| 26 Dec 2020, 21:41 | Update : 26 Dec 2020, 21:45
The results of HSC and equivalent examinations are not going to be published in the current month. Because, the education ministry has not approved the policy for preparing the results yet. According to concerned source, the results will be published in January, 2021.
Dhaka Education Board Examination Controller Professor SM Amirul Islam said, it will take one week time to prepare the HSC and equivalent examinations results when education ministry approves the results preparing policy.
In this year the education ministry declared auto pass after cancelling the HSC and equivalent examinations due to the covid-19 pandemic situation. In this regard Education Minister Dr. Dipu Moni earlier said that the results would be published in December.
To prepare the results an eight-member grade evaluation technical committee was formed led by the Additional Secretary of education ministry. The committee has prepared a guideline along with some proposals to determine the GPA grades and sent it to the ministry at the beginning of this month.
Concerned officials of the education ministry said, the publishing process has been deferred as Education Minister Dr. Dipu Moni was infected with coronavirus. The proposed guideline of the technical committee could not be approved for her illness.
According to the proposal of the technical committee, 25 per cent number of JSC examinations and 75 per cent number of SSC examinations will be evaluated. Those who have not appeared in the JSC examinations their results will be evaluated from the results of SSC examinations. The results will be published based on some standard, which the technical committee prepared as a policy. Then it was sent to the ministry. After policy level approval the task for preparing results will begin.
The Education Minister at a press conference on October 7 gave the declaration of cancelling HSC and equivalent examinations. She at that time also declared that the students will be provided grades based on the results of JSC and SSC examinations. The number of HSC examinees in this year was 13,65,789.
Concerned said, some challenges have arisen while preparing the HSC and equivalent results. There is some dissimilarity between the subjects of JSC and SSC examinations. Only some similarity is found regarding the subjects of Bangla, English and ICT. So it is challenging for comparing the subjects. On the other hand, many students change group after passing the SSC and Dakhil examinations. In that case students from business studies and science go to humanities group. Again many students after passing Dakhil and SSC vocational examinations get them admitted in the colleges. So there are challenges for the students who change groups or trade (madrasa and technical).