Alongside son, mother in Pabna passes SSC exams
A mother has passed 2022 Secondary School Certificate (SSC) exams alongside her son at Sultanpur village in Khanmorich union under Pabna’s Bhangura upazila. The woman has been identified as Monjuara Khatun, wife of Abdur Rahim, a van driver. Monjuara’s education was disrupted due to getting married at an early age. She resumed her studies after some 20 years, while in the process of educating her two children. Family members credit her sheer willpower for her success in SSC exams. Monjuara has obtained GPA 4.93 out of 5 from Shamima Jafar Fisheries Institute in the district’s Tarash upazila, while her son Mehedi Hasan has received GPA 4.89 from the vocational department of Bhangura’s BM School and College. Read: SSC Results 2022: 2,975 institutions achieve 100% pass rate, none passed from 50 “I couldn’t study much as my parents married me off 20 years ago, due to acute poverty. I was interested in education once again, seeing my children study. Without my husband’s immense support, I couldn’t have succeeded in SSC,” said an ecstatic Monjuara. Monjuara added that she wants to study up to the degree level, but is unsure if she will be able to do so due to the economic condition of her family. Monjuara’s son Mehedi was proud of his mother’s achievement, saying that there is no age for education. Her husband Rahim was also overjoyed and affirmed that he will support Monjuara’s education at any cost. Read: Mymensingh girl commits suicide over SSC result “Mehedi is a regular student of my institution. The news of him and his mother passing the SSC exams together is a very happy one,” said Mofazzal Hossain, Principal of Khanmorich BM School and College. Nahid Hasan Khan, Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO) of Bhangura, said that Monjuara’s success story is important for the locality and will inspire a lot of women like her.
SSC Results 2022: Girls slightly ahead of boys with 87.71% pass rate
Female students have secured slight better pass rate, at 87.71 percent, than their male counterparts at the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent exams for 2022, as in the previous year. The SSC pass rate of male students is 87.16 percent. Education Minister Dipu Moni shared detailed information on this year’s SSC results during a press conference at International Mother Language Institute in Dhaka on Monday noon. Read: Don’t be obsessed with a few famous schools: PM to parents of SSC-passing students This year, 17,43,619 students -- 8,70,046 boys and 8,73,573 girls -- from 29,639 institutes under 11 education boards in the country successfully passed the SSC and equivalents exams. Girls also ahead in achieving GPA-5 A total of 2,69,602 students across the country have scored GPA-5. Among them, 1,21,156 are male students and 1,48,446 female. Read: SSC Results 2022: Jashore Board’s pass rate 95.17%, highest in country This year, more than 20 lakh students took part in SSC and equivalent examinations. Of them, 15.99 lakh were from nine general education boards, 2.68 lakh under the Madrasa Education Board, and 1.53 lakh under the Technical Education Board. SSC and equivalent examinations began across the country on September 15.
No SSC question paper leaked, Dinajpur incident regrettable: Dipu Moni
No question paper of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent exams was leaked this year, said Education Minister Dipu Moni on Saturday. “No question paper of SSC exams was leaked in the last four years,” she added. The minister told this to local journalists after attending a programme on social harmony in Chandpur sadar upazila. However, She said what happened in Dinajpur is regrettable. Read: DU Journalism department celebrates Diamond Jubilee “Secretary of an examination centre took packets containing question papers of different subjects together. A probe is underway to identify the reason behind it and the centre secretary-headmaster has been suspended,” said the education minister. Legal action will be taken against him, she said. On September 21, SSC examinations on four subjects under the Dinajpur Education Board were postponed as questions of English 1st paper and 2nd paper of the ongoing SSC exams went viral on Facebook and WhatsApp.Dinajpur Board also formed a three-member probe committee headed by Prof Faraz Uddin Talukdar, college inspector of the Education Board. Earlier on September 20, three school teachers, including Lutfur Rahman, the headmaster and secretary of Bhurungamari Nehal Uddin Pilot High School centre, and two assistant teachers of the school – Zubaiyer Hossain and Aminur Rahman – were arrested in this connection.
SSC question paper leak: Kurigram UNO show-caused
A show-cause notice has been issued to the Bhurungamari Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO) of Kurigram over the incident of question papers leak of SSC examinations at Nehal Uddin Pilot Girls' High School. Kurigram Deputy Commissioner (DC) Md Rezaul Karim said on Friday that Bhurungamari UNO Dipak Kumar Dev Sharma has issued letters regarding the examination as per the rule. “The matter is being looked into, whether there is any negligence in his duty,” said the DC. DC Rezaul issued the show-cause notice to the UNO on Wednesday and asked for a response in three days. “Further action will be taken after receiving the response of the show-cause,” he added. He also said the three-member probe committee of Dinajpur Education Board returned today after the investigation here. According to the investigation, Nehal Uddin Pilot Girls’ High School Headmaster and Central Secretary Lutfar Rahman and in-charge officer Upazila Secondary Officer Abdur Rahman put single question paper of Bangla 2nd paper, English 1st and 2nd paper inside the envelope of question papers of Bangla 1st paper while sorting question papers at Bhurungamari and sealed the envelope. Read: SSC question paper leak: Three more held in Kurigram It was later signed by Upazila Secondary Education Officer Abdur Rahman. On the day of examination of Bengali 1st paper, Central Secretary Lutfar Rahman along with his associates brought the packet of Bengali 1st paper and took away the papers of Bengali 2nd paper, English 1st and 2nd paper. Later, with the help of some teachers, the headmaster prepared the handwritten answer sheets of the leaked question papers and sold them to the students of that school at a price of Tk 15,000 to Tk 20,000, as per the investigation. On Thursday, Bhurungamari Upazila Secondary Education officer Md Abdur Rahman was suspended but will receive a subsistence allowance. On Wednesday, SSC examinations on four subjects under the Dinajpur Education Board were postponed due to question papers leak in Kurigram's Bhurungamari upazila. Copies of English 1st paper and 2nd paper of the ongoing SSC examinations went viral on Facebook and WhatsApp on Monday and Tuesday. So far, six people, including headmaster and secretary of Bhurungamari Nehal Uddin Pilot High School, have been held in Kurigram in this connection. Read: Kurigram SSC examinees form human chain demanding probe into question leak Dinajpur Board also formed a three-member probe committee headed by Professor Faraz Uddin Talukdar, college inspector of the Education Board. The postponed SSC examinations on four subjects under the Dinajpur Education Board will be held from October 10 to 13. The four subjects are: Mathematics, Physics, Agricultural Science and Chemistry. Exams on other subjects will be held as per the schedule.
New routine for SSC exam published
The new routine for Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examinations 2022 has been published.The Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education released the routine for all educational boards on Sunday.According to the routine, the examination will begin on 15 September and continue till October 15. Read: SSC, HSC Certificate Information Change or Correction Process in BangladeshAll examinations will be held from 2pm to 4pm.The SSC and its equivalent examinations, under all the education boards scheduled to begin on June 19, were postponed due to the flood situation in the country on June 17.Like the previous year, the examinations will be held on the shortened syllabus.A total of 20,21,868 students are expected to sit for the examinations.
Postponed SSC exams' schedule after distribution of textbooks in flood-hit areas: Dipu
The schedule of the postponed Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations will be announced two weeks after distribution of textbooks among the students in the flood-hit districts, said Education Minister Dipu Moni on Wednesday. There have been extensive damages due to the recent devastating flood and it was not possible to save the textbooks in the flood area, she told the reporters at the Secretariat. “We need to ascertain how many books will be needed in these areas first. If necessary we will print textbooks.” Once the distribution of books is completed, the students need a little time to prepare themselves for the exams she added. Read: Floods in the northeast throw over 4.55 lakh students in Sylhet div into uncertainty The SSC and its equivalent examinations, under all the education boards scheduled to begin on June 19, were postponed due to the flood situation in the country on June 17. About the rapid surge of Covid-19, the minister said if they can vaccinate the students below 12, they will keep the educational institutions open. “At this moment, schools will not be closed. Decision will be taken seeing the situation.”
New schedule of SSC exams to be announced when there will be no floodwater in schools: Dipu
The schedule of suspended Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations will be announced once floodwater completely recedes from schools, said Education Minister Dipu Moni. The minister said this while talking to reporters on Saturday at a programme held at Chandpur Press Club. Read: SSC exam postponed for worsening flood “When students will be able to attend the exams easily the new schedule for exams will be announced,” she said. On June 17, SSC and equivalent examinations, under all the education boards slated to begin on June 19 were postponed due to the flood situation in the country.
Age no bar: 43-year-old passes SSC exam in Sirajganj
Defying age Rabiul Awal of Kamarkhand upazila of Sirajganj district has passed this year’s Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination with a good grade at the age of 43. Rabiul, the youngest son of Sohrab Hossain of Nandinamadhu village of the upazila, appeared in the SSC examination of 2021 (Vocational) and obtained GPA 4.68. A three-time elected member of Ward No 9 of Jamtoil Union Parishad of the upazila, Rabiul was a little bit frustrated as he failed to win the post in the recently held UP election. Read: UP-polls violence: 1 succumbs to injuries in Sirajganj, 1 arrested “But the SSC results which was published on December 31 washed away my grief and brought me joy,” he told the UNB correspondent. In 1992, Rabiul appeared in the SSC exam under Rajshahi General Education Board. In all subjects except Mathematics he got letter marks. He failed in Mathematics securing only 28 marks, he said.. Being frustrated over the failure, he stopped studies. After remaining detached from formal education for 29 years, Rabiul started to think over resuming study two years back and got admitted to Shahidul Bulbul Technical School and College in class IX under Technical Education Board . This time he succeeded. Encouraged by the success he now wish to continue his study. Read:Shocker from Sirajganj: In-laws ‘shave housewife’s hair, eyebrows’ Upazila secondary education officer Md Sakman Ali confirmed Rabiul’s achievement. Robiul is the youngest among his seven siblings. Among them, his two brothers are government service holders, one is involved in farming and another is involved in local politics.
Wait for SSC exam results to end soon
The results of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations are scheduled to be published on Thursday. “The results of the SSC and its equivalent examinations will be published on Thursday from Bangabandhu International Conference Centre. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is scheduled to join the event virtually,” said Education Minister Dipu Moni on Tuesday. She said this while talking to reporters after attending a programme at the National Academy for Educational Management (NAEM). Read: SSC examinee dies during exam in Netrokona Dipu Moni said she would announce the details of the results later in the day. The much-awaited Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and its equivalent examinations started on November 14 and completed on November 23 with some 22 lakh students appearing in the exams. The examinations were held with short syllabuses on three elective subjects on a group basis. Last year’s HSC examinees were evaluated on the basis of their results of JSC and SSC exams, a decision which received a mixed reaction. Read: SSC, HSC’s 2022 exams likely in mid-year: Dipu Moni Educational institutions across the country were closed in March last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the closure was extended several times.
Coaching centres to remain shut for 39 days as HSC exams begin on Dec 2
All coaching centres across the country will remain shut from November 25 to January 3 ahead of the Higher Secondary Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations, said Education Minister Dipu Moni on Thursday. The decision was taken at a meeting with law enforcement agencies at the Ministry of Education on Wednesday regarding the HSC exam security. HSC and equivalent examinations for the academic session 2020-21 will begin on December 2, Dipu Moni said at the press briefing. Also read: SSC exams: Coaching centres to remain shut from Nov 8 to 25 This year the SSC and the HSC examinations could not be held as per the schedules due to the Covid-19 pandemic and then the government decided to hold the examinations with shortened syllabuses.