Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina released the results of this year’s Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations. The average pass rate this year is 87.44 percent and the average pass rate in Madrasa Education Board is 82.22 percent.
A copy of the result was handed over to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina through a ceremony at the Prime Minister’s office on Monday afternoon. After that, the result is declared officially.
The results of more than 20 lakh candidates of SSC and equivalent examinations of 9 General Education Boards, Madrasas, and Technical Education Boards will be published on Monday. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will inaugurate the results release program in the morning. Then the result will be given in detail.
The SSC and equivalent exams started on September 15. The SSC and equivalent exams were held after a long delay due to the Corona situation and floods. Usually, the result is published within 60 days of the completion of the examination.
Candidates can check the result on the website of education boards (www.educationboardresults.gov.bd) by selecting their roll number, registration number, exam name, year, and education board and clicking on submit button.
Apart from this, the result will also be known through a short message on the mobile phone. Go to the message option of the mobile phone and write SSC with a space and write the first three letters of the board name and write the roll number with a space and then write the past year with a space and send it to 16222. Example – SSC DHA 123456 2022 should be sent to 16222. The result will be known in return SMS.
For Madrasa Education Board write DAKHIL and write the first three letters of the name of the board with a space and write the roll number with a space and write the year of passing and send it to 16222. Example – Write DAKHIL MAD 123456 2022 to 16222. The result will be known in return SMS.
Students will also know the result from their respective schools.
SSC and equivalent examinations started on September 15 after being delayed for a long time due to the Corona situation and floods. A total of 20 lakh 21 thousand 868 candidates participated in this year’s SSC and equivalent exams. Among them 10 lakh 70 thousand 441 male students and 10 lakh 64 thousand 892 female students.
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