JDC, JSC Result 2016 Marksheet Published – 90.94% pass this year. A total of 16,75,109 students out of 2,325,933 have come out successful in JSC and JDC exam 2016. A total of 90.94% students have passed in the Junior School Certificate and its equivalent Junior Dakhil Certificate examinations this year.
The results of Primary School Certificate (PSC), Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations are set to be published on Tuesday (December 31). Out of 2,325,933 students who come into sight in the JSC and JDC exams, a total of 16,75,109 students have come out victorious. A total of 2,325,933 students under 8 general education boards and 1 madrasa board scored the highest GPA-5 (grade point average) this year.
Download JSC Result 2016 Marksheet from our website easily. Bangladesh Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid handed over the results to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today at 10:00am. The minister will officially announce the JDC and JSC result 2016 at a press conference at his ministry at 1:00pm.
JSC Result 2016 Marksheet
JSC Exam Result 2016 SMS Method
The JSC and JDC can receive their results 2016 by sms in their mobile message. Type JSC and the first 3 letters of the board of education and the exam roll number and send it to 16222.
JSC SMS Method
JSC <space> DHA <space> Roll Number Send to 16222
JDC SMS method
JDC <space> MAD <space> Roll Number Send to 16222
This sms can be send from any operator Airtel, Banglalink, Teletalk, Grameen Phone to get the results of JSC or JDC Result 2016.
The Board codes are: COMILLA- COM, DHAKA- DHA, BARISHAL- BAR, RAJSHAHI- RAJ, CHITTAGONG- CHI, DINAJPUR-DIN, JESSORE- JES, SYLHET- SYL, MADRASA – MAD and TECHNICAL – TEC.
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Students wishing to rescrutiny their exam papers can apply through online applications after the JSC or JDC result 2016 is published. This can be done online by Teletalk prepaid Mobile phone.
The JDC and JSC result 2016 will be available at respective exam centres and education boards, on the education board website or our website at the same time. The examinees can get their results through SMS to mobile phone operators today from 2:00pm.
The exams were held at 2,420 centres across the country under eight general education boards and one madrasa board. In this year More than 19 lakh class-VIII students – some 10,07,655 girls and 8,95,091 boys- took part in the exams that began on November 7.