27 May, 2009
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Ctg Board SSC Results

The number of Grade Point Average (GPA)-5 achievers increased by 213 while the percentage of pass declined by 3.01 percentage point in the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examinations under Chittagong Education Board this year, compared to the previous year.

A total of 4,529 students secured GPA-5 this year and the number was 4,316 in 2008.

A total of 43,132 students, out of 61,964, came out successful with pass a percentage of 69.61 this year while it was 72.62 in 2008, 57.94 in 2007, 63.87 in 2006.

In terms of percentage of GPA-5 achievers, Faujdarhat Cadet College topped the list with 100 percent of its students securing the GPA-5, Chittagong Public School and College secured the second position with 85.49 percent, Ispahani Public School and College third position with 79.81 percent, Chittagong Collegiate School fourth with 74.57 percent and Bangladesh Mohila Samiti Girls' High School fifth with 69.20 percent.

Meanwhile, Collegiate School has topped the list of 10 best institutions in terms of the number of GPA-5 achievers. Some 346 students, out of 464, obtained GPA-5. The pass percentage of the school is 98.49 percent.

Dr Khastagir Government Girls' High School secured the second position, with 229 students, out of 363, obtaining GPA-5, and the pass percentage is 99.72.

Government Muslim High School became third, with 196 securing GPA-5 and the pass percentage is 100 percent.

A total of 191 GPA-5 achievers put their institution -- Bangladesh Mahila Samiti Girls' High School and College -- on the fourth position while the fifth position went to Nasirabad Government High School having 185 GPA achievers.

The list also includes Nou-Bahini High School and College (155 GPA-5 achievers), Chittagong Government High School (138), Chittagong Public School and College (112), Chittagong Government Girls High School (98) and Ispahani Public School and College (87).

Besides, 100 percent of students of 28 institutions became successful this year. The institutions include Faujdarhat Cadet College, Chittagong Government Girls High School, St. Scholastica Girls' High School, Arpana Charan City Corporation Girls' High School, Chittagong Public School and College, Bayezid Line High School, Silver Bells Girls' High School, Chittagong Ideal High School, BEPZA Public School and College, and Jorarganj Bouddya High School.

On the other hand, no students of Konakhali Karimiah High School at Chakaria upazila in Cox's Bazar passed the exams.

Deputy Examination Controller Abdul Aziz said the pass percentage of most of the schools outside the city has declined this year. The pass percentage has declined by 27.82 percent in Khagrachhari district alone, which contributed to the decrease in the total pass percentage in the Chittagong education board.

Some students who disqualified in the test examinations also appeared in the SSC examinations, he added.

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