Mymensingh Education Board Result 2023 Marksheet mymensingheducationboard gov bd (HSC, SSC Result 2022) All Result BD is now available on my website EducationsinBd com. The Official Website of Education Board Web Based Result Publication System for Education Boards (SSC Result 2022)
Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examination results have been published. This time the combined pass rate is 87.44 percent. Last year it was 93.58 percent. The results were officially announced on Monday (November 28) at noon. Results are available on a specific website.
Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examination results have been published. The results were officially published on Monday (8th February) at noon.
Mymensingh Education Board Result 2023 Marksheet mymensingheducationboard gov bd (HSC, SSC Result 2023)
Earlier, Education Minister Dipu Moni handed over a copy of the results and the statistical report to the Prime Minister at the Chameli Hall of the Prime Minister’s Office.
How To Check Mymensingh Education Board SSC Result 2023 Online?
Click here to view the results on the website. Through this website (https://eboardresults.com/v2/home), the candidate will be able to know the detailed result.
Apart from this, you can know the result by selecting the roll and registration number, exam name, year, and education board on the website www.educationboardresults.gov.bd.
How To Check Mymensingh Board SSC Exam Result 2023 SMS?
Apart from this, the results can also be known through mobile SMS. That’s why by going to the message option of the mobile, write SSC and write the first three letters of the board’s name with the space, write the roll number with the space and send it to the space and write the year of the pass with the space to 16222.
For example, SSC MYM 123456 2023 should be written and sent to 16222.
HSC MYM 123456 2023 should be written and sent to 16222.
It is to be noted that the SSC examination started on September 15. It runs until October 1st. This time, there were a total of 20 lakh 21 thousand 868 examinees including 9 general education boards, madrasas, and technical education boards. Of these, there were 15 lakh 99 thousand 711 examinees in 9 general education boards.
Apart from this, there were 2 lakh 68 thousand 495 candidates under the Madrasa Board and 1 lakh 53 thousand 662 candidates under the Technical Education Board.