The website has been accessed over two and a half times to know the results
Once upon a time the release of exam results was a picture of joy and pain in educational institutions. Because, there was no other way but to go to the educational institution to know the result. Students used to collect the results physically. Just as there was a flood of happiness on one side, if the expected result did not happen, many would return home with a heart full of sadness. But in recent years, apart from institutions, the fruits are being collected online at home. Because of this, it can be seen that many of the students go to the educational institution and get excited after knowing the result.
But slowly that picture has also started to change. Especially since the corona infection, the attendance in educational institutions is decreasing. In this year’s HSC and equivalent exams, more interest is being seen online in collecting the results. Even so, many students are enjoying themselves by going to the educational institutions.
Manjurul Kabir, chief engineer of the IT department of the Dhaka Education Board told Prothom Alo that people have accessed the website 12 million times till 2:30 on Wednesday to know the results of all the boards. And 1.5 million people sent small messages.
A copy of the result was handed over to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at Ganabhaban on Wednesday morning. Then he pressed the computer button and published the result. Then in the afternoon, Education Minister Dipu Moni presented the detailed information of the results in a press conference at the International Mother Language Institute in Segunbagicha. But before that, the collection of fruits started by sending small messages on the website and in the prescribed manner.
The Dhaka Education Board had already informed how the results can be collected.
Institution wise result sheet (result sheet) has been downloaded with the EIIN of the educational institution by clicking on the result corner on the institution wise result board website. And by clicking on the website, the result sheet can be downloaded with the roll and registration number. Apart from this, it is also known through small messages after the publication of the results. For this first write HSC name of board (first three letters), roll, year and send to 16222 (eg HSC Dha 123456 2022 send to 16222). The results of other education boards will also be known in the same way. Just change the name of the board.
As the Corona situation came under control, the HSC and equivalent examinations started in normal conditions across the country on November 6 last year. There were 1.12 lakh examinees under 11 education boards including 9 general education boards, madrasas and technical boards. This time the pass rate is 85.95. 1 lakh 76 thousand 282 people got GPA-5. However, the pass rate in HSC examination 2022 under 9 General Education Boards is 84.31.