Thursday, May 12th, 2011
The pass rate in this year’s Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and its equivalent examinations marked a record with 82.31 percent candidates passing which is 2.33 percent higher than last year.
As many as 76,749 students have achieved the highest score of GPA-5 (Grade Point Average) under all 10 boards this year. The number of GAP-5 achievers was 82,961 last year and 62,307 in 2009.
The pass rate is 82.16 percent in eight general education boards, with 62,788 students achieving GPA-5. The pass percentage was 78.19 last year with 62, 134 examinees achieving the highest grade.
The pass rate is 84.63 in Dhaka broad, ... (read more)
Sunday, May 16th, 2010
The results of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examinations-2010 broke all previous records with a pass rate of 78.19 percent and a sharp leap in the number of GPA-5 scorers.
As many as 62,134 students of eight education boards received the highest score of GPA-5 (grade point average) this year. Last year the pass rate was 67.41 with 45,934 students getting the highest grade point.
The number of schools with cent percent pass has also increased to 2,927 from last year's 2,726, while the number of schools with zero pass came down to 49 from 72.
The results of the SSC exams under eight ... (read more)
Sunday, May 16th, 2010
The number of female candidates in this year's SSC examinations in most general education boards was higher than male students but they couldn't match the performance of their male mates.
The examination results showed that the pass rate of female students under five general education boards is lower by 5.58 percentage point than the male students. The number of female students was 8,001 above the male students.
About 1,96,075 female students took the examination under Comilla, Chittagong, Barisal, Sylhet and Dinajpur Education Boards while the number of male students was 1,88,074.
Of them, 72.63 percent of the females and 78.27 percent of the ... (read more)
Thursday, March 25th, 2010
Over 18 percent of the HSC and its equivalent level students will not be able to sit for their examinations scheduled to begin on April 1 as they failed to fill in exam forms mainly for financial constraints.
About 127,844 students or 18.29 percent of the total 699,171 who got registration in 2008-2009 session after passing SSC or equivalent exams have dropped out of their institutions failing to fill in the HSC and equivalent exam forms, said a statistic of the authorities concerned.
It also says about 571,327 regular students, out of 732,457 examinees, will take the exams this year under ten ... (read more)
Sunday, July 26th, 2009
The results of this year's Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) examinations saw a drop in both the pass percentage and number of students obtaining GPA-5.
The pass percentage of HSC exams under the eight education boards came down to 70.43 from last year's 74.85, marking a fall of 4.42 percentage points. On the other hand, 18,222 students got GPA (Grade Point Average)-5, while the number was 19,108 last year.
However, the number of colleges with hundred percent pass has upped to 755 from 674, while like previous year 41 institutions experienced zero success.
The combined pass percentage of eight education boards, the Madrasa Education ... (read more)
Wednesday, May 27th, 2009
This year's Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination results show an over three-percent drop in the pass rate from last year but a jump in the number of students obtaining GPA-5.
This year 67.41 percent students passed while last year the figure was 70.81 percent.
A total of 45,934 students of eight education boards received the highest score of GPA-5 (Grade Point Average) this year. Last year 41,917 students got the highest score.
The number of schools with cent percent pupils passed has also increased to 2,726 from last year's 2,272.
The results were published yesterday, within two months of the exams.
Viqarunnisa Noon School and ... (read more)
Wednesday, May 27th, 2009
Viqarunnisa Noon (VN) School, Ideal School and College and Monipur High School from Dhaka secured the top three positions amongst GPA-5 achieving institutions from around the country in the SSC examinations this year.
Viqarunnisa topped the list of highest GPA-5 achievers with 887 students achieving the feat followed by Ideal School and College with 745 students and, Monipur High School with 556 students.
Other toppers on this list from across the country include Motijheel Model High School with 450 students, Collegiate School, Chittagong with 346, Milestone College with 330, AK High School with 327, Rajuk Uttara Model School and College with 326, ... (read more)
Thursday, September 11th, 2008
The results of Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) examinations published yesterday show a record-breaking boost with more than 10 percent pass rate and almost double GPA-5 achievers compared to last year's results.
Like the glorious results of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) 2008, results of the HSC exams under seven education boards broke all previous records with 74.85 percent pass and 19,108 students securing the highest grade point average (GPA)-5.
Besides, the number of colleges with hundred percent pass has also increased to 678 from last year's 434, while the number of institutions with zero pass came down to 41 from 60.
Educationists ... (read more)
Monday, June 30th, 2008
The record-breaking SSC results demonstrate the widening gap between urban and rural education standard as most urban schools put on outstanding performance, while the bulk of failure goes to rural institutions.
As many as 2,272 schools made 100 percent success and 52,500 students secured GPA-5 (grade point average) in this year's SSC examinations, while the number of schools with zero pass is 91.
Most of these successful schools and students are from urban areas, while most of the poor performed institutions are in rural areas, according to sources in Inter-Board Computer Section.
Private tuition and quality education make a huge difference in this ... (read more)
Friday, June 27th, 2008
The results of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examinations 2008 published yesterday broke all previous records with a 70.41 percent pass rate and 41,917 students achieving GPA-5.
The number of schools with hundred percent pass records has also increased to 2,272 from last year's 778, while the number of schools with zero pass came down to 91 from 248.
Educationists and teachers of renowned schools believe this success in the country's largest public examination is the outcome of students' efforts and guardians' awareness.
The results were published under the grading system introduced in 2001 and showed a tremendous boost with pass rate of 70.41, ... (read more)