Seat plan for 36th BCS preli published
The Bangladesh Public Service Commission (BPSC) on Monday published the seat plan for the 36th Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS) preliminary examinations on its website at www.bpsc.gov.bd <http://www.bpsc.gov.bd>. According to BPSC, over two lakh candidates will take part in the 36th BCS exams against 2,180 vacancies. The two-hour preliminary test will..
Final result of primary school teachers’ recruitment test published
The final result of assistant teacher recruitment test for the pre-primary class at government primary schools has been published. The primary and mass education ministry released a statement on Sunday, saying 13,974 candidates have been selected after viva and written tests. It said the district-wise results can be found on..
No watch allowed in BCS preliminary test
Aspirants for the 36th Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS) exams are not allowed to carry any type of hand watch, pocket watch and electronic watch during the tests, scheduled to be held this Friday. The Bangladesh Public Service Commission (BPSC) issued a notice in its website this afternoon asking the examinees..
Dipan’s son does well in JSC exams, finally
It was almost impossible for Ridad Farhan to sit for the Junior School Certificate (JSC) exams because his father, Faisal Arefin Dipan, was brutally hacked to death just the day before it started. Shocked as he was by the abrupt loss of a father who was more like a friend..
Junior school exams
Class-VIII students have done better than ever in Junior School Certificate (JSC) examination, taking the success rate to a new height. With more students achieving the highest grade, the pass rate hit a record high of 92.31 percent, 2.46 percentage points higher than that of 2014. A total of 1,..
92.31% pass JSC, 92.46% pass JDC exams
A total of 92.31 percent examinees passed this year’s Junior School Certificate (JSC) and 92.46 percent passed the Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations. The pass rate for JSC examinations saw a rise of 2.46 percent since the last year while the rate for JDC examinations dropped 1.04 percent. A total..
98.52% pass primary school tests
A total of 98.52 percent of fifth graders passed the primary terminal tests with 91.87 percent of madrasa students clearing equivalent ebtedayee exams this year. A total of 275,980 students from primary and 5,473 from ebtedayee secured GPA-5. The results were made available after 1:00pm, Primary and Mass Education Minister..
5,473 students get GPA-5 in Ebtedayee exams
Total of 5,473 students got the highest Grade Point Average (GPA-5) in the Ebtedayee (madrasa) Terminal examinations this year. As many as 2, 64,134 examinees appeared in the Ebtedayee terminal examination this year. Of them, 2, 51,266 have become successful with pass rate of 95.13.
8,761 students get GPA-5 in JDC exams
Total of 8,761 students got the highest Grade Point Average (GPA-5) in the JDC examinations under the Madrasa Education board this year, which were 19,290 last year. As many as 10,529 GPA-5 holders have decreased this year, according to the results published here today. The number of students, who appeared..
85.48 percent students pass JSC exam, 12,268 get GPA-5 in Ctg Board
A total of 85.48 percent students in Junior School Certificate (JSC) examinations under Chittagong Education Board (CEB) passed this year and this is 1.19 percent more compared to last year’s result. The board authority has published the results at a press conference at its conference hall here this noon with..
Process of getting JSC/JDC/Equivalent results
PSC Results: PSC Result through Website: http://dperesult.teletalk.com.bd PSC Result through SMS: for PSC Result: General type DPE<space>thana code<space>roll no.<space>passing year and send SMS to 16222 for PSC Result: Madrasha type EBT<space>thana code<space>roll no.<space>passing year and send SMS to 16222 JSC/JDC Results: JSC Result through Website: http://www.educationboardresults.gov.bd/lite/index.php JSC/ JDC Result through..
97.47 pc students pass JSC exams under Rajshahi board
A total of 97.47 percent students passed the Junior School Certificate (JSC) examinations under Rajshahi Education Board this year which was 95.32 percent last year. As many as 2, 18,084 students came out successful under the Rajshahi Education Board this year. Of the 2,23,754 students appearing in the examinations, 35,083..
Female students outnumber male counterpart in JSC, JDC exams
The female students have outnumbered their male counterpart in terms of pass rate in this year’s JSC and JDC examinations. A total of 11,19,633 male students passed the examinations with 92.42 percent success rate this year while the number of successful male students is 9,78,449 with 92.24 percent pass rate.
1, 11,303 female students achieved GPA-5 in JSC, JDC exams
A total of 1, 11,303 female students have achieved GPA-5 in the JSC and JDC examinations this year, according to the results published here today. Some 12, 11,493 female students appeared in the JSC and JDC examinations. Of them, 11, 19,633 have become successful, the results added. Female examinees have..
1, 96,263 students get GPA-5 in JSC, JDC exams
A total of 1,96,263 students got the highest Grade Point Average (GPA-5) in the JSC and JDC examinations under nine education boards this year, which was 1,56,263 last year. The number of GPA-5 achievers under eight general education board is 1, 87,502 while the figure in the madrasa education board..
JSC, JDC results to be publish tomorrow
The Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations-2015 results will be published tomorrow. Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid will announce the results at a press briefing at 1.30 pm in the conference room of his ministry. A total of 23, 25,933 examinees from 28,632 educational institutions appeared..
PEC, JSC, JDC exam results will be published on Dec 31
As many as 5.6 million fifth and eighth graders took the exams this year. The education ministry’s Joint Secretary AKM Zakir Hossain Bhuiyan and primary and mass education ministry’s Additional Secretary Md Abdul Jalil told that the results would be published on the same day as it was last year…