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Alim Result 2015 Madrasah Board – www.bmeb.gov.bd

Madrasah Board Alim Result 2015

Alim Result 2015 for Madrasah Board published online on 9th September, 2015 at 2:00pm along with all other boards in Bangladesh. Alim Exam 2015 Madrasah Board students can get their Alim Result 2015 from the below official Alim Result search section hosted by Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Madrasah at www.bmeb.gov.bd.

Alim Result 2015 Madrasah Board

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Madrasah Board Alim Result 2015 by SMS

Madrasah Board Alim Result 2015 can be obtained by mobile SMS of any operator. GrameenPhone (GP), Teletalk, Banglalink, Robi, Airtel & Citycell supports Alim Result 2015 via SMS. Due to high load in Alim Result 2015 websites, students can get Alim Result 2015 by SMS as an alternative option. Madrasah Board Alim Result SMS method will only work when Alim Result is published by Madrasah Education Board.

Each SMS for Alim Result 2015 will deduct 2.30 Taka from your mobile balance. First SMS for Alim Result 2015 will get only the short result (GPA/Grade). If students want to know detail results subject wise, then they should send a second SMS with the same format.

First go to your mobile Message option and select ‘New Message’. Then type Alim and give a space, type MAD for Madrasah Board Alim Result 2015 and give a space, then type your Alim Exam 2015 Roll Number and give a space, then type 2015. Then type 16222 in To/Recipient and select or touch your send button to send the SMS for Alim Result 2015 Madrasah Board.

In reply you will get Alim Result 2015 with status PASSED/FAILED and with GPA. A second SMS with the same format will get detail subject wise grade/marksheet for Alim Result 2015 Madrasah Board.

 

Alim <space> MAD <space> Your Alim Exam 2015 Roll Number <space> 2015 and Send it to 16222

Example: Alim MAD 123456 2015 and send to 16222

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Qawmi Madrasah 38th Exam Result 2015 – www.wifaqbd.org

Qawmi Exam Result 2015

Qawmi Madrasah 38th Final Exam Result 2015 has been published on 11th July, 2015 at 11:30 am under Befaqul Madarisil Arabia Bangladesh, which is the largest Qawmi Madrasa Education Board in Bangladesh.

Qawmi Exam 2015 results were published in presence of BEFAQ secretary general Mawlana Abdul Jabbar Jahanabadi in Befaqul Madarisil Arabia Bangladesh at Kajla, Jatrabari, Dhaka, which is the headquarters of Qawmi Madrasa Education Board in Bangladesh. 38th Qawmi Final Exam 2015 was held from 21st May to 1st June in 786 exam centers in Bangladesh. Total 73,618 students appeared in BEFAQ Qawmi Exam 2015, among which 51,627 are boys and 21,991 girls. In 2015 38th BEFAQ Qawmi Exam, there were 338 centers for boys, 269 centers for girls, 166 centers for Hifjul Quran and 13 centers for Elmut Tajbidul Quran.

Madrasah students can get Qawmi Madrasah Exam Result 2015 from below and also from www.wifaqbd.org. BEFAQ Central Exam Result 2015 has been published in Bijoy Bangla Font. So, Qawmi central Exam students must need to install Bijoy Bangla font in their Desktop & Laptop computer.

Student-wise Qawmi Madrasah 38th Exam Result 2015 – www.wifaqbd.org

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Madrasah-wise Qawmi 38th Exam Result 2015 – www.wifaqbd.org

 

Qawmi Exam Result 2015 by SMS

38th Qawmi Exam Result can not be retrieved through mobile SMS. Some websites are claiming SMS result method for 38th Qawmi Exam 2015, which is totally wrong & false information.

 

Qawmi Exam Result 2015 Pass Rate Percentage

This year, 38th Final Qawmi Exam Result pass rate is ??.?? percent. Among 73,618 students, ??,??? were passed in first class. Pass rate in Taqmil (Masters) level is ??.?? percent in boys and ??.?? percent in girls. Also Fazilat (Bachelor) level pass rate is ??.?? percent in boys and ??.?? percent in girls.

About Qawmi Madrasah in Bangladesh

The Qawmi Madrasahs are not regulated by the Bangladesh Madrasah Education Board. All Qawmi Madrasahs in Bangladesh run by private charitable organizations and mostly supported by local & international donations.

As of 2015, there were approximately 65,000 registered Qawmi madrasahs in Bangladesh, with 300,000 teachers educating 6 million students.

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