Filling of SSC form started on 13th April

This year's Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination form filling is starting from 13th April and will continue till 24th April. Students need to fill up the form online. A notification in this regard has been published on the website of Dhaka Education Board on Sunday stating the date of submission of required fees, rates and rules of fees.

Filling of SSC form started on 13th April
Filling of SSC form started on 13th April

It said a possible list of student information would be posted on the board's website on April 10. Forms must be filled in the process specified from this list. Students will be able to submit the registration fee till April 25. The preparatory examination of the students will start on May 19 in the educational institutions.
The notification further said that the candidates will have to pay their salaries and session charges by December 31, 2021. No student of ninth and tenth class can be paid more than 24 months in total.
Board fee of Tk. 1,165 for registration of science students, total fee of Rs. 1,615 including center fee of Rs. 440, board fee of Rs. 1,065 for business education, total fee of Rs. Done.
Students who have registered for the 2017-2018 session will be able to participate in this exam, including GPA development candidates who have failed in one to four compulsory and optional subjects, subject to the registration period. For this a fee of Tk. 350 without practical and Tk. 400 including practical has been fixed.
It is mentioned that students (regular and irregular) will participate in the examination on the question paper prepared as per the re-arranged syllabus (syllabus) of 2022 SSC examination. In the case of students of all academic years, the National Curriculum and Textbook Board has been directed to provide the marks obtained through continuous assessment to the concerned centers of the respective educational institutions as per the guidelines of Physical Education, Health Sciences, Sports and Career Education.
Candidates who have passed all the elective subjects in the SSC examination of 2021 and got less than GPA 5 will be able to participate in the examination of 2022 for the development of GPA if there is a period of registration. They have to participate in the examination of all subjects. If GPA is developed in this test, it will be accepted. Otherwise the previous result will remain valid. GPA Development Examiner is required to submit an attested photocopy of the previous exam entry form and academic transcript along with a print copy.
If the registered candidates of 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 sessions have not participated in the examinations of 2020 and 2021, they will get the benefit of the fourth subject if they take the examinations in all subjects as irregular candidates and the candidates of 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 sessions Participants have passed 4th subject and failed in 1 to 4 subjects. If they have passed this year's SSC examination by participating in previous unsuccessful subjects, they will get the benefit of 4th subject.