Education System and Result of PSC, JSC, Ebtedayee, and JDC Examination: A Case Study of Bangladesh

Md. Amir Hossain

Abstract


This research-work aims to look at the education system and result of Primary School Certificate (PSC), Junior School Certificate (JSC), Ebtedayee, and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examination in the light of the 21st century Bangladesh. It focuses on the theory of education, name of courses, and number of teachers of each level, examination schedule and results of PSC, JSC, Ebtedayee, and JDC level. This study elaborately discusses the total number of students, including male and female, the grading system, the passing rate, the reasons of failure, and the results under the seven Education Boards of Bangladesh. For this study, the researcher has collected the results of some schools and a madrasah and, then, he has analyzed the learners’ GPA, and the passing rate of male and female students of PSC, JSC, Ebtedayee, and JDC examination-2015. Moreover, it highlights the goals and objectives, research methodology, and recommendations with a view to creating consciousness and sensibility among teachers, students, and guardians. On the whole, it shows the real motif of education system of Bangladesh so that young learners can cope with the education of scientific approach and research based knowledge in the contemporary globe.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jet.v3i1.8969

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