The SSC (Secondary School Certificate) and its equivalent exams 2021 are likely to begin on November 14, announces the Ministry of Education. The SSC exam routine 2021 has been published on the board website. As per the routine, this year the SSC exam will take place from November 14 to 23.
SSC Exam Routine 2021 :
One can see the SSC Exam Routine 2021 in the below image :
Dakhil Exam 2021 :
On the other hand, Dakhil (equivalent to SSC) exams’ routine 2021 has also been published with the exams beginning on the same day and ending on November 21.
Dakhil Exam Routine 2021 :
The Dakhil Exam Routine 2021 is now available on the website of Bangladesh Madrasah Education Board.
However, candidates can see the Dakhil Exam Routine 2021 in the below image :
Note : To note, every day in line with the routine, the duration of each subject exam, both SSC and Dakhil, will be one hour and a half. Every day the exam time will be from 10 to 11: 30 a m and 2 pm to 3 : 30 pm depending on the subject.
HSC Exam 2021 :
The HSC (Higher Secondary School Certificate) and its equivalent exams 2021 are scheduled to commence on December 2, 2021, declares the ministry as well. Details on the exam method will be announced later.
Bangladesh Madrasah Education Board Website :
According to the government’s decision, the SSC and its equivalent exams this year will take place on only three optional subjects, meaning there will be no tests on compulsory subjects such as Bangla, English and Mathematics.
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The SSC and its equivalent exams such as Dakhil will be held with shortened syllabus and cut-down marks due to the covid-19 pandemic.
Around 21 lakh students are expected to appear in the SSC and its equivalent exams this year.
Usually the SSC and its equivalent exams including Dakhil are held in February every year but the coronavirus pandemic has forced the authority to delay them.
Method of Preparing SSC & HSC Results :
Since there will be no tests on compulsory subjects like Bangla, English and Mathematics, the candidates’ GPA from previous public exams will be considered for final results of the SSC and HSC Exams.
In fact, the results of the three optional subjects on which the test will be held and the Grade Point Average (GPA) of the student’s previous public exams will be taken into consideration while making final results for any candidate.
Earlier on July 15, Education Minister Dr. Dipu Moni announced that the government would like to hold the SSC and its equivalent examinations 2021 in the second week of November and the HSC and its equivalent exams 2021 in the first week of December.
What the government signaled so far regarding SSC and its equivalent exams is well in line with what the Education Minister revealed earlier in mid-July.