Bangladesh Education Board Exam HSC Result 2017 Publish 18 August 2017.The HSC exam is the final school level examination in Bangladesh. It is an exam publicly conducted by the government and awards the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) upon passing. Every student is required to pass this exam to qualify for further, higher studies in a college or university. Students who cannot pass will not get admission in any college for honors or graduation courses. Over 12 lakh students sat for the exam the year 2016. The exams are held in April with a few days between tests, allowing students time to comfortably revise. The exam routine is published by the board 2 months before the tests. The board will publish the HSC Result 2017 on 18th of August.Bangladesh Education system Publish Four Board Exam result – PSC Result, JSC result, SSC Result, and HSC Exam Result.
There are several boards in Bangladesh under which students across the country study. The students of these different boards are united by the fact that they all have to give the HSC exam to pass out from school. The different educational boards in Bangladesh are : Dhaka Board, Comilla Board, Rajshahi Board, Jessore Board, Chittagong Board, Barisal Board, Sylhet Board, Dinajpur Board, Madrassah Board and Technical Board.
These boards also have short codes, which are the first three letters of their name, to denote them. The shortcode is required to check the HSC Result 2017 using SMS. The shortcodes of the above boards are: DHA for Dhaka, COM for Comilla, RAJ for Rajshahi, JES for Jessore, CHI for Chittagong, BAR Barisal, SYL for Sylhet, DIN for Dinajpur, MAD for Madrassah and TEC for Technical.
The HSC Result 2017 will be released by the board on 18 th August 2017 at 2 pm. Candidates can check their results online or through SMS. Both methods are fast and easy to use. They will tell you how you performed in the HSC exams within moments. Later, you will receive an official hard copy, with all the marks that you got in the HSC exam, from the board, through your school.
How to check HSC Result 2017 for all boards through SMS?
Students can check their results through SMS system via any mobile operator. The process involves sending a short, coded message to 16222 to receive your results. You will require the short code of your respective board for this. It is the first three letters of the name of your board. The message can be sent in Bengali as well
• SMS Format for students of General Board (HSC)
HSC <space> First three letter of board name (short code of the board) <space> Roll number (as printed on hall ticket) <space> 2017 (year of examination). Send this to 16222.For example, if you are studying under Dhaka Board and your roll number is 1478520, send this message to 16222:”HSC DHA 1478520 2017″
• SMS Format for Madrasah Education Board for Alim Examinee
ALIM <space> MAD <space> Roll number <space> 2017 (year of examination)For example, ALIM MAD 1478520 2017 and send to 16222.
• SMS Format for Candidate of Technical Board Exam
HSC <space> TEC <space> Roll number <space> 2017 (year of examination)For example, send HSC TEC 1478520 2017 to the number 16222.
Students can their results online easily through the internet. Just visit the official website. The site is well designed and easy to use. You should be able to view and access your results easily. If you’re having any problems however, just follow the simple steps given below to access the HSC Result 2017:
• Step 1: Go to Education Board’s official result website : www.educationboard.gov.bd
• Step 2: Select “HSC/Alim/Equivalent” under the “Examination” tab.
• Step 3: Select the year 2017 under the “Year” tab.
• Step 4: Select your board under the “Board” tab.
• Step 5: Enter your roll number as printed on your hall ticket.
• Step 6: Fill in the Captcha to verify that you’re a human.
That’s it! Now you can view your results and take a print out if you want. Just click the “Print” button.
How to use your EIIN number to view HSC Result 2017?
Students can view their result after searching for it through their educational institution’s EIIN number. The EIIN number is a unique code which is used to identify a college. EIIN stands for Educational Institute Identification Number. Every College in Bangladesh is given a unique EIIN number by the Ministry of Education. You can use this number to view your HSC and college results. Just select your board and enter the college EIIN number to view the HSC result 2017.
The board has changed the mark distribution for the year 2017. It is important to check it out to have a clear idea of what to expect in the exam. Read on to find out the marks distribution of the HSC 2017 English exam.
There are 60 marks for reading based questions and 40 marks for writing questions. Under reading, there are 5 marks for MCQ questions where you have to guess the meaning from context and 10 marks for comprehension questions. The comprehension questions are open-ended and relate to analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. 10 marks are reserved for information transfer or flowchart questions and 10 for summarizing questions. The above questions will be based on text materials from the English For Today textbook.
The questions for cloze test with clues can get you up to 5 marks and the questions for cloze test without clues can get you up to 10 marks. These questions are grammar based and will test your ability to fill in words into a given passage. There are 10 marks for questions where you have to re-arrange sentences. The cloze test and sentence rearranging questions will be unseen and set by the examiners.
The writing section will require you to complete many different types of questions. There are 10 marks for writing paragraphs answering questions and 7 marks for completing a story. The letter writing question is for 5 marks. You’ll have the option to choose between writing an informal letter or an email. 10 marks are for a question where you have to analyze a graph, map or chart. Finally, the last question, for 8 marks, will require you to read a given short story or poem and appreciate it. You will have to write about its subject matter, its identifying theme and its interpretation.
Several resources are available online which allow you to view the marks distribution of other subjects such as maths, physics, chemistry and Bengali in Bengali. You should see them as well be fully prepared for the HSC exams. They can be easily found by searching for them on the internet.