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Educational institutions on vacation for 17 days
Notice to avoid confusion with HSC exam date
A notice spread through social media on Friday (May 31) that the upcoming HSC examination has been deferred by one month. Pointing it fake, the Ministry of Education said that the notice spread on Facebook is fake, the exam will be held on June 30. In this regard, a notification from the Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Dhaka on Saturday (June 1) said that there is no reason to be confused with the date of HSC examination. The exam will held on time. The HSC exam will be held on June 30. The advice was given in an emergency notification of the Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education on Saturday morning. Professor Md Abul Bashar, convener of the examination controller of the Inter-Education Board and controller of examinations of the Dhaka Education Board confirmed that no decision has been taken to postpone the pre-announced examination.  
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Results of SSC will be published tomorrow
The results of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations will be published on Sunday (May 12). The candidates can get their results from online or through SMS after 11:00 am on that day. To get the results under general boards through SMS, candidates have to type SSC, the first three letters of the board name, followed by the candidate's roll number and the year, and send the message to 16222. Education Minister Mohibul Hassan Chowdhury Nowfel will hand over the summary and statistics of the results to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at 10 am. Then the Prime Minister will officially announce the results. Later, the results will be published simultaneously in the respective educational institutions and online at 11 am. The candidates can get their results from online or through SMS after 11:00am on that day. To get the results under general boards through SMS, candidates have to type SSC, the first three letters of the board name, followed by the candidate's roll number and the year, and send the message to 16222. For example, a candidate who sat for the exams under the Dhaka board this year, with a roll number of '123456' will have to send: SSC (space) Dha (space) 123456 (space) 2024 and send the SMS to 16222. They can also get results from http://www.educationboardresults.gov.bd, by entering their roll and registration numbers. Educational institutions can also download the result sheet from https://dhakaeducationboard.gov.bd by putting in the EIIN number of the institution. The SSC and equivalent exams started on February 15 and ended on March 12. The practical ended on March 20. The results are usually published within 60 days of the completion of the examinations. Examinations and practicals under Madrasa Education Board ended on March 14 and March 21 respectively. The examinations of Technical Education Board and Vocational ended on March 12 and practical ended on March 21.
School-goers are getting sick amid Heatwave
Classes started in the classroom from today (April 28) amid severe heat wave. Classes are going on as usual in secondary schools, colleges, madrasas and technical educational institutions. However, parents have expressed dissatisfaction over the opening of schools amid the ongoing heatwave. They said that considering the children, the government could have opened the school at least a week later. On Sunday (April 28) morning, it was seen at the gates of various schools in the capital that parents were delivering their children along with water and juice. At the same time, he gave various advice to stay healthy in the summer. They also warned not to go out of class in the heatwave, not to play sports in the field or even to run with friends. Many parents were not in favor of opening educational institutions in the scorching heat. They fear that children may get sick in the heatwave. Aklima Begum, a parent of Donia A.K School and College, said that she is worried about her child to send school in this heat. After a week or 10 days, the temperature may drop. 'What if I waited a little longer. I don't support it personally' she added. Umme Kulsum is a third-grade student of Motijheel Ideal School and College. Her classes started at 7 a.m. and ended at 9:40 a.m. At the end of the holiday, this student vomited and became a little sick. The mother who brought him to school became worried. Not only Umme Kulsum, several students of this school fell sick after coming to school in the intense heatwave. Parents said that they are getting tired while traveling. Teachers said most of the students are not comfortable attending classes. Parents claimed that it is better to close the school or take online classes in this intensity of heat. Anamika is a Class IV student of Ideal School. His father Mohsin said, 'Adults cannot survive in this heat. It's hard to imagine how kids attend classes there.'