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09 Feb 2014   12:28:31 AM   Sunday BdST A- A A+ Print this E-mail this

SSC exams beginning Sunday


The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations are beginning Sunday across the country with a total of 14, 32,727 examinees sitting for the public exams under 10 education boards.  

 A total of 733,202 male candidates and 699,525 female students from 27,489 institutions will appear in the examinations this year at 2942 centers.


Of them, 10, 90,555 students will take part in SSC tests under eight boards, 239,749 students under Madrasa Board and 102,423 students will appear in SSC vocational tests under the technical board.


Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid briefed journalists about the SSC and equivalent examinations at the secretariat Saturday.


The number of candidates jumped by 129,524 this year from 13, 03,203 candidates in the previous year.


This year, all the SSC examinations will be held under creative questionnaires except Bangla Second Paper, English First and Second Papers, General Mathematics and Higher Mathematics.


The examinations will kick-off with Bangla 1st paper for the candidates of SSC, Bangla 2nd paper for the candidates of Vocational while Dakhil candidates will appear for Quran Majid and Tamzid.


The visually-impaired and other physically challenged candidates would be allowed 20 minute extra time than the normal ones.


The examinations were supposed to start on February 2, and the exams have been shifted to February 9 due to Biswa Ijtema. The written examinations will end on March 13 and the practical exams are scheduled to begin on March 16.


The minister also said the examinations will end on March 20 while the results will be published within the 60 days. He also said mobile set phones will not be allowed in the examinations centers.

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