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1,330 institutions achieve 100 percent success in HSC exams

Staff Reporter
  08 Feb 2023, 22:21

A total of 1,330 educational institutions have 
achieved 100 percent pass in the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations-2022 across the country this year.

Of those, 93 institutions are from Dhaka Board, 31 from Rajshahi, 37 from 
Comilla, 39 from Jashore, 16 from Chittagong, 34 from Barisal, 11 from Sylhet, 24 from Dinajpur and 12 in Mymensingh, while the number of hundred percent successful institutions under Madrasa Board is 448 and 662 under Bangladesh Technical Education Board (BTEB). 
 
A total of 1,934 educational institutions achieved 100 percent pass in the HSC and its equivalent exams last year. 

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