As many as 10,500 students will get scholarships based on the results of Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations of 2023. Secondary schools can be shut if temperature drops below 10 C: DSHE Of them, 1125 students under nine general boards will be given merit scholarships while 9,375 general scholarships. A notice, signed by Prof. Nehal Ahmed, Director General of the Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education (DSHE), was issued in this regard on Tuesday. Nowfel wants new unis to refrain from running undergraduate courses at start of journey The education boards have been instructed to publish a gazette in this regard within January 21. Those who will get the scholarship under merit list will be provided Tk 825 per month and a lump sum Tk 1,800 once a year and the students under general list will be given Tk 375 per month and the lump sum Tk 750 once a year. Venice hosts congress of Bangladeshi students in northern Italy
A total of 92,0365 students have received GPA-5 in 2023 HSC and equivalent exams – an almost 50 percent decline compared to 2022. In 2022, a total of 176,282 students obtained GPA-5. Education Minister Dipu Moni handed over the result summary to the prime minister earlier this morning (November 26, 2023). Also read: HSC, equivalent exams 2023: Pass rate drops more than 7% compared to last year Later, chairmen of different education boards handed over the results of their respective boards to the PM. This year, a total of 13,74,488 students sat for HSC and equivalent exams from August 17 to September 25. Of them, 698,135 are boys, and 676,353 are girls. Also read: PM unveils HSC, equivalent results
The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent exams for 2024 will be held in February while Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent exams will be held in April, Bangladesh's Education Minister Dipu Moni said today (August 17, 2023). “For the past several years, the authorities concerned had to rearrange the academic calendar due to the Covid-19 pandemic and natural disaster, but it will be fully set from next year,” she hoped. The minister came up with the information while talking to reporters after visiting an SSC exam hall at Tejgaon College in Dhaka. “We will try our level best to hold HSC exams in April and SSC exams in February, from next year,” she added. HSC exams to be held on schedule: Dipu Moni Dipu Moni claimed that there has been no question paper leak in public exams in the last five years. “We have been on alert to prevent question paper leak since 2015 and I hope there will be no untoward incident during this year’s HSC exams.” If anyone tried to spread rumours, law enforcing agencies will take stern action against them, she said. HSC and equivalent exams for 2023 began across the country today. Students sat for the Bangla first paper exam on the first day, at 10 am. HSC exams to start on August 17 as per schedule: Dipu Moni A total of 13,59, 342 students — 6,88, 887 boys and 6,70,455 girls — are expected to sit for this year’s HSC exams, 1,55,935 more than the previous year. According to the routine, HSC written exams will continue till September 25 while practical exams will be held from September 26 to October 4. The HSC exams is being held at 2,658 exam centres and 9,169 educational institutions. Among the total students, 11,08,594 students will appear for HSC under the nine general education boards, 98,031 under the Madrasa board, and 1,52,717 under the Technical Education board. Not possible to nationalise private educational institutions before national polls: Dipu Moni
The Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations for 2023 are starting today (August 17, 2023) across Bangladesh. Students will sit for Bangla first paper exam on the first day, from 10 am. A total of 13,59, 342 students — 6,88, 887 boys and 6,70,455 girls — are expected to sit for this year’s HSC exams, 1,55,935 more than the previous year. HSC selection test to begin from May 30 Like the previous years, students have to enter their respective exam halls 30 minutes before the exam starts. According to the routine, HSC written exams will continue till September 25 while practical exams will be held from September 26 to October 4. HSC 2023: Exams to begin from Aug 17, routine published The HSC exams will be held at 2,658 exam centres and 9,169 educational institutions. Among the total students, 11,08,594 students will appear for HSC under the nine general education boards, 98,031 under the Madrasa board, and 1,52,717 under the Technical Education board. Next year's HSC exam on revised syllabus: Education Minister
The selection test for Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) will start in colleges from May 30. Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board issued a notice in this regard on Thursday. All the educational institutions have been asked to complete the selection test within June 21. Also read: HSC exams begin across the country The decision is applicable for Dhaka, Rajshahi, Jashore, Cumilla, Chattogram, Barishal, Sylhet, Dinajpur, Mymensingh, Bangladesh Madrasha and Technical Education Board and the controller of examinations of Bangladesh Inter-Education Board. The authorities concerned have been asked to take necessary steps in this regard.
Thakurgaon’s Raju Hossain’s life has always been a story of struggle with poverty. He had to work in a brick kiln to bear his education expenses. His sacrifice and hard work paid off, as the recently published HSC results gave him and his family a reason to celebrate. Concerns over his future still remain, however. Raju passed with the highest grade, GPA 5, from humanities group. He appeared in the HSC exams from Ranisankail Degree College in Thakurgaon under Dinajpur Education Board. “Though I should be celebrating, I’m actually very concerned right now. I have no idea how I would manage all of the necessary university expenses. I want to study law,” Raju said in a tensed voice. Raju recalled always working and often having only one meal a day at times. Also Read: Ramjan defies poverty with GPA-5 at HSC, but his university education uncertain “I still didn’t lose hope and continued my studies,” the youth said. After his HSC exam, he sought loans from an NGO to pay for his coaching class – for university admission – fees. However, he had to quit taking coaching classes because it was difficult to cover all the expenses with that amount. Raju’s father Anwar Hossain is a van-puller, and his mother Nazma Begum works in a cold storage facility. Because of the family’s financial situation, Raju’s younger sibling had to drop out of school. Raju began working various jobs in the hopes of improving his family’s financial situation. He worked as a van-puller in addition to working in a brick kiln. Read More: HSC Results: Jashore Board secures highest pass rate & Dhaka excels in GPA 5 “My son suffered a lot. I’m overjoyed with his accomplishment. At the same time, I am concerned about how he will continue his studies,” Raju’s mother said. Raju’s teacher, Ranisankail Degree College’s lecturer, Safikur Islam Alam said, as Raju had to work as a day labourer, he was not regular in classes. “We are aware of his hardship. We are proud of him,” he said. The teacher urged the local affluent people to come to Raju’s aid so that the bright student can continue his studies and fulfil his dream of studying law. Read More: Physical constraint couldn’t deter Jashore girl to score GPA 5 Local Union Parishad chairman Abdul Bari said he was not aware of Raju’s case. “I’m delighted to learn this. I will personally assist him with his educational expenses,” he said. Sohel Sultan Zulkar Nain, UNO of Ranisankail, said the upazila administration will help Raju. “Raju has proven that if there’s a will, there’s a way. I will personally help him too.” A total of 10,11, 987 examinees, out of 11,77, 387, passed the 2022 HSC exams under 11 education boards of the country. Read More: GPA system in SSC, HSC under review: Secretary Of them, 1,76,282 students secured the highest grade, GPA 5, this year.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today asked students to acquire special training on skills development on different subjects, especially on ICT, for taking advantage of the immense opportunities in the job market. “This is the digital era; you have to keep your eyes on this. If you do that, you will get more opportunities in the job market,” she said. The prime minister said this on the occasion of publishing Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent exam results at her office (PMO). Sheikh Hasina asked students to take skills development trainings, particularly on ICT, during their free time – to make them better prepared for the digital age. “Bachelor’s or master’s alone won’t be enough; you need special knowledge in any subject to expand job opportunities at home and abroad,” the PM said. She asked students not to waste their time and get trainings that the government is providing across the country. Sheikh Hasina asked concerned persons and authorities to put more attention on research. “Our research work on agriculture is going well; I will ask you to give more attention to other subjects,” she said. Read more: 85.95 % pass 2022 HSC, equivalent exams She said that without research it would not be possible to attain knowledge on the latest developments. The PM said that no country can be developed without having a literate nation. “We want a poverty-free Bangladesh. And for that we urgently need literate people.” In this connection, she said that the government has diversified education. “We have given special attention on education so that our children can cope with the continuously developing world. We are providing scopes to get higher education in every district. This will ensure employment too,” she said. She said that the government has set up subject-focused universities which are required to keep up with the rest of the world. She highly praised students for continuing their studies during the coronavirus pandemic and Russia-Ukraine war, sanctions and counter-sanctions – that have created a restless situation across the globe. “Within this situation, our children continued their education, sat for exams, and passed the exams – this is no small achievement.” Read more: How to see your HSC 2022 result She congratulated those who have passed in the exams and their guardians. “And those who did not manage to pass the exams, I would urge them not to be depressed. Start preparing for the next exam with determination.” Considering the pass rate for female students is higher than their male counterparts, she asked the latter to be more attentive in their studies. Sheikh Hasina said that children of the country are brilliant, and if they are given the opportunities, they can achieve anything. Earlier, Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni handed over the result summary to the prime minister. After that chairmen of different education boards handed over the results of their respective boards to the PM. The education minister, Deputy Minister for Education Mohibul Hassan Chowdhury and Secretary of Secondary and Higher Education Division Suleman Khan also spoke at the programme.
Results of 2022 Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations were published today. The average pass percentage is 85.95 percent. Education Minister Dipu Moni handed over the result summary to the prime minister earlier today. After that chairmen of different education boards handed over the results of their respective boards to the PM. Education Minister Dipu Moni announced the results at International Mother Language Institute in Dhaka. A total of 10,11, 987 examinees, out of 11,77, 387, passed the 2022 exams under 11 education boards of the country. The number was 13,06,718 in 2021. For 2022, a total of 1,76,282 students secured the highest grade, GPA 5, compared to 1,89,169 in 2021.
The results of 2022 Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations of 2022 are being published today. The results will be officially announced at the International Mother Language Institute in Segunbagicha, Dhaka at 12:30 pm. The results will be uploaded on the website of the respective education boards from 11:30 am. From then onwards, anyone can check his/her result via mobile SMS and on the website with roll and registration numbers. HOW TO GET 2022 HSC AND EQUIVALENT EXAM RESULTS ON MOBILE PHONE To get the result through SMS, a candidate will have to send an SMS typing HSC, and then write the first three letters of the respective education board. Then write the roll number with a space and write the year of exam with another space. Finally send it to 16222. Result will be sent in return SMS. Example: “HSC DHA 34**** 2022” and sent to 16222 HOW TO SEE ALIM RESULT To get Alim result, write ALIM, and then write MAD with a space, and then write roll number with another space, write the year of exam and send to 16222. Example: “ALIM MAD 34**** 2022” and sent to 16222 Read more: Wait for 2022 HSC results to be over shortly HOW TO SEE TECHNICAL EDUCATION BOARD RESULT In case of Technical Education Board, write HSC, and then write TEC with a space, write the roll number with another space and write the year of exam and send it to 16222. Example: “HSC TEC 34**** 2022” and sent to 16222Candidates can also get their results from http://www.educationboardresults.gov.bd entering roll and registration numbers.
Results of 2022 HSC and equivalent exams will be published on February 8. Tapan Kumar Sarker, convener of the Inter-Education Board Coordination Committee and Dhaka Education Board Chairman, confirmed the information to UNB today. Also Read: Irregularities in HSC exam centre: Showcause notice sent to Habibullah Bahar College “A proposal was sent to the Ministry of Education to publish the results between February 7 and 9. The prime minister set February 8 as the date,” he said. HSC and equivalent exams were held from November 6 to December 13 last year. A total of 1,203,407 examinees completed their registration to sit for the exams. Of them, 6,22,769 were boys and 5,80,611 were girls. Read More: HSC results likely between Feb 7-9