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SSC Exam 2021 Day 1 Summary: About 19,000 were absent and 14 expelled

SSC Exam 2021 Day 1 Latest News Update: According to the official schedule, SSC 2021 Exam started today across the country. On the first day of the exam, about 19,000 were absent from the 9 Education Board.

On the other hand, 14 were expelled during the exam. 1 student from the Barisal Education Board and 2 Room inspectors and 1 student from Dinajpur Education Board were expelled for dishonest work.

In Madrasah Education Board, a total of 10,000 examinees were absent and 10 were expelled. Besides this, almost five and a half thousand examinees were absent from Technical Education Board.[adinserter block=”1″]

SSC Exam 2021 Day 1 News

On 14th November 2021, Sunday, Physics (theoretical) examinations are taken under nine general education boards as per the SSC Routine 2021. There are a total of 4 Lakhs, 8 thousand and 34 candidates in this subject. But, a total of 4 lakh 64 thousand 47 SSC Examinees were present in the examination from those examinees.[adinserter block=”2″]

As per the calculation, a total of 3,546. candidates were absent in the first exam. The present examinees and absent examinees’ information came from the control room of the Ministry of Education today.

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On the first day of the SSC Exam 2021, 1 lakh 28 thousand and 708 students were supposed to appear in 423 centers under Dhaka Education Board. But on this day 1 lakh 27 thousand 923 candidates appeared on the exam. A total of 884 candidates did not appear in the examination center on the first exam.

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