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HSC results will be released by December 25

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  • 19 October, 2020 10:38:52

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News Desk: Everyone is autopsy in HSC and equivalent exams. Now their grade points will be determined on the basis of JSC and SSC examination results. It is learned that the education boards have started preparations to publish the results by December 25 on the advice of the technical committee.

Confirming the matter, the President of the Inter-Education Board Coordination Sub-Committee and the Chairman of the Dhaka Education Board, Prof. Ziaul Haque said on Sunday that HSC-equivalent results would be released based on the results of JSC-JDC and SSC-equivalent examinations. The student's grade point will be determined on the basis of the results of the previous two examinations. The advice of the technical committee will be followed in this regard.

He said a technical committee is being formed from the education ministry. The committee will prepare a guideline in early November on the basis of which the results of the HSC examination will be released in late December.

An official of the Dhaka Board of Education, who did not want to be named, said the results of the HSC-equivalent examination would be released between December 20 and 25. With that goal in mind, work has begun to produce results.

Meanwhile, a committee was formed last week to evaluate HSC and equivalent examinations, but it has not been done yet. Although the related file was taken, it is known that it is stuck in the office of the minister. The committee will be formed and a notification will be issued, the education minister's office said.

It is learned that a committee will be formed this week to evaluate HSC and equivalent examinations. The eight-member committee, comprising an additional secretary from the education ministry, will determine the grading system for autopsy students and make recommendations to the education ministry.

The chairman of the Dhaka Board will be the member secretary of the eight-member committee headed by the Additional Secretary of the Ministry of Education. He will also be a representative of Dhaka University, BUET, National University, Department of Health Education and Chairman of the Board of Technical and Madrasa Education.

The decision to change the department will also be taken on their advice. The expert committee will also work to fix the problem that may be due to departmental changes (those who have changed from science to humanities or other departments).

This year's HSC exams were recently canceled due to the Corona epidemic. The results of this year's HSC will be determined by averaging the results of JSC and SSC. This was stated by the Education Minister at a virtual press conference organized by the Ministry of Education on October 8.

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