42,225 students secured GPA 5 in this year’s Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations.
A total of 87.44% candidates secured pass grades in SSC and equivalent examinations in 2022 as against 93.58% in 2021.
The result was handed over to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday.
This year’s SSC and equivalent examinations under eleven boards, including madrasa (dakhil) and technical education boards, began across the country on September 15.
2,021,868 students from 29,591 educational institutions in 3,790 centers appeared for the exam. 1,599,711 students appeared in the SSC examinations under nine public education boards.
How to Check SSC Results
Students can check the score at their school premises, on the Board of Education website and through text message services.
On the mentioned website, students have to enter their roll number, registration number, exam subject name, year and education board name.
Then click on submit button to know their results.
To get the results through text message service, one has to type the following: “SSC <സ്പെയ്സ്> First three letters of the respective board <സ്പെയ്സ്> Roll no <സ്പെയ്സ്> 2022,” in a message and send it to 16222.
For Dakhil exams, one must type: “DAKHIL