Results of SSC, equivalent examinations on November 28
About two million students will receive the results of their Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations on November 28.
Tapan Kumar Sarkar, chairman of the Dhaka Education Board and president of the Inter-Education Board Coordination Committee, on Monday said the results for the public examinations will be available next week.
"The date for publishing the results of the SSC examination has been finalised," he said.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will announce the results at 11 am on November 28. The students can check their results afterwards, according to bdnews24.com.
Students sat for the SSC and equivalent examinations nearly seven months after they were initially scheduled for Sept 15.
Delayed by three months due to the pandemic, the SSC and equivalent examinations were supposed to be held in June, but devastating floods right before the tests pushed them back further.
This year, about 1.6 million students gave the examinations under the nine general education boards, while 268,495 students sat for the Dakhil examinations under the Madrasa Board and 153,662 sat for the vocational examinations under the Technical Education Board.
Of the general education board, 508,236 students are in the science section, 790,091 are in humanities and 301,384 are in business studies.
This year, 367 students gave their examinations at eight centres outside Bangladesh.
The number of examinees has dropped by 221,386 since 2021. Last year’s examinations were delayed by eight months to November due to the pandemic.
Due to the interruptions to schooling, an abbreviated syllabus was set for the examinations. Several subjects, including Religious and Moral Studies, Information and Communication Technology, Bangladesh and World Identity and Science are being evaluated through subject mapping.