HSC Auto-Pass Results 2020 : Likely On January 27
Results will be made with combination of 75 percent from the SSC & its equivalent and 25 percent from the JSC or JDC results.
The Auto-Pass results of HSC and its equivalent examinations 2020, cancelled due to the pandemic, are expected to be out on January 27, as per what Education Minister Dipu Moni told the Parliament January 24.
Earlier on the day, three different amendment bills— Intermediate and Secondary Education (Amendment) Bill, 2021, Bangladesh Vocational Education Board (Amendment) Bill, 2021 and Bangladesh Madrasah Education Board (Amendment) Bill, 2021)— required to publish the results without holding exams were passed by voice vote in the parliament, clearing all hurdles in this regard.
Upon passage of the bills, the Education Minister informed the Parliament that the much-expected results would be published within two days after issuing an official gazette in this end which is expected to be circulated today (January 25).
In line with that, it is likely that the results of HSC and equivalent examinations 2020 are set to be out on January 27.
If the issuance of the gazette gets late meaning comes a day later, then the results will surely come on January 28.
How HSC CGPA Will Constitute :
As per the announcement, CGPA of the candidates will be made with combination of 75 percent from the SSC & its equivalent and 25 percent from the JSC or JDC results.
To note, some 13.65 lakh students were expected to take the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent exams last year.
Auto-Pass Result Links : Candidates need to surf the following links to get their HSC or its equivalent exams results once available :
What The Existing Laws Say :
There are three laws— Intermediate and Secondary Education Ordinance 1961, Bangladesh Vocational Education Board Act 2018 and Bangladesh Madrasah Education Board Act 2020— when it comes to publication of HSC and its equivalent exams results.
But these Acts do not allow to getting the results out without holding exams. Therefore, the education ministry on January 11 had placed before the Cabinet meeting an amendment proposal of the existing laws seeking approval which was granted the same day.
Later on January 19, the Education Minister placed three amendment bills– Intermediate and Secondary Education (Amendment) Bill, 2021, Bangladesh Vocational Education Board (Amendment) Bill, 2021 and Bangladesh Madrasah Education Board (Amendment) Bill, 2021)—in the Parliament.
On the same day, they were sent to the parliamentary standing committee on the education ministry for further assessment.
The three amendment bills state that if it is not possible to hold examinations at the end of intermediate and secondary stage and any other stage due to pandemic, epidemic and Act of God or any other inevitable circumstances as determined by the government, it will announce to publish results through issuing an official gazette.
Background Checks On HSC Exams :
2020 HSC and its equivalent examinations were scheduled to begin from April last year. But in order to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, the government in October of the year decided to cancel the exams taking into considerations health safety concerns amid the pandemic.
Later, instead of holding the exams, the authorities announced that the candidates would be entertained with ‘auto-pass’ and assessed based on their results from Junior School Certificate (JSC-JDC), Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and their equivalent examinations.
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