HSC, equivalent pass rate 85.95pc
News Desk || risingbd.com
The results of Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations of 2022 have been published on Wednesday (February 8). The average pass rate is 85.95 per cent across the country.
Education Minister Dr. Dipu Moni held a press conference to brief the details of the results at International Mother Language Institute in the capital’s Shegun Bagicha at 12:30pm.
Earlier, Education Minister Dr. Dipu Moni handed over the copies of results to the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
Later, the Prime Minister published the results of HSC and its equivalent examinations by pressing a button on the computer around 11:45 am.
The results were uploaded to the websites of the respective education board around 11:30 am.
The pass rate in Dhaka is 87.80 per cent, while 78.76 per cent in Chattogram, 80.32 per cent in Mymensingh, 81.59 per cent in Rajshahi, 81.4 per cent in Sylhet, 83.32 per cent in Jashore and 85.95 per cent in Barishal.
Total 1,78,443 students achieved GPA 5 in the HSC.
A total of 12,03,407 candidates took part in the examination under nine general education boards, madrasa board and technical education board.
Candidates can get their results online or through SMS, board officials said.
To get the results under general boards through SMS, candidates have to type HSC, the first three letters of the board name, followed by the candidate’s roll number and the year, and send it to 16222.
Alternatively, the candidates can also get results from http://www.educationboardresults.gov.bd.
They can download individual result sheets by entering roll and registration number.
Educational institutions can also download the results from https://dhakaeducationboard.gov.bd/ by putting in the EIIN number of the institution.