SSC Math Short Syllabus 2021-2022 pdf download has been published today on my educations in bd com website. This year’s SSC / Equivalent and HSC / Equivalent candidates will have to assign only three elective subjects as per the rearranged short syllabus. And the irregular candidates who failed in the previous year only have to do the assignment in the group-based election. No mathematics assignments are required or fourth. This information has been given in the notification issued by the Inter-Education Board Examination Regulatory Sub-Committee of the Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education last Thursday.
According to the notification, this year’s SSC and equivalent and HSC and equivalent examinations will be held in only 3 group-based elective subjects as per the reorganized short syllabus. By reducing the test time and test number, the test will be taken in accordance with the hygiene rules.
SSC Math Short Syllabus 2022 pdf download
In 2021, SSC and equivalent and HSC and equivalent examinations will have to participate in assignment activities as part of preparation for regular, irregular, partial failure, private examination and GPA development examination. Regular, Irregular Private Candidates and GPA Development SSC-HSC Candidates are required to participate in assignment activities for only 3 group-based elective subjects.
The notification further said that if a candidate who has failed in partial subject (failed in one or two subjects) has failed in elective subject, then the examinee has to participate in the assignment activities in his failed elective subject. For example, if a candidate who has failed in a partial subject fails in Bangla (compulsory subject) and Chemistry (optional subject), then he / she will participate in the assignment activities only in Chemistry subject. Candidates who fail in the required and fourth subjects do not have to participate in the assignment activities.
Assignment activities for this year’s SSC candidates have started. The three-week assignments of the examinees have already been published. The Department of Secondary and Higher Education (Maushi) has sought comprehensive information on this activity.