Due to Corona epidemic, it is planned to start SSC examination from 19th June and HSC examination from 22nd August after four months.  The Ministry of Education has decided to evaluate three subjects in SSC and one subject in HSC through subject mapping.  The plan for SSC and HSC examinations was announced in a notification on the Dhaka Education Board’s website on Tuesday.  It is said that the SSC and HSC examinations of 2022 will be re-arranged according to the syllabus.  বাংলায় পড়ুন

Religion and Ethical Education in SSC, Information and Communication Technology, Bangladesh and World identity and science – these three subjects will not be tested.  The number of these subjects will be evaluated through subject mapping.  And without taking information and communication technology exam in HSC, it will be given number through subject mapping.  SSC in Bengali, English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Advanced Mathematics, Biology, Accounting, Business Enterprise, Finance and Banking, History and World Civilization of Bangladesh, Geography and Environment, Politics and Citizenship, Economics, Home Science and Agriculture.  The test will be held.  The HSC examination will be in Bengali, English and group based electives subjects.

SSC and HSC exam 2022

According to the syllabus of three subjects and one optional subject.  In SSC and HSC, the 2 hour examination will have 20 minutes for objective questions and 1 hour and 40 minutes for essay questions in each subject.  Bangla Second Paper, English First Paper and Second Paper – 50 marks will be examined in these subjects.  Among the other subjects which are practical, students will have to take 45 marks (essay 30 and impersonal 15 marks) and if not practical, 55 marks (essay 40 and impersonal 15).  The Dhaka Board of Education has announced April 13 for HSC and June 8 for HSC.  Candidates do not have to take the selection test this time.  Instead, educational institutions will be able to take preparatory exams. 

Probable date of commencement of SSC preparatory examination is 19th May, 14th July in HSC.  Coronavirus epidemics have changed that schedule, although secondary examinations are usually held in February and higher secondary examinations in April.  The government was able to take the SSC exam before the onset of covid infection in 2020.  Later, HSC exams could not be taken that year as the infection situation was not under control.  Instead, the assessment results are given on the basis of the results of JSC and SSC examinations.  SSC exams are taken in November after nine months and HSC exams in December after eight months.  Due to lack of preparation of students, SSC examination was taken in three subjects in short syllabus last year.  And HSC examination is done in six papers of three subjects.

Subjects to be tested

All subjects in SSC this time are Bengali, English, Mathematics.

Department of Science

Physics, Chemistry, Advanced Mathematics, Biology.

Business Department

Accounting, Business Enterprise, Finance and Banking.

Humanities Department

History and World Civilization of Bangladesh, Geography and Environment, Politics and Citizenship, Economics, Home Science and Agricultural Education.

Subjects that will not be examined

Exams that will not be examined in SSC this time are – religion and moral education, information and communication technology, Bangladesh and world identity and science.  In the excluded subjects, like last time, subject mapping will be given again.  In normal time, examinations are conducted in 12 papers in different subjects in SSC and in 13 papers in different subjects in HSC.

How to distribute marks

SSC will have 50 marks in English first paper, 50 marks in English second paper and 45 marks in practical subjects.  There will be 30 marks in composition and 15 marks in MCQ.  In addition, there will be an examination of 55 marks (Essay 40, MCQ 15) for those subjects which do not have practical education.  The Board of Education says that there is no compulsory and practical examination. In subjects (except English first and second papers) the marks obtained out of 40 in answer to four questions in the essay part will be converted to 60 marks and the marks obtained out of 15 in answer to 15 questions in MCQ part will be converted to 30 marks.  In the practical test subjects, the marks obtained out of 30 in the answer to three questions in the essay part will be converted to 50 marks and the marks obtained out of 15 in the answer to 15 questions in the MCQ part will be converted to 25 marks and the remaining 15 marks will be allotted for practical.  In addition, the number obtained between 50 in each letter of English first and English second paper will be converted to 100 number.  The test time will be two hours.

Number Division

In SSC, the candidates in the science department have to answer three out of eight questions in the written test on Physics, Chemistry, Advanced Mathematics and Biology, Home Economics, Agriculture.  The total value of these three questions will be 30.  Besides, MCQ selected 15 questions to answer from 25 questions.  Candidates will get the opportunity to do.  The total value of these 15 questions will be 15.  Students of SSC Humanities and Business Education Department have to answer four questions out of 11 questions on Accounting, Business Entrepreneurship, Finance and Backing, History of Bangladesh and World and World Civilization, Geography and Environment, Politics and Citizenship, Economy.  The total value of the four questions will be 40.  Besides, the examinees will get a chance to choose 15 questions from MCQ 30 questions.  The total value of these 15 questions will be 15. 

Besides, you have to answer 3 out of 6 questions about arts and crafts and music.  The total value of these three questions will be 30.  Apart from this, the examinees will get the opportunity to choose 10 questions from MCQ 15 questions on fine arts.  Among other subjects, physical education and sports, easy Bangla first paper, easy Bengali second paper, Arabic, Sanskrit and Pali have to be answered from five to three questions.  The total value of these three questions will be 30.  In addition, MCQ will have the opportunity to choose 10 questions to answer from 15 questions on physical education and sports.  Examiners.  In other subjects, the examinees will have the opportunity to choose from 25 questions to be answered from 50 MCQ questions.

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