Girls Outside boys in PECE, JSC exams
– Girls secure more GPA 5
– The girls pass rate is better
– The overall attendance of the girl is higher
In this year’s two biggest public exams, girls outperformed boys in all indexes, which has increased the success rate in both exams after a significant fall last year.
According to the results of the Elementary Education Completion Examination (PECE) and Junior School Certificate (JSC) exam published yesterday – the indicators – the participation rate, the success rate, and the grades obtained proved that the girls were far ahead of their competitors.
For the past several years, female participation and grades in Class-5 and Class-8 terminal exams have shown a downward trend. Earlier, girls were lagging behind one or two indices like pass rate or GPA-1.
This year, however, they outnumbered the boys on all counts.
Overall, the pass rate for PECEs rose to 97.59 percent, a 2.41 percentage point increase over the previous year. Last year, it was 95.18 percent. About 33% is required to achieve a passing grade.
The pass rate for JSC exams has also risen to 6.25 percent, 2.5 percentage points higher than last year.
However, the number of GPA-1 earners has declined this year, which is down from 66,7,6 last year to 66 66.7. Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid blamed the fourth issue on the main result 2018. Earlier, the results were calculated with the number obtained in the fourth subject. But this year, the fourth issue was subjected to regular assessment at the school, he added.
“If we counted the fourth subject sign, the number would have been approximately equal”The pass rate in the Junior Entrance Certificate (JDC) examination stood at 8.5 percent. The combined pass rate of JSC and JDC in eight general boards and one madrasa board stood at 8.83 percent. In 2017, the pass rate was 83.65 percent. Students received their results from their respective schools, websites and text messages.
This year, a total of 1,5,266 girls and 12,6,6 boys were appearing in the PECE exam. The pass rates for girls and boys are 97968 and 9799 percent respectively.
About 2,626,212 students got GPA-5 and 1,665,3 boys got the recognition.This was the same image in the JSC Test. About 11,93,568 girls and 10,23,393 boys passed the tests and the success rates were 85.83 and 84.63 percent respectively.About 38,876 girls earned GPA-1 against 27,232 boys.
Contacted, prominent educator Rasheda K Chowdhury told the Daily Star that girls of this level were expected to perform. However, he noted that getting promoted to the upper classes would reduce their numbers as the literacy rate of the girls increased in the upper classes.
Rasheda, executive director of the popular education campaign, said that the quality of education in rural areas should be improved with better teachers and better infrastructure.”The government must increase investment in education,” he said.
This year, about 26.52 lakh Class-5 students were tested on six subjects which started on November 18 across the country. Out of this, 26.5 lakh students passed the exam. Students must pass the exam for admission to the sixth grade.
Officials and teachers have all blamed the combined efforts for success. They say that better care of teachers and parents and increasing competition has contributed to the students’ awareness.
According to statistics provided by the Ministry of Elementary and Mass Education, students did well in six subjects, especially in English and Mathematics. The pass rate in English increased from 97.5 percent last year to 99.10 percent math rate increased from 98.21 percent to 98.86 percent.
Primary and Mass Education Minister Mostafizur Rahman formally announced the results at a crowded press conference at the Secretariat’s office in the capital around 6 pm.”The reason behind the good results this year is the combined efforts of students, parents, and teachers. The students took the test very seriously, were better prepared and performed better,” he said.
Under the board, seven out of 4646,775 students achieved a success rate of 7.25 percent, seven of the top seven categories. On the other hand, Sylhet was at the bottom with 7.7676 percent. Joypurhat secured first place among all the districts with a pass rate of 7.227 students with a pass rate of 7.74 percent. Furthermore, a total of 5,66 children with special needs took the test and 8.4% of them passed.
The Comilla board boosted the overall pass rate in the JSC exam by a staggering 27.66 percent. Students on the board did poorly in the JSC exams last year, with only 62.83 percent of students succeeding. This year, however, the pass rate jumped to 0.7 percent and the board was third among eight.
When contacted, Comilla board chairman Professor Ruhul Amin Bhuiyan told the Daily Star that the pass rate from 28 to 25। was between 89 percent and 93 percent. But last year it came down to poor student performance in English. And mathematics.
“But this year we have done workshops in every district with teachers of English and math in all schools. We listened to their problems and did our best to solve them,” said Ruhul, who took charge of the board this year.
“This is basically a result of our collective effort. We have come to the expected level,” he said.A Dhaka board official said, “Usually it makes a difference in English or math results. And most board students have done well in this regard.”
A total of 22.66 lakh students participated in the eight education boards across the country, which began on November 7.Of these, 21,03,763 students passed the grade.The pass rate for the Junior Entrance Certificate (JDC) exam was 89.04 percent.
The pass rate for the Junior Entrance Certificate (JDC) exam was 89.04 percent.The combined pass rate of JSC and JDC in eight general boards and one madrassa board stood at 6.883 percent. Last year, it was 83.65 percent.
5 out of 541 JSC’s who participated in nine foreign center exams in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar and Libya, were successful. Of these, 3 GPs got GPA-1. As on the previous year, the Barisal Board topped the list among all the boards, with 97.9% of students passing. The Sylhet board was at the bottom again with a pass rate of 10.12 percent.
The fourth subject, excluding physical education and health, career education, arts and crafts, agriculture, home science, Arabic, Sanskrit, and Pali, was excluded from the examination because they were subjected to continuous assessment in schools.
While announcing the results at a press conference in his minister’s conference room at noon, Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid said yesterday that the government has taken many initiatives to reform the education system.”We have launched a series of assessments on a number of subjects in the school. Students do not take the JSC exam on subjects,” he said.
Asked about the sharp increase in the pass rate on the Comilla board, he said, “It should evaluate [the outcome]. Anyone who comes to power, I hope they will evaluate it. In addition, each board will evaluate itself.”He declined to comment on a number of other issues, including the private coaching system. Social Science Suggestions 2019
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