উন্মুক্ত বিশ্ববিদ্যালয় এসএসসি ফলাফল BOU SSC Result 2023 Bangladesh Open University. The final result of the 2023 SSC examination under Bangladesh Open University along with the subject-wise results of the first and second years were released yesterday. The pass percentage is 79.15 percent.
BOU Bangladesh Open University SSC Exam Result 2023
The number of students registered in the SSC-2023 batch of Bou is 84,204. In the first and second years, 66 thousand 548 students participated in this examination. In the final examination, 32 thousand 881 students appeared and 26 thousand 26 passed.
উন্মুক্ত বিশ্ববিদ্যালয় এসএসসি ফলাফল BOU SSC Result 2023 Bangladesh Open University
Of the students, 14 have passed A plus, 894 A, 4,015 A-minus, 8,060 B, 12,499 C, and 544 in D grade.
BOU SSC Result 2022 Bangladesh Open University
First, enter the website www.bou.ac.bd bou.edu.bd / https://www.bou.org.bd/result/show_result.php of Bangladesh Open University.
Now the SSC has to be selected.
Enter your ID number in the text box
and click on “Search Result”. , you will see your open SSC Result 2023.
For the Final GPA Result Please Visit: www.bou.org.bd/result
For In detail, Year-wise and Semester-wise Result Sheet, please visit: https://exam.bou.ac.bd
For only BAgEd / LAW / MA / MSS Semester-wise result & Gazette.
BOU SMS Result:
To get B.Ed, BA/BSS, BBA, SSC, HSC Result by Mobile, Go to the mobile message option and type –
BOU<space>Student Id and Send the Massage to 2777 number
Example: BOU 08010012237
Send the Massage to 2777
Note: Student_Id must be Digits without (-) character and the Message must be written in English Format.
About Bangladesh Open University
The need for an open university in Bangladesh was felt long ago. The history of distance education in Bangladesh dates back to 1956 when the Education Directorate was assigned the responsibility for the distribution of 200 radio receivers to educational institutions. This led to the creation of an Audio-Visual Cell, which was upgraded to the Audio-Visual Education Centre in 1962. No further progress in distance education was made till 1971.
After its Independence, Bangladesh faced the challenge of meeting the educational needs of mass people. To meet this challenge the necessity for a new model of education was widely felt. As a sequel to that feeling, the School Broadcasting Pilot Project was launched in 1978. The project was transformed into the National Institute of Educational Media and Technology (NIEMT) in 1983.
NIEMT was later replaced by the Bangladesh Institute of Distance Education (BIDE) in 1985. Apart from producing audio-visual materials, BIDE offered the Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) program in distance mode. The success of BIDE encouraged policymakers to take up a major plan for establishing an open university. The plan became a reality in October 1992 when the Bangladesh Open University Act 1992 was passed in Parliament.