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2023-11-26 11:52:02 BdST

HSC results handed over to PM

The results of the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations of the year 2023 were handed over to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday. 

Education Minister Dipu Moni and chairmen of all education boards handed over the summary of the results to the prime minister at her official Ganabhaban residence in Dhaka this morning.

Deputy Education Minister Mohibul Hassan Chowdhoury was present at the time.

Dipu Moni will hold a press conference and announce the details of the results at the International Mother Language Institute at Segunbagicha in the capital at 2:30pm.

A total of 13,59,342 students were registered for the HSC and equivalent exams. Of them, 6,88,887 are male and 6,70,455 are female students.

Candidates can get their results online or by sending SMS to 16222.

To get the results under general boards through SMS, candidates have to type HSC, the first three letters of the board name, followed by the candidate's roll number and the year, and send it to 16222, read a press release.

For example, a candidate who sat for this year's exams under the Dhaka board with a roll number of '1000000' will have to send: HSC(space)Dha(space)1000000(space)2023 and send the SMS to 16222.

Likewise, to obtain the Alim results, students need to send a text message by typing ALIM [space] MAD [space] Roll Number [space] 2023 and send it to 16222.

For technical board results, the students will have to type HSC [space] Tec [space] Roll Number [space] 2023 and send it to 16222.

Alternatively, the candidates can also get their results from the website http://www.educationboardresults.gov.bd. Students can download individual result sheets by entering roll and registration numbers.

Educational institutions can also download their results from https://dhakaeducationboard.gov.bd/ by putting in the EIIN number of the institution.

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