PM publishes HSC, equivalent exam results
News Desk || risingbd.com
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Photo taken from video.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has published the results of Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations.
She inaugurated the results publication programme at a function held at her official residence Ganabhaban around 11:00 am on Sunday (November 26).
Earlier, Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni along with the chairmen of the education boards handed over the copy of the results to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina around 10:00 am.
The HSC and equivalent exams for this year began on August 17, but due to a natural disaster, the Chittagong, madrasa, and technical board exams were postponed for a few days.
A total of 1,359,342 students — 6,88,887 boys and 6,70,455 girls — registered for this year’s HSC exams, 155,935 more than the previous year.
The HSC exams held at 2,658 exam centres and 9,169 educational institutions.
Among the total students, 11,08,594 students were supposed to appear for HSC under the nine general education boards, 98,031 under the Madrasa board, and 1,52,717 under the Technical Education board.