Work has started on subject mapping of students challenging HSC and equivalent examination results. Dissatisfied with the published results, 15,626 students have applied under 10 education boards of the country. The results of their re-evaluation will be released later this month, sources said.
Professor Nehal Ahmed, chairman of the Inter-Education Board Coordination Sub-Committee and chairman of the Dhaka Education Board, confirmed the matter on Wednesday.
He said 15,726 people have applied for re-evaluation of results under 10 education boards of the country . Among them 4,415 are under Dhaka Education Board. Subject mapping has to be done again to create their results. Things have to be done very carefully. As a result, it will take some time.
Nehal Ahmed further said, “We are trying to give results to the students who applied for quick re-evaluation. Hopefully we can start giving this fruit by the end of February. He said that everyone will get the fruits by the first week of March.
Earlier, the results of HSC and equivalent examinations were released on January 30. All the 13 lakh 8 thousand 36 candidates passed under 11 education boards including madrasa and technical. Among them, 1 lakh 61 thousand 606 people got GPA-5, the highest index of fruit.