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03 Apr 2014   12:35:42 AM   Thursday BdST A- A A+ Print this E-mail this

HSC exams begin Thursday

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 The Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations begin Thursday throughout the country with a much larger number of 11,41,374 students sitting for the exams this year.

Officials said the exams will take place at 2352 centres, including five abroad, with the participation of the candidates from 8104 institutions under country’s 10 education boards, including one madrasa and one technical board.

Of the total, 6,06,293 are male and 5, 35,081 female students. Among them, 9, 24,171 students will sit under the higher secondary board, 1, 07,557 under madrasa board and 1, 04,669 will sit for exam under the technical board, said a daily sun report.

Minister for Education Nurul Islam Nahid made the official announcement at a press conference at the secretariat Wednesday. He said that the number of the total examinees has increased by 128,793 from previous year’s 10,12,581.

Besdes, this year examination on 25 subjects is going to be held under creative method as against only seven subjects in 2013.

A total of 202 students will also sit for the HSC exams at five overseas centers. The centers are the Jeddah, Riyadh, Tripoli, Doha and Abu Dhabi.

While answering a question, the Education Minister said, “Necessary preparations have already been taken to hold examination peacefully and free from copying.

He also said that physically challenged students will get writing assistant and extra 20 minutes during exam. 

The written examinations will end on June 5 and the practical examinations are scheduled to begin on June 7 and end within June 16.

 

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