About TBSE Madhyamik 2019

Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) is the responsible authority to conduct class 10th exams. In tripura, class 10th exams are popularly known as Madhyamik examination. The board released the datesheet for TBSE Madhyamik exams on  December 11, 2018 but the revised datesheet was released on January 14, 2019. The exams have been conducted from March 2 till April 28, 2019, for the regular course and March 2 till April 3, 2019, for madrassa candidates. Students were suggested to collect the admit card from their respective school authority. The result has been declared on June 8, 2019 in online mode. 

In 2018, the TBSE Madhyamik exam was conducted from March 6 to 20. The result for the same was declared on June 12, 2018 in the online mode. To check the result, candidates had to enter the numeric part of their roll number. Around 47,596 candidates appeared for the 10th exam across 51 centers in the state.

TBSE Madhyamik 2019 - Overview

Name of Exam

TBSE Madhyamik exam

Commonly Known as

Tripura Madhyamik

Exam Level


Conducting Authority

Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE)

Mode of Exam

Pen and Paper

Exam Duration

3 hours

Exam level: Matriculate
Languages Bengali, English +1 More
Conducting Body: Tripura Board of Secondary Education
Duration 3 Hours

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TBSE Madhyamik 2019 Important Dates

Past Dates and Events

08 Jun, 2019

Result | Mode: Online

20 Mar, 2019

Exam - Biology | Mode: Offline

20 Mar, 2019

Exam - Physics & Chemistry | Mode: Offline

16 Mar, 2019

Exam - Mathematics | Mode: Offline

12 Mar, 2019

Exam - Geography & Economics | Mode: Offline

12 Mar, 2019

Exam - History & Political Science | Mode: Offline

06 Mar, 2019

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

02 Mar, 2019

Exam - English | Mode: Offline

TBSE Madhyamik 2019 Eligibility Criteria

Students who have cleared class 9 from TBSE or any other recognized board are eligible for TBSE 2019 Madhyamik. They must have also studied class 10 from TBSE.

TBSE Madhyamik 2019 Application Process

Mode of Application : Offline

Mode of Payment : Other

Students are required to fill the application form offline. They can either visit the Board directly or contact any school affiliated to the board. After filling the form and depositing the application form, student could sit for the exam in March.

Supplementary reading
ASL and project
Supplementary reading
Arithmetic : real number
Co-ordinate geometry
Statistics and probability
MIZO (First Language)
Thu (Prose)
Hla (Poetry)
Rapid reading
Magnetic effects of current
Light - reflection and refraction
Human eye and colourful world
Sources of energy
Chemical reactions
Acids, bases and salts
Metals and non-metals
Carbon compounds
Periodic classification of elements
Conservation of natural resources
Life processes
Control and co-ordination in animals and plants
Heredity and evolution
Our environment
Growth of new India
National movement in India
Peasants’ and workers’ rebellions
North-east India
Political science
Power sharing, democracy, gender and caste
Political parties in India and challenges to democracy
Earth as a planet
Major domains of the earth
Transport system
Development, sectors of Indian economy, money and credit
Globalization and the Indian economy, consumer rights

TBSE Madhyamik 2019 Preparation Tips


Students must keep in mind the following tips while preparing for TBSE Madhyamik 2019:

  • Create a Study Plan
  • Stick to schedule
  • Practice as many sample papers as you can
  • Eat healthy
  • Sleep well
  • Exercise
  • Make notes 

TBSE Madhyamik 2019 exam is of 3 hours duration. Extra 15 minutes are given for reading the question paper. According to the TBSE 10th exam pattern, the maximum marks a student can score is 80.

English question paper will be divided into 4 sections namely Reading (20 marks), Writing (10 marks), Grammar (20 marks) and Literature (30 marks).

Maths question paper will consist of 27 questions which have been divided into four groups A,B,C and D. Group A contains 3 questions of one mark each. Group B contains 5 questions of two marks each, Group C contains 9 questions of three marks each and Group D contains 10 questions of four marks each. There will be three questions for internal choice, one in Group C and two in Group D.

Science- The exam pattern of TBSE Madhyamik states that Physics and Chemistry theory exam will be of 2 hours duration with a total of 53 marks. The practicals will consists of 7 marks each. An hour will be given for the Biology paper where the maximum marks a student can score is 27. Biology practical will be of 6 marks.

Social- 1 hour 30 minutes will be given for History and Political Science where the maximum score is 40. Another 1 hour 30 minutes are given for Geography and Economic. Maximum marks here too are 40.

Solving sample papers will help students get familiar with the exam pattern, different questions, marking scheme etc. These question papers also will help know the questions which are doing rounds every year.

TBSE Madhyamik 2019 Admit Card

The board released TBSE Madhyamik admit card 2019 in the second week of February 2019. Students could get their admit card from the respective schools. Or they could also download the TBSE admit card online from the official website of TBSE. The admit card mentions the candidate's details along with exam details like Exam dates, venue and timings. Students must remember that the admit card of TBSE 2019 is an important document as no student is allowed to sit for the exam without it.

Documents Required at Exam

  • Admit Card

The result of Tripura board 10th 2019 has been released in online mode on June 8, 2019. The result will mention student’s name, roll number, registration number, marks obtained in different subjects, total marks etc.

TBSE Madhyamik 2019 - Re-evaluation

If students find any discrepancy in the marks obtained in TBSE Madhyamik exam are less than what they expected, they can always opt for re-evaluation. Candidates have to fill a form, along with a small fee to get the copy re-evaluated. To apply for the re-evaluation, candidates have to visit www.tbse.in and find the right form. Forms for the re-evaluation is available only after the declaration of the result.

What after TBSE Madhyamik result?

After the announcement of result, students will be able to select the academic stream of study in class 11th and 12th. Students can choose to specialise in Science, Commerce or Humanities and make a career in any related field.

Qualifying Marks Trend

Year Category Cutoff
2019 General 33
OBC 33
SC 33
ST 33

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