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Comilla: 13,000 JSC examinees apply for their results to be re-scrutinized

  • Published at 01:58 pm January 11th, 2019
File photo of Junior School Certificate (JSC) examinees on the first day of exams at Motijheel Govt Boy's High school, Dhaka on November 1, 2018 Mahmud Hossain Opu/Dhaka Tribune

The majority of students applied for their English results to be re-scrutinized

Some 13,000 students under the Comilla Education Board have applied for their Junior School Certificate (JSC) examination results to be re-scrutinized.

The majority of students have applied for their English results to be re-scrutinized—about 2,904. Meanwhile, 2,560 have applied for their Bangladesh and Global Studies results to be re-scrutinized; and 2,335 for Mathematics. More applications were submitted for other subjects.

Applications to have one’s results re-scrutinized were accepted online between December 25 and January 2.

Comilla Board Secretary Prof Md Abdus Salam said the results of this will be published on January 24.

This year, a total of 254,725 students were successful with 86.99 percent pass rate in the JSC examination from the board. Of them, 3,742 students obtained GPA 5.