SSC Results 2012 Bangladesh Published on May 7 – All Boards SSC Result 2012 www.educationboardresults.gov.bd
SSC Result 2012 will be published on Monday, May 7, 2012, as per information from reliable source of Intermediate and Secondary Education Boards Bangladesh. This date is now official, as Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid confirmed the SSC result publication date on April 29, 2012.
Education minister Nahid said that a copy of the results would be handed over to prime minister Sheikh Hasina at 10am on May 7. “Formally the results will be published through a press conference at the ministry at 1am,” he added
The examinees would be able to collect their results after the press meet, Nahid added.
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Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations began on Wednesday, 1st February, 2012 across the country. The tests took place simultaneously in 2,464 centers under eight general education boards, Dakhil and vocational board. SSC Practical tests completed on March 4, 2012. In this SSC Exam 2012, all the SSC exam papers had creative questions except Bengali second paper, English first and second paper and mathematics.
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SSC Exam 2012 Stats – Bangladesh
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The education ministry had said the SSC examination results 2012 will be published within 60 days like the previous year. Information of published SSC Results 2012 will be exchanged online among the education board control rooms and related examination centres and available through online at www.educationboardresults.gov.bd
This year, the number of total students took part in SSC exam 2012 from abroad is 274. They sat for the SSC exam 2012 tests at Jeddah, Riyadh, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Doha, Bahrain and Tripoli centres under Dhaka Education Board.
This year, the physically challenged students got 20 minutes of extra time instead of 15 minutes.
Moreover, students with disabilities, who cannot see or hear or are suffering from cerebral palsy or who cannot write, allowed to take transcribers with them.