Around 92 (91.96) per cent examinees, who appeared in exams in abroad centres under different education boards, became successful in this year’s Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalents examinations.
This year, a total of 423 examinees took part in the SSC and equivalent exams in eight centres of abroad. Of them, 389 examinees passed the exams and 56 students achieved GPA-5 in the examinations this year.Education minister Dr Dipu Moni unveiled the synopsis the results of this year's Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and its equivalent examinations in a press briefing, held around 10:45am at International Mother Language Institute in the capital.
A total of 10,59, 288 female students appeared in the examinations and 10,68,527 male students took part under the ten boards. Of them, 8,66,941 boys while 8,82,224 female students came out successfully.
This year, 82.20 percent students passed the SSC and equivalent tests, which is 4.43 percent increased compared to previous year.
A total of 53,484 female students achieved GPA-5 while a total of 52,110 males got GPA-5.