All coaching centres will remain closed for a month as the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations are scheduled to begin from February 15, said Education Minister Mohibul Hasan Chowdhury Nowfel. This year, a total of 20,24,192 examinees will appear in the examinations from 29,735 educational institutions at 3700 centres, he said while talking to reporters after a meeting over ensuring fair and copying-free environment during the examinations. EWU hosts freshers’ orientation for the 2024 Spring Semester The coaching centres will remain shut from February 13 to March 12, he added. The meeting also decided that no mobile phone and electronic devices will be allowed in the examination centres and only the hall secretary will be allowed to use a general phone set without internet connection. Don't put pressure on children for study: JnU VC Sadeka Halim The question code will be announced 25 minutes before the exam begins. Secretary to the Secondary and Higher Secondary Educaiton Soleman Khan, Secretary to the Technical and Madrasha Education Department Farid Uddin Ahmed, chairman of all education boards and law enforcing agencies were present at the meeting. Education Minister calls for further review of exam and evaluation system
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 Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations of all education boards scheduled for Monday (May 15) were postponed as cyclone Mocha is making landfall over Bangladesh-Myanmar coast . On Sunday, the SSC exams of the six education boards-Chattogram board, Cumilla board, Jashore board, Barishal board, Bangladesh Madrasa Education board and Technical Education board-for May 14 and 15 were postponed. Also read: SSC exams under six boards for May 14, 15 postponed due to Mocha Bangladesh Inter-Education Board Coordination Committee issued a notice in this regard signed by its chairman Professor Tapan Kumar Sarkar on Sunday (May 14, 2023). The SCC exam for May 15 was postponed as it will be held on a single question in all boards, it said. The revised schedule of the postponed exams will be announced later and exams will continue as per schedule from May 16, it reads. Read More: This is how Cyclone Mocha was named, plus all you need to know.
Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni on Sunday said stern action will be taken is anyone is found involved in spreading rumours over SSC question papers. “There is no scope of question leak in the this year’s SSC and equivalent exams, but rumours might spread and those will face tough punishment who will be found involved in spreading rumours,” she said while talking to reporters after visiting Badda High School center in the capital on the first of the SSC and equivalent examinations. Also Read: No chance of SSC question papers leaking: Dipu Moni Deputy Education Minister Mohibul Hasan Chowdhury Naoufel , Secretary to the Department of Secondary and Higher Education (DSHE) Soleman Khan, Directorate General of DSHE Nehal Ahmed and Dhaka Education Board Chairman Prof. Tapan Kumar, among others, were also present there. Social media platforms are being monitored round the clock to prevent spread of rumours, said Dipu Moni adding that action are being taken instantly if any attempt is made to spread rumours. Replying to a question over the next year’s SSC exam schedule, she said efforts are there to hold the next year’s exams ahead but it will be done taking opinion from teachers across the country. The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent exams for 2023 began on Sunday across Bangladesh. Also Read: Single admission test for universities from next year: Dipu Moni SSC exams began at 10 am with Bangla 1st Paper. According to the Ministry of Education, a total of 20,72,163 candidates are sitting for this year’s SSC and equivalent exams.
The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent exams for 2023 began today (April 30, 2023) across Bangladesh. SSC exams began at 10 am with Bangla 1st Paper. According to the Ministry of Education, a total of 20,72,163 candidates are sitting for this year’s SSC and equivalent exams. Also Read: SSC, equivalent exams to begin Sunday In order to ensure a conducive and peaceful environment, no one except the candidates will be allowed within 200 yards of the exam halls during the SSC exams, Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) said in a press release on April 27.
The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations for 2023 will begin in Bangladesh on Sunday (April 30, 2023). According to the Ministry of Education, a total of 20,72,163 candidates are likely to sit for this year’s SSC and equivalent exams. Also Read: No one except candidates to be allowed within 200 yards of SSC exam halls: DMP In order to ensure a fair and peaceful environment no one except the candidates will be allowed within 200 yards of the examination halls during the examinations, Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) said in a press release on April 27. Meanwhile, all coaching centres in the country will remain closed from April 26 to May 23 for holding the examinations smoothly, said Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni on Tuesday. Dipu Moni said that the examinations will be held on a short syllabus this year. Read More: 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
A female student hanged herself after failing the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examinations in Jamkandi village of Gowainghat upazila on Monday. The deceased was identified as Fahima Begum, daughter of Abdul Aziz of the village. She was a student at Birmangal High School. KM Nazrul Islam, officer-in-charge of Gowainghat police station, said Fahima hanged herself at home in the afternoon, shortly after receiving her results. Read more: Mymensingh girl commits suicide over SSC result Meanwhile, Fahima's mother and father went for a visit to her maternal uncle's house this morning. After coming home in the afternoon, they found Fahima's hanging body and informed police. On information, police rushed to the spot and recovered the body. Fahima's body has been kept in the morgue of Osmani Medical College Hospital in Sylhet for an autopsy, added the OC. Read more: 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.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today (November 28, 2022) asked parents to change their mindset that their children must get admission to the few schools that are famous in order to get good education. She said this while receiving the result summary of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations for 2022 at the PMO in Dhaka. “There are only a handful of famous schools. Many of us think that there would be no dignity, while some think that their children would get no education unless they can study in those schools. This mentality needs to be changed,” she said. Reaed more: SSC Results 2022: Jashore Board’s pass rate 95.17%, highest in country Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni handed over the summary of SSC results and related statistics to the prime minister. Sheikh Hasina said many noted dignitaries, including highly knowledgeable persons, scientists, civil service officers and leaders in the country studied at district-level schools. Such schools should not be neglected, she added. “It is easy for the famous schools to show off good results as they deal with the brightest students,” she said. Reaed more: SSC Results 2022: 2.69 lakh students score GPA-5 She said that credit should go to those (teachers and schools) who can groom and develop mediocre students and ensure they earn the best possible results. “They should be given support and should be rewarded,” she said. The PM stressed the need for close monitoring so that students can get proper education in every school. 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: Girls slightly ahead of boys with 87.71% pass rate Of them, 15.99 lakh were from nine general education boards, 2.68 under the Madrasa Education Board, and 1.53 lakh under the Technical Education Board. 2022 SSC and equivalent examinations began across the country on September 15.