More girl examinees than boys in JSC, JDC exams
The number of girl examinees in this year’s Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations is higher than the boy examinees , said Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid on Thursday. The number of female JSC, JDC examinees this year is 2,22,869 lakh more than the ma
JSC, JDC examinees must reach centres 30 mins before exam: Nahid
Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid on Monday said candidates of the upcoming Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations will have to enter centres 30 minutes before the start of the test. Talking to reporters after a National Monitoring Committee meeting at t
DMP announces parking plan ahead of MBBS admission test
The Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) today (29 September) issued a car parking management plan as it has expected a huge rush of private cars centering the MBBS admission test scheduled to be held tomorrow. The one-hour admission test will start at 10am tomorrow. A total of 34,740 examinees are expe
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HSC results: Pass rate, GPA 5 achievers drop
Average pass rate was 66.64 per cent, down from 66.84 per cent last year, and the number of GPA 5 achievers plummeted to 29,262.
How to get HSC results
Results of the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations-2018 will be published today. This is how you can obtain the results:
HSC results: Girls outshine boys
Female students have outshined the male candidates in this year’s Higher Secondary Certificate examinations. The girl’s pass rate of all education boards is 69.72 percent while the pass rate of boys is 63.88 percent, according to a private television channel.
HSC, equivalent results published; pass percentage 66.64
Total 66.64 percent students passed this year’s Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations across the country.
HSC results on today
The results of this year's Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations will be published on 19th July (Thursday).
24 SSC examinees killed in road accidents in 6 months
At least 24 examinees of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) were killed in road accidents on their way to exam centers or other places in last six months, said a passengers’ welfare platform today. An SSC candidate was killed after train ran over him and another drowned, according to a report..
SSC and HSC exams in new method from next year
Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid said the government would not go for bringing major changes within the short period of time. “We will try to bring some major changes in the question methods of SSC and HSC exams next year. But that will be done upon consultation with educationists and..
No MCQs for next SSC exams
Identifying six possible stages of question paper leak during the ongoing SSC exams, the government is planning to take steps to hold the future SSC exams under a new arrangement. A question bank would be created for making final question papers on the exam day and those would be distributed..
Question leaks nothing new: PM
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said the leaking of the SSC question papers was nothing new. “It has been going on for decades. Sometimes it gets publicity and sometimes it does not, this is the reality. “This time the problem is, we are using technology. And this technology gives us..
Govt to introduce new method of public exam: Edu Secy
The government is planning to introduce a new method of public examinations from the next year aiming to prevent the widespread question leakage across the country, said Secondary and Higher Education Division Secretary Sohrab Hossain Thursday (15 February) . Talking to reporters at the secretariat, Sohrab said, “The public exams..
Govt to drop MCQ to prevent question leak: state minister
State minister for technical and madrassah education division Kazi Keramat Ali on Monday (12 February) said that the government would drop multiple choice questions in phases from public exams in order to prevent question leak. Kazi Keramat Ali, while participating in thanks giving motion on the president’s speech in parliament,..
SSC Math question paper leaked with answers
As question paper leak spree continues, the question paper of SSC Mathematics examination was also found on several Facebook pages along with the answers more than an hour before today’s exam began. Images of the Kha-set of the question paper — both MCQ and broad questions — were made available..
Four held over SSC paper leakage
Four persons were arrested Thursday in connection with the leakage of the Secondary School Certificate Examination’s religion and moral education paper , two of them coaching centre officials at Tangail and the two others SSC examinees at Faridpur. Parents as well as many of the examinees expressed dismay over the..
Question leak spree continues
Question paper leaks seem unstoppable.After the alleged leak of Bangla first and second paper SSC questions, the same thing happened with the English first paper yesterday. Pictures of the questions of “Ka” set were found on several Facebook pages about half an hour before the exam that began at 10:00am…
Question leak gives no respite
Four teachers were detained in Faridpur on charges of leaking questions and solving them during English first paper of the ongoing Secondary School Certificate examinations on Monday, with no end in sight to the menace. The allegation surfaced when guardians claimed that multiple choice question of Bangla first paper on..