SSC and equivalent examinations 2022 have been postponed due to floods

Last Updated on September 6, 2022

SSC and equivalent examinations have been postponed across the country due to floods

Due to floods in several parts of the country, including Sylhet, the SSC and equivalent examinations, which scheduled on June 19, have been postponed. Professor Tapan Kumar Sarkar, chairman of the Dhaka Board of Education, gave this information in the first light on Friday. He said the changed start date of the test would be announced later.

SSC 2022 Exam Routine (New Schedule) for all boards in Bangladesh (with PDF)

This year, the total number of candidates in SSC and equivalent examinations is 20 lakh 21 thousand 7. Last year there were 22 lakh 43 thousand 254 candidates. In this year’s SSC and equivalent examinations, the number of candidates has decreased by about two and a half lakh as compared to last year.

This year, students from 29,519 educational institutions across the country under nine general education boards, madrasas and technical education boards are expected to take part in SSC, Dakhil and SSC (Vocational) examinations at 3,690 centers.

This time the test time has been reduced from three hours to two hours. There will be 20 minutes for MCQ part of question paper and 1 hour 40 minutes for creative part.

Earlier, due to the inauguration of the Padma Bridge, it was decided to postpone the June 25 test by one day. But now all the tests have been postponed due to the floods.

Due to floods in several parts of the country, including Sylhet, the SSC and equivalent examinations, which started on June 19, have been postponed. Professor Tapan Kumar Sarkar, chairman of the Dhaka Board of Education, gave this information in the first light on Friday. He said the changed start date of the test would be announced later.

This year, the total number of candidates in SSC and equivalent examinations is 20 lakh 21 thousand 7. Last year there were 22 lakh 43 thousand 254 candidates. In this year’s SSC and equivalent examinations, the number of candidates has decreased by about two and a half lakh as compared to last year.

This year, students from 29,519 educational institutions across the country under nine general education boards, madrasas and technical education boards are expected to take part in SSC, Dakhil and SSC (Vocational) examinations at 3,690 centers.

This time the test time has been reduced from three hours to two hours. There will be 20 minutes for MCQ part of question paper and 1 hour 40 minutes for creative part.

Earlier, due to the inauguration of the Padma Bridge, it was decided to postpone the June 25 test by one day. But now all the tests have been postponed due to the floods.

Source: Prothom-alo

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