During worldly pandemic COVID-19, HSC examination in 2020 was not held, in 2021 it was held within a very short syllabus but the students, guardians and teachers expected to hold the examination in a complete syllabus in 2022.
On the demand of the concern with HSC examination, the Ministry of Education is going to arrange such an expected examination after two years of the pandemic (Sunday) on November 06 in 2022, the HSC examination on all subjects is going to be held despite some short-cut syllabus.
Out all the Education Boards in the country, the biggest Rajshahi Education Board of Bangladesh has taken all out preparations to held an exclusive and copy-free examination this year.
Md. Ariful Islam, Controller of Rajshahi Education Board said that under Rajshahi Education Board, this year 1,29, 025 examinees of 752 institutions under 8 districts of Rajshahi division are going to appear in their HSC examination in 201 examination centres from 6th November tomorrow.
Out 1,29,025 examinees, 68,036 male examinees and 60,989 female examinees and 1,24,909 regular examinees, 3,954 irregular examinees and 19 private examinees, added the Controller.
He also added that among the total examinees, 34,611 examinees from Science group, 80,964 examinees from Humanities group, 13,387 examinees from Commerce group, 14 from Home Economics group, 48 from Islamic Studies group and 1 from Music group.
He further added that district-wise statistics shows that the highest 25,278 examinees from Rajshahi district, 10,179 examinees from Chapainawabgonj district, 11,199 examinees from Natore district, 11,992 examinees from Noagaon district, 17,403 examinees from Pabna district, 22,285 examinees from Sirajgonj district, 5,855 examinees from Joypurhat district and the second highest 24,834 examinees from Bogura district are expected to appear in the HSC exam this year.
2,399 examinees will appear in one subject, and 2,574 examinees will appear in two subjects this year and they will attend in 20 munities for M.C.Q text and 100 munities for C.Q examination from 11 AM to 1 PM of Morning shift and 2 PM to 4 PM of Day Shift, further added the Controller.
Professor Md. Habibur Rahman told that the examinees got much time for study and attended in online classes during COVID-19 attack and they will appear in the examination free of tension.
The students, teachers and guardians are extremely requested not to pay heed any kind of rumour on the leakage of the questions during the upcoming examination, added the Chairman of Rajshahi Education Board.