96% children with special needs pass PSC

Dec 312016
 

96% children with special needs pass PSC

 

Throughout the country, 4,547 children with special needs took part in the Primary School Certificate (PSC) exams this year, of which 96.14% have passed.

Of the total number of special needs students, 2,457 are male and 2,090 are female. In addition, 194 of the students achieved GPA 5, including 98 males and 96 females.

Of the students, 1,427 sat the exam in Dhaka, and 1,371 successfully navigated the exams – a pass rate of 95.84%. This included 79 out of the 194 GPA 5 scorers.

A total of 533 students passed out of 557 in Rajshahi, amounting to 95.51%, with 19 students achieving GPA 5.

In Khulna, 575 appeared for the exams and 559 succeeded, a pass rate of 97.15%. The total number of GPA 5 scorers among them is 29.

In Chittagong, 784 children took part, with 750 succeeding and 29 GPA 5 achievers . The pass rate is 95.47 percent.

In Barisal, 175 students passed out of 178 and 12 students achieved GPA 5. The pass rate is 98.19%.

In Sylhet, 562 succeeded among 577 students, with the pass rate being 97.27%. Eight students scored GPA 5. Finally, 449 appeared for the exams in Rangpur, with 430 passing – a rate of 95.49%. Eighteen students achieved GPA 5.

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