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JSC Exam Routine 2013 educationboard.gov.bd. Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Bangladesh has published JSC exam Routine of 2013. The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Dhaka was established on 7 May 1921 according to the recommendation of Sadler Commission. Intermediate colleges and high schools in Dhaka city and Islamic intermediate colleges and high madrasah of greater Bengal were under control of that board. An advisory board made by the director of public education department of greater Bengal was given the authority to govern the board.

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JSC Exam Routine 2014 educationboard.gov.bd

JSC Exam Routine 2013 educationboard.gov.bd

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JSC Exam Routine 2014. JSC Exam Routine has published here. Download JSC Exam Routine 2013. JSC mean Junior School Certificate. Higher secondary education managed by eight education board all over the country. This is a public exam, So large number of students participate in this exam and this is also last public exam in Bangladesh. After completed HSC exam, Students get ready to admit for higher education.

Bangladesh Education Board take JSC, SSC and HSC exam every year. This year, Dhaka education board has published JSC and JDC exam routine 2014. HSC exam will be start from 1st April up to 28/05/2014. Students can download HSC and Alim exam routine from this site. besides, other information will be updated here. After completed HSC exam, you can get HSC and Alim here. Click below the link to download HSC, Alim exam routine 2014.

Last year JSC Exam Routine was published on 11/7/2013. It is mention that JSC exam schedule may be changed by government emergency activities and political activities. So keep your eye open to get update information regarding JSC exam schedule.

This JSC Exam Routine 2013 will be applicable for:

Dhaka Board

Rajshahi Board 

Comilla Board 

Jessore Board

Chittagong Board

Barisal Board

Sylhet Board

Dinajpur Board

Madrasah Board Alim Routine 2013

 JSC Routine 2014 educationboard.gov.bd

The Dhaka Education Board is responsible for administering all public schools with the exception of English-medium schools and madrassahs in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh as well as the entire Dhaka Division.

The Dhaka Education Board office is located at Bakshibazar, Dhaka.

Districts under Dhaka Education Board

Dhaka, Faridpur, Gazipur, Gopalganj, Jamalpur, Kishoreganj, Madaripur, Manikganj, Munshiganj, Mymensingh,     Narayanganj, Narsingdi, Netrakona, Rajbari, Shariatpur, Sherpur,Tangail

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JSC Exam Routine 2014 educationboard.gov.bd

JSC Exam Routine 2014 educationboard.gov.bd

JSC Exam routine 2014

JSC Exam routine 2014

JSC Exam routine 2014

JSC Exam routine 2014

JSC Exam  result 2014

JSC Exam  result 2014

JSC Exam  result 2014

JSC Exam  result 2014

JSC Exam  result 2014

JSC Exam  result 2014

JSC Exam  result 2014

The education system and structure of Bangladesh has three major stages-primary, secondary and higher educations. Primary education is a 5-year cycle while secondary education is a 7- year one with three sub-stages: 3 years of junior secondary, 2 years of secondary and 2 years of higher secondary. The private schools also receive strong financial support from the state. The tertiary education (3-5 years) is provided through universities (34 public and 60 private universities) and affiliated colleges under supervision of University Grants Commission. Establishment of private universities has gained momentum in recent years. At all levels, students can choose the medium of education from Bangla or English.

The Ministry of Education is the supreme state office for education which again is subdivided in different directorates for each level while running numerous development projects (Education Projects and Technical projects). According to the article 17 of the Constitution, all the children of Bangladesh are supposed to receive full free education up to secondary level. Secondary and higher secondary schools are affiliated under ten (10) education boards. The boards administer three public examinations – Junior School Certificate (JSC) Examination, Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Examination and the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) Examination. The higher secondary schools are known as colleges. There are also Madrasah (religiously inclined) and English medium schools which are enrolled under Madrasah Education Board and Foreign Education Board respectively. Besides this, a Technical Education Board has been established to administer the vocational training schools at post secondary level in Education Board. The National Curriculam and Textbook Board is the authority to develop, approve and manage the curriculum and text books for primary, junior, secondary and higher secondary level. Government has also established Bangladesh Bureau of Educational Information and Statistics (BANBEIS) which keeps educational information at all levels. Bangladesh Government has published an Education Policy which is developed based on the inputs taken from different education commissions over the years. There are also many non-profit organizations which operate informal and semi-formal education for underprivileged children under supervision of Bureau of Non-formal Education.

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