For the first time in Bangladesh’s history, results of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent exams will reach examinees’ or their guardians’ mobile phones through SMS. Education boards have started the BD SSC result 2020 pre-registration of the candidates through SMS in this regard, and are likely to publish SSC and equivalent exam results after Eid-ul-Fitr, Secondary and Higher Education Division Secretary Mahbub Hossain told The Daily Star this evening.
BD SSC result in 2020 Probably After Eid Using SMS
Authorities took the initiatives against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic.
“This is for the primary time that we are pre-registering candidates, and can send their results to their mobile phones,” said Monjurul Kabir, senior analyst at Dhaka Education Board.
“We have started sending messages to all or any mobile phone providers and hope that every one candidate and/or their parents will registrar for his or her results,” he said.
BD SSC result 2020 Pre-registration by Mobile SMS
To know about SSC and equivalent results, pre-registration will continue till 24 hours before publishing the result. SMS should be sent to 16222 with the text SSC/Dakhil BOARDROLLYEAR.
However, the results can be known in a short message in the same way as before. If pre-registration has been done in the new system, the result will be informed on the mobile of the concerned examinee.
For pre-registration you have to send SSC Board Name (first three letters) Roll Year from any mobile operator’s number to 16222. Two rupees will be charged for each SMS.
Dhaka Education Board Chairman Prof Ziaul Haque said that they need all types of preparations for publishing the results.
Ziaul, also the pinnacle of the inter-board coordination committee, said that this year students won’t be able to collect their results from educational institutions.
The government closed all educational institutions from day to 31. Later, the shutdown was extended till May 30.
The government earlier planned to publish the results on May 7 or 8, but couldn’t publish it because of school closure.
For the primary time within the last eight years, the govt. won’t be able to publish results within 60 days of completing a public exam.
This year, the SSC exams began on February 3, with the theoretical and practical tests ending on February 27 and on March 6 respectively.
Some 20,47,779 students took part within the SSC and equivalent examinations held at 3,512 centers.
Monjurul Kabir said that like previous years, results are going to be also available on the education board website.
Examinees can get the results from the education board website http://www.educationboardresults.gov.bd/ and also from the websites of respective education boards.