HSC Result 2023 Date All Education Board Exam 2023 Bangladesh. The results of the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations will be published on November 26. Tapan Kumar Sarker, convener of the Inter-Education Board Coordination Committee and chairman of the Dhaka Education Board, said this on Sunday morning. The HSC and equivalent examinations were concluded on November 26.
The results of this year’s Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations can be published on November 30. Several members of the Inter-Education Coordination Board gave this information on Wednesday (October 18).
According to inter-education coordination board sources, it is customary to publish the results within 60 days of taking this public examination. This time too, the results will be published within that time frame. However, the exams of the three education boards started late due to the floods.
It is learnt that the last day of the last week of November has been chosen to publish the results. However, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will finalize it. Earlier, the Inter-Education Coordination Board will send a proposal to the Ministry of Education with some possible dates for the publication of the results.
Although the results of this test are likely to be published in the first week of February, it is not happening. Sources in the Dhaka Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board said that those who have taken the exam from outside the country are delaying the preparation of the results due to the delay in the arrival of their accounts due to corona.
HSC Result 2023 Bangladesh:
The wait for 12 lakh students appearing for the higher secondary examination will end on Wednesday. The results of HSC and equivalent examinations will be published today. The chairmen of the education boards will hand over the summary of the results to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at 10:30 am on Wednesday. Later, the results will be published at 11:30 p.m. Students will get the results online on the scheduled website and through SMS. The results will also be sent to the college. Education Minister Dr. Dipu Moni will hold a press conference at the International Mother Language Institute in the capital at 12 noon with various information related to the results of HSC and equivalent examinations. Dipu Moni. More than 12 lakh students, including nine general education boards, madrasa boards, and technical boards, are awaiting the results of HSC and equivalent examinations.
HSC Result 2023 Date All Education Board Exam 2023
HSC Results will be published on November 30 2023.
According to sources, the process of sanding marks from nine general, madrasa, and technical education boards has already been completed. Now the work of creating the overall results through the software is going on centrally. Once the results are ready, they will be notified to the Ministry of Education.
Three dates will be selected from the ministry and sent to the Prime Minister’s Office. The results will then be published on the day the Prime Minister gives time. When asked about this, Prof Nehal Ahmed, president of the Inter-Education Coordination Board and chairman of the Dhaka Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board, told the media this morning, “We are yet to prepare the results.
Due to Corona, there is a delay in the preparation of the results due to the delay in the arrival of examination papers from outside the country (abroad). Therefore, it will not be possible to publish the results in the first week of February. However, I hope to publish the results by November 30.
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It is to be noted that this time, the number of candidates in HSC and equivalent examination was about 14 lakh, including 9 general education boards and madrasa and technical education boards.
Inter-Education Board Coordination Committee Convener and Dhaka Board Chairman Professor Tapan Kumar Sarker said that the students will get the results by Wednesday noon. The results will be published at 11:30 pm. Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni will hold a press conference at the International Mother Language Institute at 12:30pm highlighting various information related to the results. Dipu Moni.
In response to a question, he also said that the summary of the results will be handed over to the Honorable Prime Minister before that. The program is scheduled to begin at 10:30 am at the Prime Minister’s Office.
Due to the coronavirus epidemic and floods, the HSC and equivalent examinations started from November 6. Nine general education boards, madrasa boards and technical boards were supposed to take the examination of 12 lakh 3 thousand 407 students. This time too, hsc and equivalent examinations were taken by reducing the subject, number and time. Like the previous academic year, the syllabus was also short.
HSC Exam Statistics 2023
Hsc and equivalent examination results of 2022 have been published. This time, the average pass rate of nine general education boards, madrasas and technical education boards is 85.95 percent, which is 9.31 percent less than last year.
According to the results, a total of 11 lacks 77 thousand 387 students took part in the examination this time, which is 1 lakh 94 thousand 294 less than the last time. Last year, the pass rate was 95.26 percent, but this year it is 85.95 percent.
The number of students getting GPA-5 in 2022 has also decreased. This time 1 lakh 76 thousand 282 people got GPA-5. Last year, the number was 1 lakh 89 thousand 169. Compared to 2021, 12 thousand 887 people got gpa-5 less this year.
According to the results, the pass rate in Dhaka Board is 87.83 percent, 86.95 percent in Barisal, 80.50 percent in Chittagong, 90.72 percent in Comilla, 79.08 percent in Dinajpur, 81.60 percent in Rajshahi, 81.40 percent in Sylhet, 80.32 percent in Mymensingh and 83.95 percent in Jessore. And the pass rate in madrasa board is 92.56 percent and in technical education board 94.41 percent.
According to the results, 62 thousand 421 people got GPA-5 in Dhaka Board, 21 thousand 855 in Rajshahi, 14 thousand 991 in Comilla, 18 thousand 703 in Jashore, 12 thousand 670 in Chittagong, 7 thousand 386 in Barisal, 4 thousand 871 in Sylhet, 11 thousand 830 in Dinajpur and 5 thousand 28 in Mymensingh. And 9 thousand 423 people got GPA-5 in madrasa board and 7 thousand 104 people got technical education board.