Dhaka, July 17 (UNB)—The number colleges with hundred percent pass rate in this year’s Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations has increased by more than double compared to the previous year.
A total of 909 colleges have achieved hundred percent pass rate under 10 education boards this year while the number was 400 in 2018.
Besides, the number of colleges with zero percent pass has come down this year.
A total of 41 colleges saw zero per cent pass this year which was 55 in 2018.
A total of 9,88,172 candidates among 13,36,629 students cleared the tests and 47,286 students achieved highest grade GPA 5.
Dhaka, July 17 (UNB) – A group of students of Dhaka University blocked the key Shahbagh intersection on Wednesday demanding an end to the university’s affiliation with seven colleges.
Mostakim Ahmed, one of leaders of the demonstrators, said they are demanding ending the affiliation as DU “does not have the capability to bear the burden of seven colleges”.
About 300 students, under the banner of general students, took to the street around noon, halting vehicular movement on the busy road.
Traffic movement from New Market to Matshya Bhaban and Shahbagh to Farmgate remained suspended due to the blockade, causing immense sufferings to the commuters.
The DU students demanded the authorities to accede to their four-point demand that include publishing results within two months of the exam, and banning mass-transport on the campus.
The affiliated colleges are Dhaka College, Eden Mohila College, Government Shaheed Suhrawardy College, Kabi Nazrul Government College, Begum Badrunnesa Government Women's College, Mirpur Government Bangla College and Government Titumir College.
Dhaka, July 17 (UNB) – As many as 73.93 percent students cleared this year’s Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina officially unveiled the results on Wednesday morning, which will be later published at a press briefing at the Education Ministry around noon.
A total of 9,88,172 candidates among 13,36,629 students cleared the tests.
This year, 47,286 students achieved GPA 5.
The overall pass rate of the eight general education board is 71.85 percent. For the madrasa board, the rate is 88.56 percent. Meanwhile, 82.62 percent vocational board candidates cleared the exams.
HSC and equivalent examinations began on April 1 and concluded on May 11.
Dhaka, July 16 (UNB) – The results of this year's Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations will be published on Wednesday.
“The results of the Higher Secondary Certificate and its equivalent examinations will be handed over to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at her official residence Ganobhaban at 10am tomorrow (Wednesday). Later, results will be published at a press briefing at the Education Ministry at 12 noon,” Abul Khair, public relations officer of the ministry, told UNB on Tuesday.
The HSC and its equivalent examinations of 2019 began on April 1 and concluded on May 11. A total of 13, 51,505 examinees from 9,081 educational institutions took part in the examinations across the country.
Dhaka, July 15 (UNB) - Fifteen meritorious students of Jagannath Hall of Dhaka University (DU) have been awarded “Jagannath Hall Scholarship” for their outstanding academic performances.
DU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Md Akhtaruzzaman distributed scholarships among the students as the chief guest at a function held at the VC’s lounge of the university on Monday.
The recipients are Ananda Chandra Sarker, Rony Dey, Niloy Chandra Datta, Jayanta Chandra Barman, Satyajit Das, Proshanta Bala, Dipak Chandra Barman, Siddhartha Roy, Ashiq Kumar Basfor, Akash Kanti Dey, Joy Halder, Sajib Kumar Dey, Indrajit Bishwas, Anik Bakali and Polash Chandra Barman.
DU Treasurer Prof Dr Md Kamal Uddin presided over the function while Provost of Jagannath Hall Prof Dr Mihir Lal Saha, Acting Registrar Md Enamuzzaman, Senate and Syndicate Member SM Bahalul Majnun were, among others, present.
The DU vice-chancellor urged the affluent section of the society to come forward with their helping hands for financially challenged students.
He also called upon the students to equip themselves with moral values to make Bangladesh a peaceful country.