Cabinet approves amendment to HSC Result Publication Act: Education Minister

The cabinet has approved the amendment to the Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Act to publish the results of the HSC examination.

Education Minister Dipu Moni told reporters after the cabinet meeting on Monday.

The education minister said that the amendment of the law will be raised in the winter session of the Parliament on January 18. After that, based on the report of the parliamentary committee, the law will be gazetted.

The result will be declared after the gazette. 

As a result of the amendment, the results will be published in the evaluation system without examination. The existing Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Act does not provide for publication of results without examination. 

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina virtually presided over the regular cabinet meeting in the morning.

The Prime Minister directed various developmental activities from the government residence Ganobhaban to the Cabinet.

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