
Common errors in spread sheet
Accountancy: Unit 08
Data base management system for accounting
Defining database requirements
Identification of data to be stored in table
Structural data
Creating data tables for accounting
Using queries for generating accounting information with the help of microsoft access software


Biology: Unit 01
Reproduction in organisms
A characteristic feature of all organisms for continuation of species
Modes of reproduction
Asexual and sexual
Heredity and variation
Biology: Unit 02
Asexual reproduction
Binary fission
Vegetative propagation in plants
Biology: Unit 03
Sexual reproduction in flowering plants
Flower structure
Development of male and female gametophytes
Pollination Types
Agencies and examples
Outbreeding devices
Pistil interaction
Double fertilization
Post fertilization events
Development of endosperm and embryo
Development of seed and formation of fruit
Seed development
Fruit formation
Special modes
Significance of seed and fruit formation
Biology: Unit 04
Human reproduction
Male and female reproductive systems
Microscopic anatomy of testis and ovary
Spermatogenesis and oogenesis
Menstrual cycle
Embryo development upto Blastocyst formation
Pregnancy and placenta formation
Birth control
Need and Methods
Contraception and medical termination of pregnancy
Infertility and assisted reproductive technologies
Biology: Unit 05
Reproductive health
Need for reproductive health and prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
Biology: Unit 06
Mendelian inheritance
Deviations from Mendelism
Biology: Unit 07
Genetics and evolution
Multiple alleles and Inheritance of blood groups
Elementary idea of polygenic inheritance
Chromosome theory of inheritance
Chromosomes and genes
Biology: Unit 08
Sex determination
In humans
Honey bee
Biology: Unit 09
Linkage and crossing over
Sex linked inheritance
Colour blindness
Biology: Unit 10
Mendelian disorders in humans
Chromosomal disorders in humans
Down’s syndrome
Turner’s and Klinefelter’s syndromes
Biology: Unit 11
Search for genetic material and DNA as genetic material
Structure of DNA and RNA
DNA packaging
DNA replication
Central dogma
Genetic code
Gene expression and regulation
Genome and human genome project
DNA finger printing
Biology: Unit 12
Origin of life
Biology: Unit 13
Biological evolution and evidences for biological evolution
Dorwin’s contribution
Modern Synthetic theory of Evolution
Hardy – weinberg’s principle
Biology: Unit 14
Mechanism of evolution
Variation and natural selection with examples
Types of natural selection
Gene flow and Genetic Drift
Adaptive radiation
Human evolution
Biology: Unit 15
Health and disease
Basic concepts of immunology
Parasites causing human diseases
Drug and Alcohol abuse
Biology: Unit 16
Insects and human welfare
Biology: Unit 17
Improvement in food production
Plant breeding
Tissue culture
Single cell Protein
Animal husbandary
Biology: Unit 18
Microbes in human welfare
In household food processing
Biology: Unit 19
Biology and human welfare
Industrial Production
Sewage Treatment
Energy generation and as Biocontrol agents and Biofertilizers
Biology: Unit 20
Principles and process of biotechnology
Genetics engineering
Biology: Unit 21
Application of biotechnology in health and agriculture
Human insulin and vaccine production
Gene therapy
Genetically modified organisms
Bt crops
Biosafety issues
Biopiracy and patents
Biology: Unit 22
Meaning of ecology, environment, habitat and niche
Organisms and environment
Biology: Unit 23
Population and ecological adaptations
Population interactions
Biology: Unit 24
Population attributes
Birth rate and Death rate
Age distribution
Biology: Unit 25
Energy flow
Nutrient cycling
Decomposition and productivity
Pyramids of number
Biomass energy
Ecological succession
Ecological Services
Carbon fixation
Oxygen release
Biology: Unit 26
Biodiversity and its conservation
Threats to and need for biodiversity conservation
Endangered organisms
Red Data Book
Biodiversity conservation
Biosphere reserves
National parks and sanctuaries
Biology: Unit 27
Environmental issues
Air pollution and its control
Water pollution and its control
Agrochemicals and their effects
Solid waste management
Radioactive waste management
Greenhouse effect and global warming
Ozone depletion
Any three case studies as success stories addressing environmental issues

Business studies+

Business studies: Unit 01
Nature and significance of management
Concept of management
Management as science, arts and profession
Levels of Management
Management function of
Staffing and directing controlling
Characteristics and importance of coordination
Business studies: Unit 02
Principles of management
Nature and significance
Fayol’s principles of modern management
Principles and techniques of taylor’s scientific management
Business studies: Unit 03
Business environment
Concept and importance of business environment
Dimensions of business environment
Political and legal of business environment
Concept of liberalisation
Privatisation and globalisation
Impact of government policy changes on business and industry with special reference to liberalisation, privatization and gobalization
Business studies: Unit 04
Concept of planning
Planning process
Types of plans
Business studies: Unit 05
Concept and Importance
Steps in the process of organising
Structure of organisation
Functional and divisional
Formal and informal organisation
Concept of delegation
Elements and Importance
Concept and importance of decentralization
Business studies: Unit 06
Concept and importance of staffing
Staffing as a part of human resource management
Staffing process
Meaning and sources of recruitment
Selection process
Concept and importance of training and development
Business studies: Unit 07
Concept and Importance
Elements of Directing
Concept of supervision
Concept of motivation
Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
Finacial and non financial incentives
Concept of leadership
Qualities of a good leader
Concept of communication
Formal and Informal communication
Barriers to Effective Communication
How to overcome the barriers
Business studies: Unit 08
Concept and Importance
Relationship between planning and controlling
Steps in the pricess of control
Business studies: Unit 09
Financial management
Objective of financial management
Decisions relating to investment
Financing and Dividend
Concept and importance of financial planning
Financial structure
Concept and factors affecting structure
Fixed and Working Capital
Concept and factors affecting its requirements
Business studies: Unit 10
Financial markets
Concepts and types of financial markets
Money market and its instruments
Capital market and its types
Functions of stock exchange
Trading and settlement procedure
Dematerialisation and depositories
Objetives of nsei
Objectives of bse
Objectives and functions of securities exchange board of india
Business studies: Unit 11
Marketing management
Marketing vs selling
Marketing Management Philosophies
Concept of marketing mix
Concept of product
Labelling and packaging
Factors determining price
Concept of physical distribution
Channels of Distribution
Choice of Channels
Concept and elements of promotion
Concept and role of advertising
Objections against advertising
Personal selling
Concept and qualities of a good salesman
Concept and techniques of sales promotion
Concept and role of publicity
Business studies: Unit 12
Consumer protection
Concept and importance of consumer protection
Consumer Protection Act 1986
Consumer and consumer protection
Right and responsibilities of consumers
Redressal machinery
Consumer awareness
Role of consumer organizations and ngo’s


Chemistry: Unit 01
Solid state
Classification of solids based on different bindings forces
Molecular, ionic, covalent and metallic solids
Amorphous and crystalline solids
Unit cell in two dimensional and three dimensional lattices
Packing efficiency
Calculation of density of unit cell
Packing in solids
Number of atoms per unit cell in a cubic unit cell
Point defects
Electrical and Magnetic properties
Band theory of metals conductors
Semiconductors and insulators and n and p type semiconductors
Chemistry: Unit 02
Types of solutions
Expression of concentration of solutions of solids in liquids
Solubility of gases in liquids
Solid solutions
Colligative properties
Relative lowering of vapour pressure
Rault’s law
Elevation of boiling point
Depression of freezing point
Osmotic pressure determination of molecular masses using colligative properties
Abnormal molecular mass
Van’t hoff factor and calculations involving it
Chemistry: Unit 03
Redox reactions
Conductance in electrolytic solutions
Specific and molar conductivity
Variations of conductivity with concentration
Kohlrausch's law
Electrolysis and laws of electrolysis
Dry cell
Electrolytic cells and galvanic cells
Lead accumulator
EMF of a cell
Standard electrode potential
Nernst equation and its application to chemical cells
Relation between Gibbs energy change and EMF of a cell
Fuel cells
Chemistry: Unit 04
Chemical kinetics
Rate of reaction
Factors affecting rates of reaction
Order and molecularity of a reaction
Rate law and specific rate constant
Integrated rate equations and half life
Concept of collision theory
Activation Energy
Arrhenious Equation
Chemistry: Unit 05
Surface chemistry
Physisorption and Chemisorption
Factors affecting adsorption of gases on solids
Homogeneous and heterogeneous
Activity and Selectivity
Enzyme Catalysis
Colloidal state
Distinction between true solutions
Colloids and suspensions
Multimolecular and macromolecular colloids
Properties of colloids
Tyndall effect
Brownian movement
Types of emulsions
Elementary idea of nanomaterials
Chemistry: Unit 06
General principles and processes of isolation of elements
Principles and methods of extraction
Reduction electrolytic method and refining
Occurrence and principles of extraction of
Zinc and iron
Chemistry: Unit 07
P-block elements
Group 15 elements
General introduction
Electronic configuration
Occurrence, preparation, properties and uses of hydrogen
Oxidation states
Trends in Physical and Chemical properties
Preparation, properties and uses
Compounds of Nitrogen
Preparation and Properties of Ammonia and Nitric acid
Oxides of Nitrogen
Allotropic forms of phosphorus
Compound of phosphorus
Preparation and Properties of Phosphine
Halides and Oxoacids
Group 16 elements
Classification of oxides and ozone
Allotropic forms of sulphur
Compound of sulphur
Preparation, properties and uses of sulphur dioxide
Sulphuric acid
Industrial process of manufacture
Properties and Uses
Other oxides and oxoacids of sulphur
Group 17 elements
Trend in physical and chemical properties
Compounds and halogens
Preparation, properties and uses of chlorine and hydrochloric acid
Interhalogen compounds
Oxoacids of halogens
Group 18 elements
Chemistry: Unit 08
D and f block elements
General introduction
Electronic configuration
Occurrence and characteristics of transition metals
General trends in properties of the first row transition metals
Metallic character
Oxidation states
Ionic radii
Catalytic property
Magnetic properties
Interstitial compounds
Alloy formation
Chemical reactivity and lanthanoid contraction and its consequence
Oxidation states and comparison with Lanthanoids
Chemistry: Unit 09
Coordination compounds
Coordination number
Magnetic properties and shapes
IUPAC Nomenclature of mononuclear coordination compounds
Structural and stereo isomerism
Importance of coordination compounds
Chemistry: Unit 10
Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
Nature of C-X bond
Physical and Chemical properties
Mechanism of Substitution Reactions
Stability of carbocations
R-s and d-l configurations
Substitution reactions
Use and environmental effects of
Freons and ddt
Chemistry: Unit 11
Alcohols, phenols and ethers
Methods of Preparation
Physical and Chemical properties of primary alcohols
Identification of primary, secondary and tertiary alcohols
Mechanism of dehydration
Uses of methanol and ethanol
Physical and Chemical properties
Acidic nature of phenols
Electrophillic substitution reaction
Uses of phenols, uses with special reference to methanol and ethanol
Physical and chemical properties and uses
Chemistry: Unit 12
Aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids
Aldehydes and ketons
Nature of carbonyl group
Methods of Preparation
Physical and chemical properties and mechanism of nucleophilic addition
Reactivity of alpha hydrogen in aldehydes
Acidic nature of carboxylic acids
Carboxylic acids: formation of esters, acid chlorides and amides, ester hydrolysis
Acidic nature
Physical and Chemical properties
Chemistry: Unit 13
Organic compounds containing nitrogen
Nitro compounds
General methods of preparation and chemical reactions
Amines:Nomenclature,classification,structure,basic character and identification of primary, secondary and tertiary amines and their basic character
Methods of Preparation
Physical and Chemical properties
Identification of primary, secondary and tertiary amines
Cyanides and isocyanides will be mentioned at relevant places in context
Diazonium salts
Chemical reactions and importance in Synthetic Organic Chemistry
Chemistry: Unit 14
Classification of carbohydrates
D-l configuration
Importance of carbohydrates
Elementary idea of α -amino acids
Peptide Bond
Polypeptides proteins
Primary structure
Secondary structure
Tertiary Structure and Quaternary Structure
Denaturation of protiens
Lipids and hormones and their classification and functions
Classification and Function of Vitamins
Nucleic acids
Chemistry: Unit 15
Natural and synthetic
Methods of polymerization
Some important Polymers
Biodegradable and non-Biodegradable polymers
Chemistry: Unit 16
Chemistry in everyday life
Chemicals in medicines-Analgesies,tranquilizers,antiseptics,disinfectants,antimicrobials,antifertility drugs,antibiotics,antacids,antihistamins-their meaning and common examples
Antifertility Drugs
Antacids and antihistamines
Chemicals in food, soaps and detergents
Artificial Sweetening Agents
Elementary idea of antioxidants
Chemicals in food-Preservatives,artificial sweatening agents-common examples, Cleansing agents - -Soaps and detergents,cleansing action
Soaps and detergents
Cleansing Action


Economics: Unit 01
Micro economics
Concepts of functions
Straight line
Individual and market demand schedule
Demand function
Law of demand
Marginal utility
Explanation of the law of demand
Exceptions to the law of demand
Factors determining demand
Change in demand and change in quantity demanded
Giffen goods and inferior goods
Consumer surplus
Price of elasticity of demand
Income and cross elasticity of demand
Measurement of point and arc elasticity of demand
Perfectly elastic
Unit elastic
Inelastic and perfectly inelastic demand
Factors affecting elasticity of demand
Implication of elasticity
Average of production function
Marginal and total production
Relationship among those law of variable proportion
Returns to scale
Cost of production
Short run
Long run cost curves
Ac, mc, avc, afc, tc, tvc, tfc and relationship among them
Derivation of long run cost curve from short run and their relationship
Average of revenue
Marginal and total revenue relationship among them
Relationship among ar, mr and elasticity of demand
Supply function
Law of supply
Individual and market supply curve
Change in supply and change in quantity supplied
Factors determining supply
Elasticity of supply
Different types of markets
Perfect competition
Monopolistic competition
Bilateral monopoly
Equilibrium price determination
Equilibrium under perfect competition both under short and long run
Supply curve
Equilibrium under monopoly
Economics: Unit 02
Macro economics
National income
Circular flow of income
Different methods of estimating national income
Problems in measuring national income
Determination of income and employment
Keynesian approach
Aggregate demand and its components
Consumption function
Propensity to consume
Saving function
Propensity to save
Factors influencing consumption expenditure
Equilibrium level of income
Saving investment equality
Investment multiplier
Concept of full employment
Causes of inflation
Demand pull and cost push inflation
Money and banking
Credit and deposit creation by commercial banks
Credit/deposit/money multiplier
Credit control methods and role of central bank
Fiscal policy
Expansionary fiscal policy
Fiscal policy to correct inflation
Deficit financing
International trade and balance of payments
Balance of trade
Balance of payments accounts
Equality in balance of payments
Equilibrium in balance of payments
Methods of correcting deficit in balance of payments
Exchange rate-fixed
Floating and managed floating exchange rates
Economics: Unit 03
Statistics and Indian economy
Mesures of dispersion
Mean, mode, median and standard deviation
Lorenz curve
Gini coefficient
Unemployment in indian economy
Inequality in distribution of land ownership
Inequality in distribution of capital in private sector
Definition of poverty
Different estimation
Poverty alleviation measures
Different types of unemployment
Causes of umemployment
Measures for generating employment


Education: Unit 01
Factors of learning
Definition of motivation
Role in learning
Definition of attention
Definition of interest
Mental abilities
Nature as described by spearman and thurstone
Definition of intelligence
Role of mental
Abilities in learning
Education: Unit 02
Mechanisms of learning
Experiment and educational implications of classical conditioning
Experiment and educational implications of operant conditioning
Problem solving
Experiment of thorndike’s theory of learning
Major laws
Educational implications
Experiment and educational implications of gestalt theory of learning
Education: Unit 03
Statistics in education
Tabulation of data
Frequency distribution
Measures of central tendency and their uses
Mean, mode, median and standard deviation
Education: Unit 04
Historical development in post-independence period
Major recommendation of indian university commission during 1948-49
Major recommendation of modaliar commission during 1952-53
Kothari commission during 1964-66 with special reference to structure
Tri-language formula
Relevance with modern system of education
Basic features of national policy on education 1986 with revised policy on 1992
Education: Unit 05
Different types and stages of education
General education
Basic concept of pre-primary, primary, secondary, higher secondary and higher education
Aims and objectives and structures
Vocational and technical education
Aims and objectives and importance in modern system of education
Education: Unit 06
Modern trends in education
Differently abled children
Visually impaired children categories and educational provision
Deaf and dumb children categories and educational provision
Common behavioural problem observed in class room situation and the role of parents and teachers to overcome these problems
Concept and needs of distance mode of education
Concept of privatization in education
Advantages and disadvantages
Education: Unit 07
Education for the 21st centaury
Global perspective of education
Delores commission
Four pillars of learning
Role of technology in education
Satellite television


English: Unit 01
Dream and message by abdul kalam
A trip up the brahmaputra by lila majumder
After twenty years by o henry
Midsummer night’s dream by william shakespeare
English: Unit 02
Crossing the bar by tennyson
The lake isle of innisfree by w.b. yeats
Macavity, the mystery cat by t.s. eliot
An elementary school classroom in a slum by stephen spender
English: Unit 03
Supplementary reader
Letter from a father to his daughter by jawaharlal nehru
What is civilization
The early civilizations
Egypt and crete
China and india
Language, writing and numerals
English: Unit 04
Official letter
Descriptive narrative
English: Unit 05
Dialogue completion
English: Unit 06
One passage for comprehension


Geography: Unit 01
Geomorphic processes and resultant landforms
Landforms associated with exogenetic process
Concept of gradation
Erosion and mass wasting
Agents of gradations
Processes and landforms
Work of river
Work of glacier
Work of wind
Work of ground water
Work of sea-waves
Geography: Unit 02
Cycle of erosion - mechanism and processes
Fluvial cycle of erosion
Interruptions in fluvial cycle and resultant landforms
Arid cycle of erosion
Geography: Unit 03
Drainage pattern
Relation of drainage pattern with structure and topography
Geography: Unit 04
Soil - definition, factors of soil formation
Fundamental of soil forming processes
Soil profile
Soil erosion and conservation
Geography: Unit 05
Composition and structure of atmosphere
Factors controlling temperature
Distribution of temperature
Vertical and horizontal
Inversion of temperature
Pressure belts and wind system
Cyclone – tropical and extra tropical
Types and associated weather
Concept of jet stream
Forms of precipitation
Types of rainfall
World climatic classification
Geography: Unit 06
Concept of economic activities
Primary activity-agriculture
Types of agriculture
Shifting cultivation
Intensive subsistence farming
Extensive commercial farming
Plantation farming
Mixed farming
Geographical factors , distribution and production of the following
Concept of green revolution
White revolution
Blue revolution
Geography: Unit 07
Secondary activities – industry
Factors affecting location of industries
Types of industries
Food processing
Cotton textile
Ready-made garments
Forest based
Mineral based
Iron and steel
Engineering and automobiles
Geography: Unit 08
Causes and distribution of population
Density of population
Present trend of population
Population growth
Migration and their types
Causes and impact of migration on distribution of population
Determinants of population change
Age-sex ratio
Demographic transition model
Present status of india
Geography: Unit 09
Types of settlement
Rural and urban
Rural settlement
Factors determining the type of rural settlements
Patterns and distribution
Urban settlement
Classification according to size and functions
Geography: Unit 10
Regional economic development
Basic indicators of economic development
Basic indicators of human development index
Concept of region
Planning region
Hierarchy of planning region
Growth and development of the following regions
Haldia port
Electronic industrial area


History: Unit 01
Methods of modern history writing
Historians and their style of writing history
Edward gibbon
Jadunath sircar
Ch. majumdar
Ramesh chandra dutta
Irfan habib
Romila thapar
Amales tripathi
Ranajit guha
Gyan pandey
Importance of museums
History: Unit 02
Growth of colonialism and expansion of imperialism - 19th and 20th century
Nature and characteristics of colonization in asia and the new world
Economic dynamics of imperialism and colonialism from mercantile to industrial and finance capital
Hobson-lenin thesis on colonialism and imperialism
The political basis of colonialism
The necessity of controlling areas on which the imperialist country was economically dependent
Impact of colonialism and social discrimination
History: Unit 03
Colonial supremacy and its impact on India and China
Introduction of railways
Selective industrialization
Economic exploitation
Mining rights
Unequal treaties
The canton trade
History: Unit 04
Imperialism and the social, economic and cultural reaction
Spread of western education
Role of the christian missionaries
Macaulay and charles wood
Social reform movements in india
Ram mohan roy
H.v.l derozio
Atmaram pandurang
Dayananda saraswati
Swami vivekananda
Jyotiba phule
Sir s.a khan and the aligarh movement
Rise of the middle class and its features
Emergence of the rural elite
Subaltern groups
Emergence of a western educated class
The influence of christianity
May fourth movement
History: Unit 05
Colonial administration and reaction of the Indians
Reaction of rowlatt act 1919 and jallianwala bagh tragedy
Revolutionary activities in punjab and bengal
Kshudiram bose
Bagha jatin
Surya sen
Benoy -badal-dinesh
Bina das
Bhagat singh
Morley-minto act 1909
Mont ford act, 1919 and govt. of india act. 1935 and the provision of communal electorates
Divide and rule policy
Muslim league
Communal award of 1932
Lahore resolution
The princely states and the british government
The creation of an alternative loyalist base
History: Unit 06
Political developments in Asia during the second world war
Linlithgow offer
Cripps mission
The indian response
Role of gandhi and the quit india movement
Subhas bose and the ina-ina trials
Rin revolt
The backdrop to the transfer of power
The british governments role
Cabinet mission
Mountbatten's negotiations
Mountbatten award
Transfer of power
Asia for asians
Japan and china
Japanese advance through south and east asia and the consequent linking up with the ina
Changes situation in the european colonial in south-east asia
Indochina and indonesia
History: Unit 07
The cold war
Development form 1942 to 1948
The truman doctrine and the marshal plan
The military alliances
The berlin crisis
Eastern europe under the u.s.s.r
Suez crisis
Cuban missile crisis
Korea and vietnam
The nuclear arms race and peace initiatives
The political background
Its principles
Building up the movement
Belgrade and subsequent conference
An evaluation
The arab world
Israel vs the arab world
Oil diplomacy
People's republic of china
Its rise and place in world politics
History: Unit 08
Decolonization and national building
The indian experience
Formation of the constituent assembly
Important features of the indian constitution
Economic planning
Nehruvian socialist ideas
Heavy industries
Nationalisation of banking system
Technological advances
Case studies
South east asia-indonesia
Emergence of bangladesh
Regional co-operation - saarc

Home management and home nursing+

Home management and home nursing: Unit 01
The management process in family living
The process of management
Different stages in management process
Controlling and evaluating
Management process in homemaking activities and its characteristics
Decision making
Importance of decision making
Process and types of decision making in home management process
Home management and home nursing: Unit 02
Work management
Management of time
Importance of time management
Steps in the time management
Steps in making daily and weekly time plans in home making activities
Management of energy
Importance of energy management
Energy requirements for living and household tasks
Definition of fatigue
Types of fatigue
Fatigue management
Work simplification
Mundel’s classes of change
Home management and home nursing: Unit 03
Management of family income
Family income definition and their types
Family budget
Steps in making budget
Factors affecting family budget
Account keeping
Systems guidelines in keeping accounts and its advantages
Definition and objective of savings
Different types of savings
P.o savings
Lic policies and schemes
Types of investment
Principles involved in investments
Concept of banking
Opening and operating a bank account
Types of cheques
Filling a deposit slip
Procedure for making a demand draft
Use of atm, debit and credit cards
Meaning and sources of credit
Types of credit and its uses
Home management and home nursing: Unit 04
Adolescence and adulthood
Growth and development during puberty and adolescence
Effect of sports and exercise on physical fitness
Cognitive and language development
Socio-cultural and emotional development and its influence on adolescence
The family and socialization
Development of gender roles and stereotypes
Problems of adolescences with solving and reasoning
Adulthood meaning and related responsibilities
Preparation of marital life and concept of family planning
Issues of increasing life expectancy
Sensitizing students to the needs and care of the elderly
Home management and home nursing: Unit 05
Meal planning for the family
Objectives of meal planning
Food groups and its composition
Food selection
Factors affecting food selection
Definition of balance diet
Meal planning of various age group and different physical, logical condition and rda
Developing good food habits
Home management and home nursing: Unit 06
Clothing management
Selection of clothing and its relation to personality
Factors and elements affecting clothing and designing
Care of clothing
General principles,
Precautions during removal of stains
Storage of clothes
Home management and home nursing: Unit 07
The organization of work at home
Daily, weekly and periodic cleaning
Different types of cleaning equipment and materials
The operations maintenance and care of household equipment
House pest and their control
Home management and home nursing: Unit 08
Family housing
Necessity of housing
Factors influencing choice of a house
Selection of furnishing materials for interior decoration
Carpets and rugs
Table linen
Choice of materials used for furniture
The arrangement of furniture in different rooms
Accessories in interiors
Home management and home nursing: Unit 09
Consumer and extension education
Definition of consumer
Problem faced by consumer
Adultered food
Consumer aids
Consumer redressal forum and redressal agencies
Consumer awareness
Extension education
Home science extension education and its objects
Process of communication
Individual, group and mass contacts
Group discussion
Print and electronic
Effective role of audio visual aids in mass communication and extension education


Mathematics: Unit 01
Relations and Functions
Relations and Functions
Types of relations
Transitive and equivalence relations
Onto functions
One-one onto functions composite functions
Concept of exponential and logarithmic functions
Inverse of a function
Binary operations and simple properties
Inverse trigonometric functions (principal value only)
Principal value branches
Graphs of inverse trigonometric function
Elementary properties of inverse trigonometric functions
Mathematics: Unit 02
Types of matrices upto 3rd order
Column matrix
Row matrix
Square matrix
Diagonal matrix
Scalar matrix
Identity matrix
Zero matrix
Transpose of a matrix
Orthogonal matrix
Symmetric and skew symmetric matrices
Multiplication and scalar multiplication of matrices
Simple properties of addition
Multiplication and scalar multiplication
Non-commutativity of multiplication of matrices and existence of non-zero matrices whose product is the zero matrix
Concept of elementary row and column operations
Invertible matrices and proof of the uniqueness of inverse
Determinant of a square matrix
Properties of determinants
Cofactors and application of applications of determinants in finding the area of a triangle
Symmetric and skew symmetric determinants and their properties
Adjoint and inverse of a square matrix
Consistency, inconsistency and number of solutions of system of linear equations by examples
Solving system of linear equations in two or three variables using inverse of a matrix
Cramer’s rule and its applications
Mathematics: Unit 03
Continuity and differentiability
Derivative of composite functions
Chain rule
Derivates of inverse trigonometric functions
Derivate of implicit functions
Concept of exponential and logarithmic functions to be base e
Logarithmic functions as inverse of exponential functions
Derivatives of logarithmic and exponential functions
Logarithmic differentiation
Derivative of functions expressed in parametric forms
Second order derivatives
Rolle’s theorem and lagranges’s mean value theorems and their geometric interpretation an simple applications
Applications of derivatives
Rate of change
Increasing / decreasing functions
Tangents and normals
Maxima and minima
Simple problems
Integration as inverse process of differentiation
Integration of a variety of functions by substitution
By partial fractions and by parts
Only simple integrals of the following type to be evaluated
Definite integrals as a limit of a sum
Fundamental theorem of calculus
Basic properties of definite integrals and evaluation of definite integrals
Application of the integrals
Applications in finding the area bounded under
Simple curves
Especially lines
Areas of circles
Area under the curve y = sin x, y = cos x, area between the two above said curves
Differential Equations
Order and degree
General and particular solutions of a differential equation
Formation of different equation whose general solution is given
Solution of differential equations by method of specification of variables
Homogeneous differential equations of first order and first degree solutions of linear differential equation of the type
Mathematics: Unit 04
Vectors and three-dimensional geometry
Vectors and scalars
Magnitude and direction of a vector
Direction cosines/ratios of vectors
Type of vectors
Position-vectors of a point
Negative of a vector
Components of a vector
Addition of vectors
Multiplication of a vector by a scalar
Position vector of a point dividing a line segment in a given ratio
Triangle and parallelogram law of vectors
Simple application
Scalar product of vectors
Projection of a vector on a line
Vector product of vectors
Scalar triple product
Geometrical representation of product of vectors
Simple application of dot, cross and scalar triplet product
Three-dimensional geometry
Direction cosines/ratios of a line joining two points
Orthogonal projection of a line segment on a straight line
Cartesian and vector equation of a line
Coplanar and skew lines
Shortest distance between two lines cartesian and vector equation of a plane in cartesian and vector forms
Angle between
Two lines
Two planes
A line and a plane
Distance of a line and plane from a point
Condition of coplanarity of two straight lines
Condition for a straight line to lie on a plain and simple applications
Mathematics: Unit 05
Linear programming
Linear Programming
Definition of related terminology such as constraints
Objective function
Different types of linear programming problems
Mathematical formulation of l.p. problems
Graphical method of solution for problems in two variables
Feasible and infeasible regions
Feasible and infeasible solutions
Optimal feasible solutions
Mathematics: Unit 06
Multiplication theorem on probability
Conditional probability
Dependant and independent events
Total probability
Baye’s theorem
Random variable and its probability distribution
Mean and variance of random variable
Repeated independent trials and binomial distribution its mean and its variance


Nutrition: Unit 01
Steps in nutrition and calorie requirement
Mechanism of digestion and absorption of food
Metabolism of carbohydrate
Protein and fat
Calorie requirement in different physiological condition
Concept of bmr and its significance
Nutrition: Unit 02
Dietetics and meal planning
Balance diet for pregnant and nursing mother
Importance of breast feeding
Breast feeding v/s artificial feeding
Weaning food
Causes of malnutrition in infant due to defective feeding practices
Planning of low cost balance diet from locally available cheap foods
Preparation of simple therapeutic diet
Methods of food preservation and its importance
Nutrition: Unit 03
Concept of immunity nutrition
Different deficiency diseases
Protein calorie malnutrition
A malnutrition and goiter
Objectives of supplementary food
Preparation of supplementary food for vulnerable groups
Nutrition education
Importance of nutrition education
Nutrition education methods
Audio-visual aids
Methods of diet survey
Food habits in a family
Food adulteration
Elementary idea about the ongoing national nutrition programmes in india
Calculation of nutritive value of diet using food value tables


Philosophy: Unit 01
Arguments and its different forms
Nature and distinction of deductive and inductive argument
Difference between validity and truth
Philosophy: Unit 02
Nature of proposition and its different parts
Characteristics of copula
Distinction between proposition and judgment
Between proposition and grammatical sentence
Classification of proposition according to
Four-fold scheme of classification of categorical propositions
Rules of transformation of grammatical sentences into logical proposition
Distribution of term in proposition
Proposition and proposition-forms
Philosophy: Unit 03
Opposition of propositions
Definition and kinds of opposition of propositions
Traditional square of opposition
Inference by opposition of propositions
Philosophy: Unit 04
Immediate inference
Conversion and rules of conversion
Obversion and rules of obversion
Contraposition and rules
Material obversion
Philosophy: Unit 05
Mediate inference
Categorical syllogism
Definition, characteristics and structure
Role of middle term
Figures of categorical syllogism
Moods of categorical syllogism
General rules of categorical syllogism and fallacies
Testing the validity of categorical syllogism
Philosophy: Unit 06
Compound argument
Hypothetical-categorical syllogism
Disjunctive-categorical syllogism
Testing the validity of hypothetical and disjunctive syllogism
Philosophy: Unit 07
Diagram of categorical propositions
Boolean interpretation of categorical proposition
Representation on venn diagram of categorical proposition
Philosophy: Unit 08
Symbolic logic and truth function
Symbols for conjunction
Material equivalence
Truth value
Contradictory and contingent
Determination of truth value by truth table method
Philosophy: Unit 09
Nature of inductive argument
Definition of inductive argument
Grounds of induction
Formal and material
Marks of scientific induction
Distinction between scientific and unscientific induction
Analogical argument and different criteria for evaluating analogical argument
Concept of bad analogy
Philosophy: Unit 10
Cause and its different meanings
Cause as necessary condition
Cause as sufficient condition
Cause as necessary and sufficient condition
Distinction between cause and condition
Doctrine of plurality of causes
Evaluation of the view
Philosophy: Unit 11
Causes of elimination and mill’s inductive methods
Method of agreement
Method of difference
Joint method
Method of concomitant variation
Definition and explanation with symbolic and concrete example for all methods
Advantage and disadvantage
Testing the inductive arguments by applying these methods
Inductive fallacies
Bad analogy
Illicit generalization
Taking an irrelevant factor as a cause
Taking co effects of the same cause as a cause of another effect
Post hoc ergo propter hoc


Sociology: Unit 01
Indian society - structure and processes
Society in pre-british india-varna system
Self sufficient village economy
Nature of social classes
British rule and its impact on society
Processes of social change sanskritization
Sociology: Unit 02
Origin and development of sociology in India
Development of sociology as a discipline
Different perspectiues in studying indian society
Dialectical and subaltern
Sociology: Unit 03
Rural and urban society
Concept of village and village community
Agrarian social structure and classes
Changes in village life
Concept of urban community
Features and urban class structure
Sociology: Unit 04
Indian social institutions - continuity and changes
Joint family
Changes in structure and functions of family
Concept and features of caste and tribe
Concept of dominant caste
Jajmani system
Changes in caste system
Changes in tribal society
Caste-class continuum
Viwes of vivekananda and maulana abul kalam azad
Religion in the present day society
Role of eduction in modernization and social change
Sociology: Unit 05
Contemporary social issues
Population poverty
Illiteracy and unemployment
Its concepts and their interrelations
Consequences and remedies
Concept, causes and consequences
Concept and remidal measures
Changing status of women in india
Violence against women
Concept of environment
Relation with society
Environmental problems
Concept of mass media
Influence of mass-media in social life


Statistics: Unit 01
Basis concept of limit
Continuity and differentiability
First and second order derivates of a variety of non-trigonometric univariate functions
Maximum and minimum of a variety of non-trigonometric univariate functions
Integration of a variety of non-trigonometric univariate functions by substitution by partial fractions and by parts
Standard definition of gamma integral and results involving it without derivations
Statistics: Unit 02
Correlation and regression
Bivariate data
Scatter diagram
Correlation and correlation coefficient
Properties of correlation coefficient
Rank correlation
Spearman's rank correlation coefficient
Concept of regression
Principle of least squares
Fitting of regression lines
Important results relating to regression lines
Statistics: Unit 03
Probability and probability distributions
Random experiment
Sample space
Sample point and different types of events
Definition of probability
Statistical and axiomatic
Theorem on the probability of a union of two and three events
Conditional probability
Theorem on conditional probability for two and three events
Independence of events
Bayes' theorem and its application
Random variable and its probability distribution
Cumulative distribution function
Probability mass function and probability density function
Mathematical expectation
Uniform, exponential, normal, poisson and binomial distributions.
Poisson, normal & binomial distributions
Exponential and normal distributions
Statistics: Unit 04
Sampling estimation and testing of hypothesis
Population and sample
Census and sample survey
Concepts of probability sampling and random number tables
Concepts of sampling distribution of statistic and its standard error
Simple random sampling with replacement and simple random sampling without replacement
Concept of point estimation
Requirement of a good estimator
Elementary concept of mvue and blue
Statistical tests of hypothesis
Null and alternative hypotheses
Simple and composite hypotheses
Critical region
Type-i and type-ii errors
Level of significance and size of critical region
Power of a test
Tests of significance related to a single binomial proportion
Poisson parameter and two binomial proportions using large sample approximations
Exact tests of hypotheses under normal set-up for a single mean
Equality of two means and single variance
Frequency chi-square test and goodness of fit
Statistics: Unit 05
Sampling, estimation and testing of hypothesis
Parameter and statistic
Statistics: Unit 06
Population studies
Vital events
Rates and ratios
Measurement of mortality
Specific and standardised death rates
Infant mortality rate
Measurement of fertility and reproduction
Crude birth rate
Specific and total fertility rates
Gross and net reproduction rates

TBSE 12th 2020 Preparation Tips

  • Students should go through all the topics and chapters of each subject of TBSE 12th.
  • Prepare a timetable for study and prioritize important and weaker sections first. 
  • Make notes on important topics of TBSE 12th 2020 syllabus and revise formulae daily to keep remember. 
  • Students should solve the past ten-year question papers in order to familiarise with the exam pattern and frequent questions. 
  • Solving previous papers helps to boost confidence and help in understanding the kind of questions which are to be expected in the TBSE 12th exams. 
  • Each student will have to appear for 5 subjects. 
  • Each paper is held for 100 marks and the duration of 3 hours is given to write the TBSE HS 2020 exam.
  • To pass TBSE 12th exams 2020, candidates will have to secure 30% in written and practical together. 

TBSE 12th Subject-wise Marking Scheme

SubjectTheory MarksPractical Marks/Internal AssessmentTotal Marks
Accountancy90 Marks10 Marks100
Biology70 Marks30 Marks100
Business Studies90 Marks10 Marks100
Chemistry70 Marks30 Marks100
Economics90 Marks10 Marks100
English90 Marks10 Marks100
Geography70 Marks30 Marks100
History90 Marks30 Marks100
Mathematics100 Marks-100
Physics70 Marks30 Marks100
Political science90 Marks30 Marks100
Psychology70 Marks30 Marks100
  • Tripura Board prescribes the question papers for class 12th exams.
  • Students should download and practise with previous year question papers to prepare smartly.
  • Solving previous year's papers will help in analysing the preparation level. 
  • Thus students can work on the weak areas and score well in the exam.
  • TBSE 12th sample papers can also be downloaded from the link given above.

TBSE 12th 2020 Admit Card

  • Tripura Board admit cards were available on February 20, 2020. Students can collect the same from their schools 
  • TSBE 12th admit card 2020 includes details like candidate’s name, roll number, registration number, photograph, the name of the board, father’s and mother’s name, subjects, center name & code, important instructions, exam schedule and signature of the officials. 
  • Students have to carry their admit card to the exam hall or else they are not allowed to take the test.

Documents Required at Exam

  • Admit card
  • School ID

Tripura Board will declare the result of TBSE 12th exams for Science, Arts and Commerce stream. TBSE 12th results for Science, Arts and Commerce stream will be released in the mid of July 2020. Students should know that Tripura board 12th exam result can be accessed in online mode. They will need to enter roll numbers only to check the result for Arts, Commerce and Science streams. TBSE class 12 result 2020 will carry details like student’s name, roll number, registration number, enrolment number, status, grade and total marks. 

How to view Tripura board 12th Result 2020?

  • Browse the official website: tripuraresults.nic.in.
  • Click on the relevant link of result as per student's stream arts, commerce and science.
  • Enter roll number and click on submit button.
  • TBSE 12th exam result will open on the screen.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Question: What does HS exam mean?


HS exam refers to the higher secondary examination which is held class 12 exams in Tripura board.

Question: What are the practical dates of TBSE 12th exams?


TBSE 12th practical exams were held tentatively from January 2 to 31, 2020.

Question: Where can I get TBSE 12th admit card 2020?


You can get your Tripura HS admit card from the respective school authority.

Question: Can I apply for TBSE 12th exams immediately after passing 10th?


No, you can not apply for 12th without passing class 11 exams.

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agar ma bengoli me fail hua 5-6 marks se to kya mujhe next year exam dena hoga yea ise saal de sakta hu mera total 5 subject hai 1) English 2) Bengoli 3) Economics 4) Accountancy 5) Business Studies

Vikas gehlot 8th Mar, 2020

If you get compartment in only one subject then you can appear for the compartment exam and don't need to appear for whole one year to repeat even in two subject compartment you can appear for the compartment exam and clear in the same year itself for having compartment in more than two subjects it is considered and fail and you need to repeat.


what are the practical dates of tbse?

Smrity 21st Feb, 2020


The practical dates for TBSE  HS class 12 2020 of Biology, chemistry, geography, home management, home nursing, nutrition, physics and psychology will be held during 2nd January,2020 to 31st January,2020.  You need to contact your school for the exact dates as to when it is going to be held.

The practical examination in statistics will be held on 17th January,2020 at 11:00 a.m.

The practical examination for music is on 12th and 13th February,2020 at Bani Vidyapith Girls's H.S. School, Agartala at 11:00 a.m.

I hope this helps.

All the best!

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