psc exam in 2013 bangladesh: 98.58% students of Class Five have the success rate in 2013 primary education terminal examination (PSC) results.The pass rate hit a record high as cents person students only out of success, 1.2% higher than that of last year, though the students faced disruptions in exam schedules due to opposition’s strike (hartal) and blockade.
Students have consistently been doing well in the PSC examination since its introduction in 2009, when the pass rate was 88.84 percent.
The number of students securing GPA-5, the highest grade point average, also rose to 2,40,961 from last year’s 2,30,220.
The results, published on December 30, show 24,83,142 students — 11,38,898 boys and 13,44,244 girls- passed the examination. The number of failed students also came down significantly.
The number of total examinees & number of schools with cent percent pass rate rose remarkably while the number of failed pupils and schools with zero pass rate came down significantly. A total of 35,890 flunked against last year’s 65,778.
The pass rate of this year’s Ebtedai (primary level of madrasa) examinations is 95.80 percent.
Primary & Mass Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid formally announced the results at a press conference at his secretariat office at 1:00 pm.
Students got their results from their own institutions, website and through mobile phone SMS.
The minister said the result of one centre in Amtoli upazila in Barguna was suspended as it was found inconsistent. The ministry is yet to receive results from Tripoli, Libya where three students sat for the exams.
The PSC examination began on November 20, 2013 and was supposed to end on November 29. But two tests were rescheduled due to blockades and the exams ended on December 6, 2013
This year, 26.39 lakh students from 87,085 schools registered for the exam. Of them, 25,19,032 appeared in the exam.
Monipur High School in Dhaka has retained its position for the third time as the best in the country while National Ideal School and Milestone Preparatory KG School secured 2nd and 3rd positions.
Fifteen of the top 20 schools- in terms of the number of registered students, GPA-5 holders, pass rate and absent rate — are from Dhaka. The five others are from Khulna, Comilla, and Chittagong.
Among all seven divisions, Barisal topped the list with 99.25 % success rate. With 96.54 % pass rate, Sylhet remains at the bottom.
Lalmonirhat saw the cent percent pass rate, leaving 63 other districts behind. At the upazila level, 36 out of 506 upazilas saw cent percent pass.
The pass rate of physically and mentally challenged children is over 97.23 percent.