HSC-equivalent results between 8-14 February. The work of making the result of the HSC-equivalent examination is in the final stage. The results of the test may be released between 6 and 14 February. The Inter-Education Coordinating Board has sent a proposal in this regard this week. However, the results will be officially announced on the day the Prime Minister gives time.
The work of preparing the results of the HSC-equivalent examination held in December 2021 is in the final stage. All work will be completed in two or three days. Now all that is left is the formality of publishing the results. A proposal has been sent to the Ministry of Education to publish the results of the country’s largest public examination between February 6 and 14. It will be released on the day the Prime Minister gives time.
The chairpersons of all the education boards will present a summary to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at 10 am in the presence of the education minister on the day of the release of results. The results will be officially announced at a press conference at noon. Due to the Corona situation, it has been reported that the Prime Minister will be virtually involved in the results release ceremony.
In this regard, Dhaka Education Board’s examination controller Professor SM Amirul Islam said on Thursday (February 3) that the work of preparing the results of the HSC examination is at the final stage. It will be possible to publish the results any day after February 8. It will be possible on the day the Ministry of Education says. A proposal has been sent from the Inter-Education Coordinating Board stating the possible time for publishing the results. Proposals have been sent there to release the results between February 8 and 14.
On the basis of this, a proposal will be sent to the Prime Minister’s Office from the Ministry of Education at the beginning of next week. It will be officially announced on the day given by the Prime Minister.HSC and equivalent examinations started on December 2, 2021. About 14 lakh candidates from 9 general education boards and madrasa and technical education boards participated in the examination. There were 33,901 more candidates than last time. One and a half hour examination was held by reducing the number and time in three group-based subjects. There was no break between the multiple-choice (MCQ) and creative (CQ) part exams.