Tripura TBJEE 2023 Result Declared at tbjee.nic.in; Get link here
The Tripura Board of Joint Entrance Examination has recently announced the release of the Tripura Joint Entrance Examination (TJEE) result 2023 for the PCB and PCM groups. Candidates who appeared for TJEE can now access their results on the official website of the board using their login credentials. The results for TBJEE 2023 can be found on three different websites: tbjee.nic.in, tripura.gov.in, and tbresults.tripura.gov.in.
In the PCM group, a total of 2,606 students participated in TJEE 2023, while the PCB group had 4,689 candidates taking the exam. The top three ranks in the TBJEE 2023 PCM group are as follows:
Rank 1: Dipayan Karmakar
Rank 2: Ayushman Saha
Rank 3: Uday Saha
Similarly, in the TBJEE 2023 PCB group, the top three ranks are as follows:
Rank 1: Rajdipa Sutradhar
Rank 2: Ayushmita Das
Rank 3: Maari Debbarma
The TBJEE 2023 exam was conducted on April 25, and the final answer key was issued on May 31. The preliminary answer key for TBJEE 2023 was released by the Tripura Board on April 28. Candidates had the opportunity to raise objections to the tentative answer key until May 25. The final answer key for TJEE 2023 was made available on June 1. The TBJEE 2023 results were calculated based on the final answer key.
To check the TBJEE 2023 results, follow these steps:
Step 1: Visit the official website of the Tripura Board of Joint Entrance Examination at tbjee.nic.in.
Step 2: Click on the link provided on the homepage for TBJEE 2023 results.
Step 3: Enter your login information, including your registration number, to access your results.
Step 4: Your TBJEE 2023 results will be displayed on the screen.
Step 5: It is recommended to take a printout of the TJEE 2023 results and save it for future reference.
The admission test conducted by the Tripura Board utilized an OMR sheet and consisted of multiple-choice questions (MCQs). The syllabus was divided into ten modules. Each subject (physics, chemistry, biology, and mathematics) had a total of 30 compulsory questions, with three questions from each module. Each question carried four marks, making a total of 120 marks for each subject. One mark was deducted for every incorrect response. Students aspiring to pursue engineering or technology degree programs (Group-A) took the physics, chemistry, and mathematics exams. Candidates interested in degree courses related to paramedicine, agriculture, fisheries, veterinary medicine, and other fields (Group-B) were required to take the physics, chemistry, and biology tests. Candidates aiming for admissions in both Group-A and Group-B categories (Group-C) had to appear for all four subjects.