The pass rate has decreased by 9.31% compared to last year
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Representational image. Photo: File Photo
Around 85.95% students passed this year’s Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations.
Education Minister Dipu Moni presented the results to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) today.
Female students have performed better than male students in HSC and equivalent examinations. The average pass rate in HSC-equivalent examination this year is 85.95%, last year it was 95.26%. The pass rate has decreased by 9.31% compared to last year.
Number of GPA 5 achivers this year decreased by 12,887 compared to last year. The passing rate was around 2.5% more among female students compared to males.
The passing rate in Dhaka board is 87.8%, 78.76% in Chattogram board, 81.51% in Rajshahi board, 81.4% in Sylhet board, and 86.95% in Barishal.
Education Minister Dipu Moni held a press briefing on Wednesday afternoon and presented the detail the results.
Coordinator of the Inter-Education Board Coordination Committee and Dhaka Education Board Chairman Prof Tapan Kumar Sarker said the results will be available online and on the websites of all education institutions concerned.
Educational institutions will be able to download the result sheets by clicking the result corner in www.dhakaeducationboard.gov.bd by using EIIN.
Students acan also download their results using roll number and registration number in the website: www.educationboardresults.gov.bd
Besides, students will be able to collect their results by sending an SMS to 16222, writing first three letters of their HSC board, roll number and year (for example: HSC Dha 123456 2022).
The HSC and equivalent examinations were held between 6 November and 22 December in 2022. A total of 1,203,407 examinees appeared in the examinations.