SSC Vocational math Assignment Answer 2022 PDF Download will be given under the Technical Board. Technical Education Board Director (Curriculum) Farid Uddin Ahmed made the announcement in a letter last Sunday. As mentioned, assignments for classes XI and XII of the SSC (BM / Vocational) / Diploma-in-Commerce course of 2021 conducted under the Bangladesh Technical Education Board will be given from next 26th July.
Preparation of SSC (Vocational) and Diploma-in-Commerce curriculum for the 2021 academic year in collaboration with the National Curriculum and Textbook Baird (NCTB) Done.
Based on which students will be given assignments.
It is learned that two assignments will be uploaded every Saturday. HSC level or Zpp.pw/hsc assignments can be found on the Technical Education Baird website at http://www.bteb.gov.bd/ notification and assignment– 2021 link.
SSC Vocational Math Assignment Answer 2022 PDF Download
How to start an assignment?
1. A scale
2. A pencil
3. A black ballpoint pen
4. Some A4 size paper
1. Write on one side of A4 size paper (never write on either side)
2. Will try to write clearly
3. Make sure there are no cuts in the text
4. Write the serial of the question (1,2,3… ../ a, b, c… ..) correctly
** How to fill the cover page:
* The cover page has three parts
1. The first part will meet the student
2. The second part will be filled by the assessing teacher
3. The third part will fill the institution
** Remember to complete all three parts of the cover page in English.
The first part of the assignment that the students will complete is the serial number of the assignment
** Serial number of the assignment: The serial number is given in the first cell of the subject of the assignment that you will create. Look at the question “History and World Civilization of Bangladesh”. Assignment No. 1 is written in the first cell. Then you write the serial number, 1. Because you’re starting number 1. If it is 2, then write 2. (Write it in English)
** Title: If you start “History and World Civilization of Bangladesh”, then the title point reads, “History Introduction”. So you have to write this article in the title.
** Subject code and subject name: It is written in your assignment and in your registration card. ” If the history and world civilization of Bangladesh, then write the subject code “153”. (Write it in English)
Subject Name: “History and World Civilization of Bangladesh”
** Name of the Board of Education: Do not just write the name of the district here. Such as (Dhaka / Jessore / Rajshahi). Instead you will write (Dhaka Board / Jashore Board / Rajsahi Board). (Write it in English)
** Registration Number: Look at it from your SSC registration card and write it very carefully so that no mistake is made. You have to look at your JSC registration and write because JSC and SSC are the same registration number. (Write it in English)
** Student’s Name: Look at your registration card and write your name in the same way as your name is spelled on the registration card. (Write it in English)
** Father’s Name: Look at your registration card and write your father’s name in the same way as the spelling of the name is written on the registration card. (Write it in English)
** Mother’s Name: Look at your registration card and write your mother’s name in the same way as the spelling of the name is written on the registration card. (Write it in English)
** Your work on the cover page is over. No need to give your hand anywhere else!
** How to start writing an assignment: Now let’s make a nice margin with pencil with A4 size page. Let’s start writing with a black ballpoint pen. Write “Assignment-01” and then finish “A” at the bottom, then “B” and then “C” consecutively on one side of the page. I leave it empty on the other side. There is no need to draw any flowers or petals next to a spot or page.
** When writing answers in assignments, it is better not to use any coloring pen other than black ballpoint pen.
When you finish writing, pin up these articles with the completed cover page. You have an assignment.
This will create the assignments.