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Secondary School Certificate: SSC Result 2022

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Today is a momentous day for SSC Result 2022 and equivalent exam applicants because results for this year’s exams will be made available in schools, online, and via text messages at around midday.

The chairs of all boards will present the findings to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at 11:00 am, according to Prof. Tapan Kumar Sarker, head of the Inter-Education Board Coordination Committee.

Then, according to Tapan, the head of Dhaka’s education board, education minister Dipu Moni will attend a press conference at the capital’s International Mother Language Institute.

According to the updated notice, SSC Result 2022 will be published on November 28, 2022. On November 28, 2022, at noon, the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) exam results for 2022 will be published online, according to the Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education. Students can access their SSC exam results online and via SMS on this day.

SSC Exam 2022 Results Each student will see their results in isolation. Additionally, it is available for simultaneous download as an SSC Result Sheet from the organization.

How to chek SSC Result 2022 online?

SSC Education Board Name SMS Formate:

To get the results under general boards through SMS, candidates must type SSC, the first three letters of the board name, followed by the candidate’s roll number and the year, and send it to 16222.

For example, a candidate who sat for the SSC results 2022 under the Dhaka board and has a roll number of ‘123456’ will have to send: SSC Dha 123456 2022 and send the SMS to 16222.

Web-Based SSC Result Portal:

Candidates can also access results at Educationboardresults Website and Eboardresults as an alternative. They can input their registration number and roll to download individual result sheets.

By entering the institution’s EIIN number, any educational institution can obtain results as a sheet from Dhakaeducationboard Site.

  • First, visit this website eboardresults.com
  • Then select from SSC/Dakhil/equivalent options
  • Then select exam year 2022
  • Select your education board
  • Now select the Individual Result option
  • Then type your SSC roll number
  • After giving the roll number, enter the 4-digit security key in the box
  • Finally, click on Get Result button
  • Now you will see your result

You can quickly access your SSC results 2022 through the online result portal by adhering to the aforementioned guidelines. You can check all types of results using this result portal, including SSC, Dakhil, and Technical Education Board results. I’ll now go over the websites that you can use to check the SSC results 2022. Let’s get started right away.

This year, 20,21,868 pupils sat the SSC and comparable exams. 15.99 lakh came from the nine general education boards, 2.68 from the madrasa education board, and 1.53 lakh from the technical education board.

Exams for the SSC and its equivalent for 2022 began on September 15. The exams typically take place in February. However, it was delayed because of the Covid-19 outbreak and flooding this year.

The SSC this year covered more subjects than the tests from the previous year and was given on a shorter syllabus for fewer points than usual. The exams were likewise condensed to two hours in length.

Due to the pandemic, just three optional topics were tested for the SSC and HSC in 2021, with a smaller syllabus and fewer points.

In addition to the three optional disciplines, candidates took exams in Bangla, English, mathematics, and a fourth topic this year.

They were exempt from taking science, ICT, Bangladesh, and global studies tests.

According to board authorities, results for subjects for which there had been no exams will be based on candidates’ scores on prior public exams.

Before Covid, a student had to take three-hour exams graded on a 100-point scale.

93.58 percent of candidates in 2021 passed the SSC and other exams.

SSC had a pass rate of 94.08 percent, madrasa had a pass rate of 93.22 percent, and vocational had a pass rate of 88.49 percent.

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