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jsc exam result 2019 | Education board result Bangladesh

Junior school certificate /junior dakhil certificate examination result has been published today at 10.00 am. Education minister Dr. Dipu moni said to the journalist at her secretariat office. She also said that this 30 lack candidate participate jsc and jdc examination. Percentage of the pass 86.2 %. It’s increased by 5% from the last year. Last 1st April 2019 jsc or jdc examination started at the whole Bangladesh together. The Result link is below

In this year 29,32,538 candidates participates jsc examination form the all boards and 15.20.265 candidates participate from the Madrasha board. The Candidates of examinee are increase the previous years. Education minister said   The Quality and quantity is increasing that the previous years.

How to get junior school certificate (jsc) result

there to way to get jsc result 2019. The First one is by the SMS of your handset and the second one is the website that i described on the top.  

Get jsc result by SMS

1> go to message option 2> type jsc space first three letters of board space your roll  and send message 1622. example >>> jsc dha 1234567 (for the madrasha student >> jdc mad 123464 ).

Get jsc result by website

Go to this link http://www.educationboardresults.gov.bd/ >select Examination> select year> select board>  type roll > type reg. no > and do sum of these two digit and finally hit the submit button. 

What is the jsc Programme

The full form of jsc is Junior School Certificate Examination. After completing seven years of a student are promoted class eight or jsc program. Jsc examination is taken by education ministry after successful completion eight years schooling. It’s followed by the secondary school certificate. many students are getting better in the examination. The system of creative (locally Srijonshil) is started since 2011.

Mark distribution of jsc examination.

Marks range                 Grade point (GP)                   Letter grade
0 to 32.5                            0.00                                                 F
33 to 39                             1.00                                                 D
40 to 49                              2.00                                                C
50 to 59                              3.00                                               B
60 to 69                              3.50                                              A-
70 to 79                              4.00                                              A
80 to 100                           5.00                                               A+

Education in Bangladesh is overseen by Bangladesh’s Ministry of Education. Ministry of Primary and Mass Education are responsible for implementing the policy for primary education and state-funded schools at a local level. In Bangladesh, all citizens must undertake twelve years of compulsory education which consists of eight years at primary school level and six years at the high school level. Primary and secondary education is financed by the state and free of charge in public schools.

The overall responsibility of the management of primary education lies with the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education (MOPME), set up as a Ministry in 1992. While MOPME is involved in the formulation of policies, the responsibility of implementation rests with the Directorate of Primary Education (DPE) headed by a Director-General. The Directorate of Primary Education (DPE) and its subordinate offices in the district and Upazila are solely responsible for the management and supervision of primary education. Their responsibilities include recruitment, posting, and transfer of teachers and other staff; arranging in-service training of teachers; distribution of free textbooks; and supervision of schools. The responsibility of school construction, repair and supply of school furniture lies with the DPE executed through the Local Government Engineering Department (LGED). The National Curriculum and Textbook Board (NCTB) is responsible for the development of curriculum and production of textbooks. While the Ministry of Education (MOE) is responsible for formulation of policies, the Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education (DSHE) under the Ministry of Education is responsible for implementing the same at secondary and higher education levels. The NCTB is responsible for developing curriculum and publishing standard textbooks.

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