JSC/JDC Result Published 2019
Junior school certificate result published 31 December 2019. This result is a very important event. Many people looking this result yet. The exam started 2 November 2019. This result is a class eight examination result. You have looking result for visit website : http://www.educationboardresults.gov.bd/ . You looking have any other result so visit my website bdjobspedia.com
Result Published now: http://www.educationboardresults.gov.bd/
Facebook group link : https://www.facebook.com/groups/569098973898833/about/
JSC Result Education Board Result
Over 26-lakh students will participate in Junior School Certificate Junior school certificate and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations scheduled to be held on 1st November at 10am. Bangladesh Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid visited an exam centre in the capital’s Motijheel Ideal School and College in the first exam of JSC.
In this year’s the number of JSC examinees is 1,967,447. Of them, 914,900 are male while 1,052,547 female. And a total of 358,486 examinees participate in JDC examination, among theme 167,770 are males and 190,716 females students. Besides, total of 585 students from 8 overseas centres attend the JSC examinations. From last year the number of JSC and JDC examinees increased by 235,241 as 2,090,692 students.
The Junior School Certificate (JSC) is a public examination taken by students in Bangladesh after successful completion of eight years of schooling. It is followed by the Secondary School Certificate (SSC).
Before JSC was introduced, an optional exam was taken in its place (then known as Madhyamik Britti or Junior Scholarship). It was only a voluntary vocational exam and not mandatory. Since 2011, the JSC exam questions have consisted of multiple (between 6 and 11, of which 4 to 7 sets need to be answered) sets of four questions, each requiring the student to have knowledge, understanding, application and higher order thinking skills regarding the subject matter to solve. This system has been termed as creative (locally called Srijonshil) questions. It is said that JSC was also introduced so that the poor and destitute people of the country could do well in the exam. Examinees, if they fail, are allowed to retake the exam with other regular examinees the following year.