The date of the HSC exam result release is not fixed yet. Hsc and equivalent examinations of 2022 started on November 6 and continued till December 13. According to the rules, there is an obligation to publish the results of these two examinations within 60 days of the completion of the SSC and hsc examinations. As a result, the results of last year’s higher secondary certificate examination are scheduled to be published by February 13.
According to sources, a proposal was sent to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to prepare the results from 11 education boards and publish them 60 days before the end of the examination. Then the prime minister decides the time and the results will be published. However, the education boards have been completing the process of publishing the results within 60 days.
Meanwhile, recently news has spread on social media that the results will be published on February 13. “The HSC result will be published on February 13, Monday at 12 noon. ”
However, Professor Tapan Kumar Sarker, chairman of the Dhaka Education Board and chairman of the Inter-Education Board Coordination Sub-Committee, said that this information is not correct. He told me on Sunday (January 8th) at noon that the date of publication of the results of HSC and equivalent examinations of 2022 has not been fixed yet.
Regarding the information spread on social media, he said that those who gave it may have given it by calculating 60 days. Because there is a rule to publish the results within 60 days of the end of the examination. However, the information is not correct.
It is learned that out of 11 education boards, there were 9 lakh 85 thousand 713 examinees in the HSC examination this time under 9 general education boards. Of these, 5 lack 82 thousand 183 students, and 5 lack 3 thousand 530 students. These students from 2,678 educational institutions took part in the examination at 1,528 centers.
There were 94 thousand 763 examinees in the Alim examination under the Madrasa Education Board. Of these, 51,695 are students and 43,068 are female students. Candidates from 2,678 educational institutions took part in 448 centers.
And under the Technical Education Board, there was a total of one lakh 22 thousand 931 candidates in the HSC (BM / BMT) HSC (Vocational), Diploma-in-Commerce examinations. Of these, 88 thousand 918 students and 34 thousand 13 students. The candidates took part in 673 centers of 1,856 educational institutions.