The pass rate for the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations has been declared at 78.64 percent. This figure marks a notable point of interest when compared to the previous year’s SSC and equivalent exams, which had a pass rate of 85.95 percent.
The results of the HSC and equivalent exams were officially presented to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday. Later in the day, Education Minister Dr. Dipu Moni is scheduled to hold a press conference to provide detailed information about the results.
It has been reported that around 13.59 lakh students registered for the HSC and equivalent examinations this year. The exams, which began on August 17, continued until mid-October. The education boards have informed us that students were able to access their results from 11 AM today.
For students wishing to check their results online, they need to visit the website www.educationboardresults.gov.bd. By clicking on the result option and entering their roll and registration numbers, students can view their result sheets.
Additionally, institution-based result sheets can be downloaded from the Dhaka Board’s website (www.dhakaeducationboard.gov.bd) by entering the institution’s EIIN.
You may also need to know How To Check HSC Result 2023 via SMS or Online
Students also have the option to receive their results via SMS. To do this, they need to send a message in the following format: type HSC, give a space, write the first three letters of their board’s name, another space, then their roll number, another space, and finally the passing year.
This message should be sent to 16222. For example, a Dhaka Board student would type “HSC DHA 123456 2023” and send it to 16222. The result will be sent back immediately via return SMS.
This announcement is a crucial moment for the students who have been eagerly awaiting their results. It not only reflects their hard work and dedication but also sets the stage for their future academic and career choices.