92pc students pass pry terminal exams

December 29, 2010

About 92.34 per cent of the examinees have passed the primary terminal examinations for class V students held from November 23 to 29.
The pass rate in Ebtedaye terminal examinations is 83.93.
The results of the primary terminal examinations were published on Tuesday. Last year, the pass rate was 88.84 per cent.
The pass rate of male students in primary terminal examination is 92.75 and female is 91.98. In Ebtedaye terminal examinations, the pass rate of male is 86.19 and female 82.01.
Of the successful candidates in primary terminal examination, 47.95 per cent got first division, 40.51 per cent second division and 11.54 per cent third division.
The primary and mass education minister, Afsarul Ameen, officially announced the results at a press briefing at the secretariat at 12:00pm. Earlier the minister handed over the results to prime minister Sheikh Hasina.
The government introduced the public examinations for Class V students in 2009. Only students of general schools sat for the exams last year. But this year, the Ebtedaye madrasa students also took the exams.
This year, some 24,88,138 students registered for taking the examinations at 6,000 examination centres across the country.
Of the total 24,88,148 students, 21,57,015 are from schools and 3,31,133 from madrasas. As per the number of students, the examination is considered to be the biggest public examinations in the country.
The examinations were held in Bangla, English, maths, religious studies, sciences and social sciences with a total 600 marks.
In primary terminal examinations, Al Yasa of the Kodalia Government Primary School in Tangail stood first, securing 598 marks.
With 596 marks, two students stood second. They are Sadia Hasan of Rajoyer Model Government Primary School in Madaripur and Naimur Rahman Naim of Sristi Academic School in Tangail.
With 595 marks, two students stood third. They are Saptarshi Chandra of Chandranath Government Primary School in Moulvibazar and Tanvir Anjum Sadh of Monohardi Model Government Primary School.
In Ebtedaye terminal examination, Masud Alam of Juranpur Alim Madrasa in Comilla stood first, securing 585 marks.
Zakir Ullah Mahmud of Pabna Islamia Alia Madrasa in Pabna stood second securing 584 marks.
With 582 marks, Ibrahim Mollah of Siddiqiya Senior Fazil Madrassha in Gopalgonj stood third.
Among the seven divisions, Barisal has the highest pass rate of 97.14 while Sylhet division has the lowest pass rate of 86.35 per cent.
Among the 64 districts, Munshiganj has the highest pass rate of 99.41 per cent.
Viqarunnisa Noon School and College was on top of institutions securing a 100 per cent pass rate and the highest number of first divisions among the schools.
The Manipur High School secured second position and the Ideal School and College, Motijheel, the third position.
No students of 2,787 schools who took the examinations became successful whereas in 51,576 schools, 100 per cent students passed the examination. Students of a total 85,891 schools took the exams.
The results were available at the website dpe.teletalk.com.bd, at schools and at the Upazila and thana education offices.
However, guardians complained that they had to face difficulties as the website of the directorate of primary and mass education (http://www.dpe.gov.bd/) was out of order. But it was said earlier from the directorate that the results would also be available at the website.
The students must pass the terminal exams to get enrolled in Class VI. Scholarships would be awarded on the basis of their results in primary terminal examinations.
This year, 55,000 students would be given scholarships.


Courtesy of NewAge

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