Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examination results have been declared. The average pass rate of nine general education boards, madrasas, and technical education boards combined is 87.44 percent. In addition, the average pass rate is 82.22 percent in madrasa, 88.10 percent in nine education boards, and 84.07 percent in technical. Result aspirants can see the result through respective website and mobile SMS.
On 28th November, Education Minister Dipu Moni handed over the summary of SSC results to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at her residence- Ganabhaban. Later, nine general education boards and chairmen of technical and madrasa education boards handed over the results of their respective departments to the premier. This year’s pass rate is 6.14 percent less than the previous year. Last year the pass rate in SSC exam was 93.58 percent.
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It is reported that this year the pass rate in Dhaka Education Board is 90 percent, in Mymensingh 86.07 percent, in Rajshahi 85.88 percent, in Cumilla 91.28 percent, in Jashore 95.03 percent, in Chattogram 87.53 percent, in Barishal 89.61 percent, in Dinajpur 81.14 percent, and 78.82 percent in Sylhet. A total of 2,975 schools under all education boards secured 100 percent pass rate in this year’s examinations across Bangladesh. The number of the institutions with 100 percent pass rate has declined this year comparing to the previous year.
Over 2 lakh students got GPA-5
This year, a total of 2 lakh 69 thousand 602 student got GPA-5 in SSC and equivalent exams. Among them 1 lakh 48 thousand 446 are female students and 1 lakh 21 thousand 156 are male students. Dipu Moni gave this information while summarising the results of SSC and equivalent examinations at the International Mother Language Institute in the capital.
Female students are ahead in the pass rate
In this year’s SSC and equivalent examinations, female students are ahead in obtaining GPA-5 as well as in terms of pass rate. In the general, madrasa, and technical education boards, girls have a pass rate of 87.71 percent, and the pass rate of boys is 87.16 percent. Last time, the pass rate of girls in SSC and equivalent exams was 94.50 percent and the pass rate of boys was 92.69 percent. It should be noted that the SSC and equivalent examinations started on September 15. The SSC and equivalent exams were held after a long delay due to the Covid situation and floods. Usually, the result is published within 60 days of the completion of the examination. This year, more than 20 lakh candidates participated in the SSC and equivalent examinations. 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. A total of 3,790 centres conducted the exam.