Dhaka board: 79.44 pc passed HSC and equivalent exams
A total of 79.44 percent students passed this year's Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations from the Dhaka board.
Pass rate, GPA 5 figure decline in HSC, equivalent exams
The average combined pass rate stood at 78.64 per cent in the results of the 2023 Higher Secondary Certificate and equivalent examinations across Bangladesh, published on Sunday.
Pass rate 78.64 pc in HSC and equivalent exams
The results of the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations have been published. A total of average 78.64 pc passed in the examinations this year. The pass rate was 85.95 percent in the last year.
HSC results today, How to get
The results of this year's Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations will be published today.
Opposing new curriculum aimed at sustaining coaching business: Dipu Moni
Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni asserted on Friday that the majority of those advocating for reforming or cancelling the new curriculum are individuals involved in the coaching business. She emphasised that the demands being put forth by these groups lack logical justification.
New Curriculum Guardians announce programme demanding cancellation
A group of guardians has declared a series of programmes demanding the cancellation of the new curriculum. They have scheduled a guardians' rally at the Central Shaheed Minar in Dhaka on November 24, urging the withdrawal of the new school curriculum. Leading up to the rally, they plan to organise
New Curriculum Religious edn to get importance like other subjects: Dipu Moni
Education Minister Dipu Moni has clarified that religious education will be evaluated in the same manner as other subjects within the new curriculum. This statement aims to dispel the misconception that there will be no examinations for religious education. The overarching objective of the new curr
New Curriculum No written exams for classes VI, VII
The assessment of students in classes VI and VII under the new curriculum system commences today. In this innovative curriculum, both public and private schools are prohibited from conducting written examinations as part of the evaluation process for these two grade levels. Instead, students will
Reckless bribery in registration card distribution at Dhaka board
Allegations of rampant bribery have marred the process of distributing registration cards to SSC candidates, implicating several staff members of the Dhaka Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board.
Political turmoil hits academic calendar
The past week began with a significant opposition gathering by the BNP on October 28, followed by a general strike and concluding with a three-day blockade. As the situation unfolds, there is a looming possibility of more disruptive programmes. Although the current protests have not been continuous,
HSC results between Nov 26 and Nov 28
The results of the Higher Secondary Certificate and equivalent examinations are scheduled to be published between November 26 and November 28.
HSC examinations begin
The Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) examinations for eight general education boards began on Thursday (17 August) morning.
EduCan International launched in Bangladesh
EduCan International in collaboration with OET ‘supported by Austrade at Australian High Commission in Dhaka organised the launching of EduCan International as an official OET test centre at a city hotel on Sunday (30 July).
Rajshahi Education Board attains 87.89pc success in SSC
Rajshahi Education Board (REB) has attained 87.89 percent pass in the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations in 2023. The previous year's result was 94.71 percent pass.
Pay more attention to children, PM urges parents
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday morning called upon the parents in paying more attention to their children, saying that extending cooperation to them can help develop skills of the kids as per their merit.
Number of GPA-5 achievers drop by 32pc in SSC
A total of 1,83,578 students achieved GPA-5 in this year's Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations, which some 32 percent drop from last year's number of 2,69,602.