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SSC Results 2014 will be Published on May 17, 2014 –

SSC Result 2014 will be published on 17th May 2014 at 1pm, a reliable source from Dhaka education board confirms the news.

Bangladesh Education ministry has already sent the request to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to approve the SSC Result 2014 publication date. All Education boards have completed the compilation of SSC Exam result 2014 and set to jointly publish the SSC result online at

For this years SSC Result 2014, Education ministry has setup strong online result servers for uninterrupted SSC result download by all students and parents from all over the country. Multiple redundant servers with load balancing facility has been put in place to serve the SSC Result 2014. Teletalk, BUET and Education Ministry provided all necessary helps for SSC result 2014 online. Hope this year online result viewers wont face downtime of result servers in

Education minister & education board confirmed the final date of SSC 2014 result publication in a press conference at Bangladesh Education Ministry, Dhaka.

This year 1,432,727 examinees appeared for SSC Exam 2014 which held from Feb 9 to Mar 22, which was a increase by 129,554 from last year’s 1,303,203. A total of 733,000 males and 699,525 females from 27,489 institutes sat for the SSC exam 2014 at 2942 exam centers . will appear for the exams.

This year 1,090,000 students took part in SSC tests under eight boards, 239,749 students under Madrasa Board and 102423 students appeared at SSC vocational tests.

Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid hoped to publish results on May 17 or May 18, which is within 60 days after the end of exams. This will help the students to enroll at the colleges by July 1 ,2014.


Did you know?

The Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education in Bangladesh are responsible for conducting the examinations for the Secondary School Certificate (SSC), the Higher Secondary (School) Certificate (HSC), the Alim and the Dakhil level public examinations.

There are eight regional boards (Barisal, Chittagong, Comilla, Dhaka, Jessore, Rajshahi, Sylhet, Dinajpur) plus the Madrasah Board and the Technical Board. In 1985 Dakhil level was given the standard of education of S.S.C. and in 1987 Alim level was given the standard of education of H.S.C in a reform of the entire education system. The boards are also responsible for the recognition of private sector educational institutes.

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