The new routine for Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examinations 2022 has been published, reports UNB.
The Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education released the routine for all educational boards on Sunday.
All examinations will be held from 2pm to 4pm.
The SSC and its equivalent examinations, under all the education boards scheduled to begin on June 19, were postponed due to the flood situation in the country on June 17.
Like the previous year, the examinations will be held on the shortened syllabus.
A total of 20,21,868 students are expected to sit for the examinations.
Some 15,99, 711 students will sit for the examinations under nine general education boards while 2,68,495 under Madrasha Board and 1,63,662 students under the Technical Education Board.
All examinees have been requested to enter their exams hall 30 minutes before the starting time and no one except the exam secretary will be allowed to carry cellular phones.
This year, the examinations will be held for two hours instead of three years. The duration of the MCQ exam is 20 minutes while the written exam is 1 hour and 40 minutes.