Monday, February 26, 2024

SSC exams to begin on 30 April

News Desk : dhakamirror.com This year’s Secondary School Certificate and its equivalent exams will start from April 30, about two months later than the usual time, due to the fallout of Covid-19 pandemic. Usually, during the pre-Covid period, SSC exams began in the first week of February. Chairman of Dhaka Education Board Tapan Kumar Sarkar ... Read more

Today’s SSC exams deferred to Friday

The Secondary School Certificate and equivalent Dakhil and vocational examinations scheduled for today was deferred next Friday. The deferral of the exams came after the Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami on Monday called countrywide daylong general strike for today. Education secretary Kamal Abdul Naser Chowdhury told New Age that all examinations

SSC exams begin today

The Secondary School Certificate and equivalent dakhil and vocational examinations will begin today with students taking the Bangla first paper exams. This year, 13,03,203 students, 6,68,268 boys and 6,34,935 girls from 27,073 institutions, have registered to take the exams at 2,758 centres

2 centres get separate question sets

SSC Exams 2 centres get separate question sets Two examination centres under Dhaka Education Board received separate question sets on the third day of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations yesterday. The examinees under Keraniganj and Netrakona centres discovered that they received another question set when they compared theirs with other centres, said some ... Read more

SSC Exams Begin

Huge number of candidates absent A total of 6,583 candidates were absent on the first day of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and its equivalent examinations while 23 students were expelled for resorting to unfair means. Eight education boards, one Madrasa Education Board and one Technical Education Board are conducting the month-long SSC, Dakhil and SSC ... Read more

SSC exams start today

Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations begin today involving some 13,15,002 examinees from 26,297 educational institutions across the country. Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid yesterday said the government has taken all-out measures to ensure a peaceful environment and prevent cheating at the examination

SSC exams begin tomorrow

Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations begin tomorrow with 13,15,002 examinees taking part under 10 education boards including one madrasa and one technical education board. Last year, 12,06,019 students registered for the exam. The examination routine was chalked out with upcoming World Cup Cricket fixture in mind