More than 18 thousand candidates absent on the 12th Day of HSC Exam 2021

HSC Exam 2021 12th Day Overview: On the 12th day of the HSC Exam, more than 18 thousand candidates did not appear in the exam from 9 education boards of the country. Besides, one candidate has been expelled due to applying restricted rules.

This information was given by the Ministry of Education on Tuesday, December 21, 2021. According to the ministry, 13,399 candidates were absent from the examination this morning shift and 5,153 candidates were absent in the afternoon shift.

On December 21 (Tuesday), the second paper examination of politics and good governance was held in the morning. As per the report, 3 thousand 18 students from Dhaka Board, 943 students from Chittagong Board, 1 thousand 62 students from Rajshahi Board, 696 students from Barisal Board, 1 thousand 115 students from Sylhet Board, 1 thousand 558 students from Dinajpur Board, 1 thousand 323 students from Comilla Board, 860 from Mymensingh and 1,844 candidates were absent from Jessore Education Board.

In the afternoon, the second paper examination of business organization and management was taken across the country. There were 1,599 students from Dhaka Board of Education, 6 students from Chittagong Board, 526 students from Rajshahi Board, 36 students from Barisal Board, 185 students from Sylhet Board, 451 students from Dinajpur Board, 6 students from Comilla Board, 175 students from Mymensingh Board and 398 students from Jessore Board.

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Although the HSC and equivalent examinations are held in April every year, the government has announced that the public examinations will be held in the first week of December this year due to the Covid-19 issue.

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