SSC Routine 2017 Download Education Board of Bangladesh

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SSC Routine 2017 is published by Education Board of Bangladesh for all the boards on their official website. This year exam will start on 2 February 2017. The exam will begin in different centers across Bangladesh in the first week of February next year.

The board is under Education Ministry. They publish exam routine every year also. It is usually available in Education Board official website. The entire exams for all boards will start at the same time. Name of site is After JSC result, students are eligible for SSC Exam. It is two-year education.

Download SSC Routine 2017

Information of Exam,  Secondary School certificate time Schedule for General, Technical and Madrasa board.


The last year 2016, SSC and Dhakhil (DIBS) was started on 02 February 2015 and end on 11 March 2016 of Dhaka, Rajshahi, Jessore, Barishal, Comilla, Chittagong, Sylhet, Dinajpur Madrasah and Technical board of science arts and commerce. Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid said there would be no gaps between the exams barring government holidays. The SSC Exam Schedule 2015 had been changed for 15 times, this year. This year total 15, 43,838 candidates had appeared at SSC examination in 3,054 centers. The first day Bengali 1st paper and last day Music will be held. Results publish on after one month. Madhyamik candidates can receive their admit card from the school office.

Bangladesh Education Information

Public Exam Routine
All public routine of PEC, JSC, SSC, HSC, BOU and other exam schedule are available here.

Colleges in Bangladesh
Here student can get a list of top colleges in Dhaka, Chittagong, Sylhet, Rajshahi, Jessore, Barishal, Comilla, Dinajpur.

Bangladesh Education Info
Information about Bangladesh education system is given here. About School, college, university and other Technical – Vocational Education System.

Online School Admission
Bangladesh government is going to introduce a new online school admission registration system for secondary level school students on 1 December 2015.