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13,000 Cumilla JSC examinees apply for re-scrutiny of results

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UNB, Cumilla :
Some 13,000 students from Cumilla Education Board applied for the re-scrutiny of this year's Junior School Certificate (JSC) examination results.
Sources said, 2,904 students applied for re-scrutiny of English, 2,560 of Bangladesh and Global studies and 2,335 of Mathematics while the other applications were submitted for other subjects. The application for re-scrutiny was accepted through online from December 25 to January 2.

Shahidul Islam, deputy-examination controller of the board, said the results after re-scrutiny will be published on January 24. This year, a total of 2,54,725 students came out successful with 86.99 percent pass rate in the JSC examination from the board. Of them, 3,742 students obtained GPA5.

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