HSC results tomorrowNew Age online
Results of the Higher Secondary Certificate and its equivalent examinations will be published tomorrow (Saturday).
The results will be published on August 3, within sixty days of the ending of examinations, Subodh Chandra Dhali, senior information officer of the education ministry told New Age on Friday.
The results are scheduled to be first handed over to the prime minister, Sheikh Hasina, by education minister Nurul Islam Nahid at the prime minister’s office at 10:00am.
Nahid will also hold a press briefing at the ministry at 1:00pm.
The results will be published at colleges at 2:00pm. Students can check their results on the web site (www.educationboardresults.gov.bd). Students can also get to know the results by sending text messages to mobile operators, with a charge.
This year, 10,12,581 students from 7,803 educational institutions took part in the exams under 10 educational boards, including madrassah and technical boards, at 2,288 centres across the country.
Of the total examinees, about 8.36 lakh are regular students while over 1.67 lakh are irregular (students not belonging to the current academic year).
The examinations were held in April and May.
According to the ministry, over the past several years, the results of public examinations have been published within 60 days of the tests.
A total of 41 subject examinations were rescheduled this year due to general strikes called by opposition parties and cyclone Mahasen.
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