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How to Get SSC Result 2020 Easily?

Do you know – how to get SSC result 2020? In this story, we are showing the all ways to get SSC result 2020 easily. All the candidates and guardians have already known that the results of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent exams 2020 will be published on May 31.

The education boards have already decided to send the results of SSC and equivalent exams to the guardians’ mobile phones via SMS.

So, it is going to happen on May 31 for the very first time in the history of Bangladesh due to the present Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.

Ministry of Education took the decision as the country is witnessing a surge in Covid-19 infections and deaths.

The SSC exam result 2020 will not be published in their respective schools following the closure of all educational institutions.

This year, the SSC exams began on February 3 and ended on March 6. Some 2,047,779 students took part in the SSC and its equivalent examinations held at 3,512 centres.

It is very easy to get the SSC result 2020.

Results Via SMS

To get the SSC result 2020 you just have to take your mobile phone and go to the message option.

Type SSC/DAKHIL (space) first three letters of respective boards (space) roll number (space) 2020 and send it to 16222.

Results Via Website

Examinees can get their results from the education board website. Here is the link: https://www.educationboardresults.gov.bd

Besides, they can also get the results from the websites of respective education boards.

To receive the SSC exam results, here we mention the SMS process in detail:

SSC Result 2020

Type= SSC <Space> First 3 letters of your board name <Space>Your Roll Number <Space> 2020 and then send to 16222

Dakhil Exam Result 2020

Type= Dakhil<Space>First 3 letters of your Madrasha Education Board<Space>Your Roll Number<Space>2020 and then send to 16222

Vocational Exam Result 2020

Type= SSC<Space>First 3 letters of your Technical Education Board<Space>Your Roll Number<Space>2020 and then send to 16222

Short Code of All Education Boards

  • Dhaka Board= DHA
  • Cumilla Board= CUM
  • Barisal Board= BAR
  • Sylhet Board= SYL
  • Chittagong Board= CHI
  • Jessore Board= JES
  • Rajshahi Board= RAJ
  • Dinajpur Board= DIN
  • Madrasha Board=MAD
  • Technical Board= BTEB

All the education boards have already started sending messages to all cell phone providers and so that all candidates and/or their parents will registrar for their results.

To know about SSC and equivalent results, the pre-registration is continuing for 24 hours before publishing the result.

Around 10:00am on May 31, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will officially announce SSC results 2020 at Ganabhaban in Dhaka via video conference.

Later, Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni will reveal the detail information about the results at 12:00pm though a Facebook live programme, UNB reports.

Earlier, there was a planning of publishing the SSC exam results on May 7 or 8, 2020. But the government could not publish it due to closure of all schools.

Last year, the pass rate of the results of SSC and equivalent exams was 82.20 per cent.

Since the three cases of COVID-19 were first reported in Bangladesh on March 8, the government shut all educational institutions from March 17 to 31. Later, the shutdown was extended till May 30.

Bangladesh recorded 582 deaths from coronavirus (COVID-19) infections so far till today (May 29). The total number of infected persons has reached 42,844, according to the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS).



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