Saturday, December 7, 2013

HSC Alim Vocational Exam Result 2014 Bangladesh Education Board BD

hsc result 2014. HSC Alim Vocational Exam Result 2014 Bangladesh will Publish Soon. HSC Alim Vocational students are going through a tensed moment as the result is knocking at the door! It is their 2nd government examination in life after the SSC. So, the Higher Secondary Certificate result means a lot to them.

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HSC Alim Vocational Exam Result 2014 Bangladesh Published Soon!

hsc result 2014

HSC Alim Vocational Exam Result 2014 Bangladesh Published Soon!

How to get HSC Result 2014 using the Mobile Phone

Follow the following steps to get your HSC Result 2014 on your mobile phone.

HSC > First 3 Letters of your Board > Roll Number > Passing Year (2014) > Send to 16222

As an Example:

HSC > Dha > 655341> 2014 and now send to 16222
HSC Alim Vocational Exam Result 2014 Bangladesh Published Soon!
HSC Alim Vocational Exam Result 2014 Bangladesh Published Soon!
HSC Alim Vocational Exam Result 2014 Bangladesh Published Soon!
HSC/Alim/Vocational students are going through a tensed moment as the result is knocking at the door! It is their 2nd government examination in life after the SSC. So, the Higher Secondary Certificate result means a lot to them.
 HSC Alim Vocational Exam Result 2013 Bangladesh Published Soon!
Many people are searching for the clue of the result date. As, this year, in 2014, the exam schedule was very lengthy as a result of political disharmony in Bangladesh, the HSC results will be published in the second or third week of July, 2014.

It is not the fixed time range. It may also change as a result of political causes! Results of HSC usually become published within 2 months of the last exam; that means 60 days. You will surely know the date of result publishment very soon through newspapers and television channels.

HSC Alim Vocational Exam Result 2014 Bangladesh Download Now

This year, the HSC and equivalent exams were held under 11 Education Boards including the Madrasa board and Technical board. The exams were started on 1st April, 2014 and ended on 1st June, 2014. A total of 10,12,581 [10 Lakhs 12 Thousands Five Hundreds and Eighty One] candidates appeared in HSC and equivalent exams. Among these, 5,35,662 were male and 4,76,919 were female.

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The educational system in Bangladesh is three-tiered and highly subsidized. The government of Bangladesh operates many schools in the primary, secondary, and higher secondary levels. It also subsidizes parts of the funding for many private schools. In the tertiary education sector, the government also funds more than 15 state universities through the University Grants Commission.

Bangladesh conforms fully to the Education For All (EFA) objectives, the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) and international declarations. Article 17 of the Bangladesh Constitution provides that all children between the ages of six and eighteen years receive secondary education free of charge.

The three main educational systems in Bangladesh, ordered by decreasing student numbers, are:



General Education System

Madrasah Education System

Technical - Vocational Education System



Other systems include a Professional Education System.



Each of these three main systems is divided into five levels:



Primary Level (years 1 to 5)

Junior Level (years 6 to 8)

Secondary Level (years 9 to 10)

Higher Secondary Level (years 11 and 12)

Tertiary Level



Tertiary education in Bangladesh takes place at 34 government and 54 private universities. Students can choose to further their studies in engineering, technology, agriculture and medicine at a variety of universities and colleges.



At all levels of schooling, students can choose to receive their education in English or Bangla. Private schools tend to make use of English-based study media while government-sponsored schools use Bangla.

Cadet colleges are important in the education system of Bangladesh. A cadet college is a room and board collegiate administered by the Bangladesh. Military discipline is compulsory at all cadet colleges. Faujdarhat Cadet College was the first cadet college in Bangladesh, established in 1958 over an area of 185 acres (0.75 km2) of land at Faujdarhat in the district of Chittagong. At present there are 12 cadet colleges in Bangladesh.



The Madrasah Education System focuses on religious education, teaching all the basics of education in a religious environment. Religious studies are taught in Arabic and the students in some areas also serve the local area masjids. Students also studies are required by law to complete all of the courses from the General Education System. Many privately licensed Madrasas take in homeless children and provide them with food, shelter and education, e.g. Jamia Tawakkulia Renga Madrasah in Sylhet.



The Technical and Vocational Education System provides courses related to various applied and practical areas of science, technology and engineering, or focuses on a specific specialized area. Course duration ranges from one month to four years.

Tertiary education in Madrasah Education System



In Madrasah Education System, after passing 'Alim' (12th Grade), student can enroll in for 3years long study, for obtaining a 'Fazil' level (14th Grade) as well as they can go for further general education like earning all over the universities degree, And after passing successfully they can further enroll into another 2 years long study system to obtain a 'Kamil' level (16th Grade) degree.

Tertiary education in Technical Education System



In the Technical Education System, after obtaining Diploma-in-Engineering degree (four years long curriculum), students can further pursue their educational carrier for obtaining a Bachelor degree from Engineering & Technology Universities, and normally it takes two and half or three years long courses for students with a Diploma-in-Engineering degree, to obtain a Bachelor degree, but often in some cases these students take more than three years to complete their bachelor degree(undergraduate degree) (16th Grade) in Engineering. Then they can enroll into post-graduate studies.

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