Bangladesh Education Board or Intermediate and Secondary Education Boards, Bangladesh is an autonomous institution responsible for regulating the non-government educational institutions.
About Bangladesh Education Boards
Education Board was established in the year 1921 according to the recommendation of Sadler Commission. High Schools, Intermediate Colleges, Madrashas operates under the supervision of Bangladesh Education Board. An advisory board proposed by the director of public education was given the authority to administer the board. The board has been playing a vital role in the development of the education sector of Bangladesh since its establishment.
Main responsibilities of Education Board
The board is also responsible for carrying out various board examinations. At present, the board has many responsibilities as the government has started to take JSC, JDC and PSC exams in addition to SSC and HSC examinations.
There are also many polytechnic college and dental, medical college institutions in Bangladesh. The responsibility of the education board is to arrange an integrated admission test for these institutions and coordinate the courses in these establishments.
At present, there are nine boards of intermediate and secondary education in Bangladesh. They are Dhaka, Rajshahi, Comilla, Jessore, Chittagong, Barisal, Sylhet, Madrasah and Technical board. Education board also coordinates the efforts of these individual boards to develop the education sector of Bangladesh.
Publication of Results
Education board is also responsible for publishing the exam results of various board examinations taken by the boards. Presently education board publishes PSC, JSC, JDC, SSC, and HSC exam results. It is a challenge for Education Board to take exams and publish results at a specific date within the deadline.
According to the result of any particular board examination (SSC, HSC, and Dakhil), the education board also published various statistics such as a list of top ranked schools and colleges in a particular year, number of students failed, the number of students achieved GPA-5 and list of schools with poor performance, etc.
These statistics helps the Ministry of Education, Government, Boards and various educational institutions to make policies to improve the educational system of Bangladesh.
To improve the HSC admission procedure in the colleges, the education board has taken initiatives for online entry. Hence, the students will no more have to run to various colleges to collect admission forms. They will be able to complete the admission procedure online and make payment through Teletalk SMS system.
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