HSC results may be released in the first week of February

The results of HSC and equivalent examinations may be released in the first week of February. It is learned that the examination controllers of all the education boards of the country are sitting in a meeting on Tuesday (January 11) to take a final decision in this regard.

Professor SM Amirul Islam, Controller of Examinations, Dhaka Board of Education, said that all the Board of Examiners of the Board of Education are meeting on Tuesday to formulate a policy for publishing the results due to the different methods of coronary examination.

Professor Nehal Ahmed, chairman of the inter-education board coordination committee and chairman of the Dhaka Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, told the media that preparations are being made to publish the results within 30 days. The results are expected to be released in the first week of February. However, HSC candidates have exams in three subjects but their papers are only six. So it may take some more time.

The HSC and equivalent examinations ended on December 30. In the 2021 academic year, more than 13 lakh 99 thousand students took part in HSC and equivalent examinations in 11 education boards. This time there were only 11 lakh 36 thousand 17 HSC candidates in 9 general education boards of the country. And under the Madrasa Board there were one lakh 13 thousand 144 Alim candidates. Besides, one lakh 46 thousand 529 students have appeared for HSC BM and Vocational examinations of Technical Education Board.