HSC, equivalent exams’ results published with 95.26pc pass rate

The results of the Higher Secondary Certificate and equivalent examinations of 2021 were published on Sunday with a pass rate of 95.26 per cent.
The number of students securing GPA 5 is 1,89,169.
The results were officially announced by the prime minister Sheikh Hasina virtually from the Ganabhaban while later in a press briefing the education minister present the results at the International Mother Language Institute in the capital at about 12:00pm.
This year out of 14,03,244 examinees, 13,06,718 passed the exams

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Real test ahead

With HSC results out, students now face tough competition for higher studies
Niloy Mahmud was over the moon after getting his HSC results on Sunday. His parents were also delighted as their son achieved the highest distinction, GPA-5.
A student from science group, Niloy wants to study engineering and his first choice is Buet. But whenever he thinks of getting into the university,

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HSC results to be published across Bangladesh on August 9

The results of Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations will be published on August 9, ending an anxious wait for around 11 lakh examinees.
Disclosing the date yesterday, Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid told reporters that he would ceremonially hand over  copies of the results to Prime Minister

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Students to depend more on pvt institutions for higher edn

Students who have passed Higher Secondary Certificate and equivalent exams this year will depend more on private educational institutions as the students far outnumber the seats in public universities and students are unwilling to pursue higher education under the National University in colleges.
According to the latest University Grants Commission report that was placed in the parliament this

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Top 20 under Dhaka Board in HSC Exams

City colleges dominate list 
The educational institutions in the capital dominate the list of top 20 institutions in this year’s HSC examination results under Dhaka Board published yesterday.
Only five colleges outside the capital have secured positions in the list of top 20 colleges, prepared by the education ministry, on the basis of five

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Boys defeat girls in pass rates

Female students lag behind male students in terms of pass percentage in Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations this year.
The pass percentage of female examinees is 75.01 with 2,63,412 coming out successful among 3,51,153 while 75.14 percent of male students passed the

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Madrasa students mark 89pc pass rate

For six straight years, Madrasa Education Board has topped the success charts, among the 10 education boards achieving an astounding 89.57 percent pass rate in this year’s Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations.
The average success rate of the board has increased by more than three percent this year compared

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HSC results better a little

75.08pc pass exams; 10,500 more score GPA-5 this year
More than three-fourths of the total number of students appeared in this year’s Higher Secondary Certificate examination passed marking a slight improvement in overall academic standard.
For the first time in the country’s history the combined pass percentage under 10 education boards, including Madrasa Education Board and Technical Education Board, rose to 75.08 with 39,769 students scoring GPA-5 (Grade Point Average).
The pass percentage this year has increased by 0.8 percentage point from that of last year’s 74.28 percent. A total of 28,671 students

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HSC results today

The results of this year’s Higher Secondary Certificate and its equivalent examinations will be published simultaneously today.
The results will be released at 2:00pm through the respective centres, educational institutions, websites of all education boards and also short message services (SMS) of different mobile phone

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HSC results on July 27

The results of the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations will be published on July 27.
Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid will announce the result through a press conference at the ministry after handing over the copy of the results to the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, Dhaka Education Board Chairperson Prof Fahima Khatun told

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