PM unveils SSC results, opens textbook distribution

PM unveils SSC results, opens textbook distribution


DHAKA, Dec 30, 2021 (BSS) –


Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today unveiled Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations results along with launching free textbook distribution ceremony.

Releasing  the results of 11 education boards, she said the results will
be known through online and mobile phone short message service (SMS).

   The premier virtually joined the function arranged for unveiling the SSC
and equivalent examinations results and opening the textbook distribution at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre (BICC) from her official residence Ganabhaban here.

   Earlier, the chairmen of 11 education boards — nine general boards, one madrasha education board and one technical education board — handed over the results.

   On behalf of the prime minister, Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni received the results.

   Candidates will be able to get their results from websites and through

   Examinees can get the results from the education board website and also from the websites of their
respective education boards alongside respective education institutions.

   A total of 22, 78,098 students participated in the SSC and equivalent
examinations under 11 education boards.

   Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni, MP and State Minister for Primary and
Mass Education Md. Zakir Hossen, MP also spoke.

   Deputy Minister for Education Mohibul Hassan Chowdhoury, MP delivered the
welcome address, while Secondary and Higher Education Division Secretary Md. Mahbub Hossain highlighted different aspects of SSC and equivalent examinations results and book distribution.

   Besides, like previous year, the prime minister also inaugurated the free textbook distribution among the students of primary and secondary levels.

   A total of 34,70,22,130 copies of book will be distributed among
4,17,26856 students free of cost across the country.

   On behalf of the premier, the education minister and the state minister
for primary and mass education handed over the books among the selected students from different educational institutions.