JSC JDC Exam Result 2012
JSc (Junior School Certificate) and JDC (Junior Dakhil Certificate) examination 2012 will be published as soon as possible by the Education board of bangladesh govt after completing examination. Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) exam has bern completed with the participation of more than 18 lakh grade eight students at schools and madrasas.The exams has been held at 2,009 centers across the country under eight general education boards and a madrasa board. Some students 18,61,113 - 15,37,422 from schools and 3,23,691 from madrasas - examinee in exams. Students of general education boards will have a uniform question papers in the examinations, said Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid yesterday, while briefing reporters about the exam on the ministry's conference room at the Secretariat.
Of the total school and madrasa examinees from 27,614 institutions is around 2,74,349 irregular. They either failed one or more subjects or refrained from taking the exam last year, Nahid said.He added that the students who will fail up to three topics will be permitted to enroll in class nine. But next year, they have to pass the subjects they have not in years to get promoted to the next class i.e Class nine for participating next public examination SSC/Dhakil just after two years.
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The total number of examinees is 3,68,311 more than last year. Besides this year, the number of female students is 1,37,585 more than the male them. Mention that JSC and JDC exams will be held for the second time, Nahid said the students will be encouraged when they receive a certificate upon graduation. And it will also reduce the fear of public inquiries among students.
Apart from Bangla second paper, English first and second paper, and mathematics, the exam has been held under the Creative question-answer method, he said. Answering a question, he said the government would take action against principals who would bar relatively weak students from appearing in the exam to ensure hundred percent passes at their institutions.
The exams will be three hours long. However, students with physical disabilities get 20 extra minutes, the minister said. Dhaka Board has the highest 4.64 lakh examinees, while Barisal board has the lowest 85,532.
School students will take Bangla first paper while madrasa students have been taken Bangla literature on the first day. The studies has been completed on 21 November 2011 .
.So this class 8 (eight) Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) result will be another Second Public Examination through the whole Bangldesh. Results will be published in the grading system. Students will be awarded scholarships based on their results from Dhaka, Rajshahi, Comilla, Jessore, Chittagong, Barisal, Sylhet , Madrasah and technical board united though Madrasha and Technical board will publish their JDC and Class eight final board result and Scholarship list result Separately