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30 Dec 2013   01:09:53 PM   Monday BdST A- A A+ Print this E-mail this

98.58% passed in PSC exams


The results of Primary Education Terminal and Ebtedayi examinations were published on Monday with an average of 98.58% and 95.8% pass rates respectively.

 A total of 2,40,961 examinees of PSC and 7,253 of Ebtedayee secured highest grade point average GPA-5 this year.

A total of 29,61,237 students– 14, 36, 253 boys and 15, 48, 984 girls–sat for the PSC and Ebtedayee examinations, where 27, 45, 614 came out successful.

A total of 24, 83,142 (98.58 percent) students out of 26,39,045 passed the PSC examinations while 2,62,472 (95.80 percent ) students out of 3,22,192 achieved success in Ebtedayee examinations.

Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid handed over the results to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at her official residence, Ganabhaban, at about 10:30 am.

Sheikh Hasina then formally published the results.

The students will get their results after the Education Minister’s press briefing at around 12:30 pm at the ministry.

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