SSC results for 1.8 million students published

SSC and equivalent exam results for about 1.8 million students have been published.

Senior Correspondentbdnews24.com
Published : 3 May 2017, 12:23 PM
Updated : 4 May 2017, 04:39 AM

Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid handed a summary of the exam results to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at the Ganabhaban around10am on Thursday, after which it was officially published.

Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid is scheduled to announce a summary of the results of the secondary exams at a press conference at the secretariat at 12:30pm on Thursday. Individual results will be available to students at 2pm.

The theoretical SSC and equivalent exams took place between Feb 2 and Mar 2, while the practical exams were held between Mar 4 and Mar 11.

About 1.43 million students sat for the SSC exams under eight boards, 256,501 students under the madrasa board and 104,212 students for the SSC vocational exams.

Last year, 88.29 percent of students passed SSC and equivalent exams. A total of 109,761 students passed with a GPA of 5.0.

Results by SMS

The SSC and equivalent exam results will be available through SMS for all mobile operators.

Students or their guardians can type ‘SSC/DAKHIL<space>the first three letters of the board’s name<space>student’s roll number<space>2017’ and send the message to 16222 to receive the results in an SMS response.

The results will also be available on the education boards’ website, educationboardresults.gov.bd.

Schools can also download the results of their students from the site and can collect hard copies of the results from their respective boards.

In special circumstances, hard copies may also be collected from the district administration and Upazila executive officer’s offices.

Review of results

Requests to review exam results can be made through state-run mobile operator Teletalk from May 5 to 11.

To review the results, students or their guardians can type ‘RSC<space>the first three letters of the board’s name<space>roll number<space>subject code’ and send the SMS to 16222.

An SMS response will inform the sender of the revision fee and provide them with a personal identification number or PIN.

If the sender agrees, they can type ‘RSC<space>YES<space>the PIN number<space>a mobile contact number’ and send the SMS to 16222.

For every subject and every paper to be reviewed, Tk 125 will be charged. Tk 250 will be charged for subjects with two papers.

More than one subject can be reviewed through the same SMS by separating their subject codes with a comma.

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