The number of educational institutions with zero pass rates in the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations for 2022 across the country has increased this year.
On the other hand, the number of educational institutions with a 100 percent pass rate in the examination has declined this year compared to the previous year.
The number of institutions with a 100 percent pass rate has declined this
year compared to the previous year. The number was 5,494 in the previous year.
Meanwhile, the number of educational institutions with zero pass rates in the SSC and equivalent examinations has increased this year compared to the previous year. The number is 50, which was 18 last year.
SSC and equivalent examination results were published on Monday. The average pass rate is 87.44 percent.
The average pass rate of the nine general education boards is 88.10 percent. The Madrasa Education Board has an average pass rate of 82.22 percent.
Earlier on the day, the results were handed over to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at the Prime Minister's office.
This year, 17,43,619 students—8,70,046 boys and 8,73,573 girls—from 29,639 institutes under 11 education boards sat for the examinations.
This year, more than 20 lakh students took part in SSC and equivalent examinations under 11 boards, including Madrasa (Dakhil) and Technical Education Boards.
Of them, 15.99 lakh were from nine general education boards, 2.68 lakh under the Madrasa Education Board, and 1.53 lakh from the Technical Education Board. SSC and equivalent examinations began across the country on September 15.
The SSC and equivalent exams began on September 15. The SSC and equivalent exams were delayed due to the COVID situation and floods. Usually, the result is published within 60 days after the examination.