Secondary School Certificate
2023 SSC, equivalent exams from April 30
The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations for 2023 will begin on April 30. Professor Tapan Kumar Sarkar, chairman of Dhaka Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board, revealed the schedule to UNB today (January 30, 2023). Read more: SSC results 2022: Average pass rate 87.44% Last year, Education Minister Dipu Moni said SSC and HSC exams in 2023 will be held in April and June, respectively, based on shortened syllabus, just like the previous academic session. SSC exams for 2022 began on September 15 last year considering the flood situation in the country. According to the government's academic calendar, SSC exams are held from February 1 and HSC from April 1 every year. However, these exams were not held on time in the past two years due to Covid-19. Read More SSC Results 2022: Girls slightly ahead of boys with 87.71% pass rate
SSC Results 2022: 2,975 institutions achieve 100% pass rate, none passed from 50
A total of 2,975 educational institutions, under all education boards, secured 100 percent pass rate in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations for 2022. The number of institutions with 100% pass rate has declined this year compared to the previous year. Last year, the number was 5,494. Meanwhile, the number of educational institutions with zero pass rate is 50 which was 18 last year. Read more: SSC Results 2022: 2.69 lakh students score GPA-5. Education Minister Dipu Moni shared detailed information on this year’s SSC results during a press conference at International Mother Language Institute in Dhaka this noon. This year, 17,43,619 students – 8,70,046 boys and 8,73,573 girls – from 29,639 institutes under 11 education boards in the country successfully cleared the exams. This year, more than 20 lakh students took part in SSC and equivalent examinations under 11 boards, including madrasa (Dakhil) and Technical Education. Read more: SSC results 2022: Average pass rate 87.44% Of them, 15.99 lakh were from nine general education boards, 2.68 lakh under the Madrasa Education Board, and 1.53 lakh under the Technical Education Board. SSC and equivalent examinations of 2022 began across the country on September 15.
SSC, equivalent exams get off to smooth start
The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent exams kicked off to a smooth start in Bangladesh on Thursday. The exams began at 11am instead of 10am, considering the usual traffic jams in the peak morning hours. In Dhaka, several exam centres witnessed a large gathering of parents, triggering traffic chaos in the vicinity. Read: SSC exams this year will start from 11am, duration 2 hours: Dipu Moni This year, some 20,21,868 students have registered themselves to take the SSC and equivalent exams, 2,21,386 less than that of last year.
SSC exams this year will start from 11am, duration 2 hours: Dipu Moni
All coaching centres across the country will remain closed from September 12 to October 2, ahead of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent exams, Education Minister Dipu Moni said today (September 5, 2022). According to the schedule, SSC and equivalent exams will start from September 15 and will end on October 18. Nationwide, SSC exams will start from 11am, instead of 10am, considering traffic congestion, she said at a meeting of the National Monitoring and Law and Order Committee for ensuring that the exams are held smoothly. The meeting was held at Secretariat. Read:Teachers barred from tutoring students of their institutions privately: Dipu Moni This year, SSC exams will be held for two hours, instead of three, she added. Duration of the MCQ part of the exam will be 20 minutes while the written part will be held for 1 hour and 40 minutes. All examinees have been requested to enter the exam halls 30 minutes before the exams start, and no one except the exam secretary will be allowed to carry mobile phones. Some 20,21,868 students are expected to take SSC and equivalent exams this session while last year the number was 22,43,254. The number of candidates has decreased by 2,21,386. Read:Religious studies not excluded from new curriculum: Dipu Moni About 15,99,711 candidates will sit for the SSC exams under nine general education boards, 2,68,495 for Dakhil exams under Madrasa Education Board and 1,53,662 for vocational exams under Bangladesh Technical Education Board this year, the minister said. Some 3,790 centers are set for SSC exams across the country. SSC and equivalent exams were scheduled to begin on June 19, but were postponed due to the flood situation in the country on June 17. Read New schedule of SSC exams to be announced when there will be no floodwater in schools: Dipu
SSC, equivalent exams finally begin
The much-awaited Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and its equivalent examinations began on Sunday, maintaining health protocols. Some 22,27,113 students are taking part in the examinations this time while the number was 20,46,779 last time. The number of candidates has increased by 1,79,334 with a growth rate of 8.76 per cent. The examinations are being held with short syllabuses on three elective subjects on a group basis.
SSC, equivalent exams begin Sunday
The much-awaited Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and its equivalent examinations will begin on Sunday, maintaining health protocols. Usually, the SSC examinations are held in February but this year these could not be held as per schedule due to the Covid-19 pandemic. An uncertainty was created over the public examination due to prolonged Covid-forced closure of educational institutions and Delta variant-driven resurgence of Covid cases from the beginning of the year. READ: SSC examinee hacked to death in Chudanga With the improvement in the Covid situation, the government finally reopened educational institutions on September 13 and on September 27, and it announced plans to hold the SSC and HSC examinations with shortened syllabuses. Some 22,27,113 students are expected to take part in the SSC and equivalent examinations this time while the number was 20,46,779 last time. The number of candidates has increased by 1,79,334 with a growth rate of 8.76 per cent. The examinations will be held with short syllabuses on three elective subjects on a group basis. About 18,00,998 candidates will sit for the SSC examinations under nine general education boards, 3,01,887 for Dakhil exams under Madrasa Education Board and 1,24,228 for vocational exams under Bangladesh Technical Education Board this year. Besides, 429 students will take part in the examination from abroad. Some 3,679 centers are set to sit for the SSC exam across the country. This year, Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp and other social media will be monitored to prevent question paper leak. If any ID is suspected, law enforcers will monitor and take immediate action. The decision was taken at a meeting on the security of SSC exams with law enforcement agencies at the Ministry of Education on October 13. READ: SSC exams: Coaching centres to remain shut from Nov 8 to 25 According to the schedule, the SSC and its equivalent examinations will end on November 23. Educational institutions across the country were closed in March last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the closure was extended several times. Last year’s HSC examinees were evaluated on the basis of their results of JSC and SSC exams, a decision which received a mixed reaction.
Refrain from unnecessary criticism: PM Hasina
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday asked those who are criticising the results of HSC and equivalent exams following the new system to refrain from unnecessary criticisms.
HSC, SSC exams to be held on brief syllabuses: Dipu Moni
Education Minister Dipu Moni on Monday said that the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) examinations will be held on shortened syllabuses.
Teen commits suicide after failing SSC examination
A teenage girl apparently hanged herself after failing the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examinations in Puthia village of Ullapara upazila on Sunday.
SSC Division: Rajshahi edges out Jashore again to claim top spot, while Sylhet rooted to bottom
The Rajshahi Education Board secured the top position while Sylhet fared worst among the nine general education boards in this year’s Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examinations, in terms of the pass rate or what percentage of their students passed the exam.