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Admission process in HSC begins


The admission process to Class-XI for the students who have passed Secondary School Certificate (SSC) exam this year began on Sunday.

The admission process in Class-XI for the students who have passed Secondary School Certificate (SSC) exam this year began on Sunday.

“Deputy Minister for education Mohibul Hasan Chowdhury Nowfel will inaugurate the admission process at a function at Dhaka Education Board,” said Professor Ziaul Hoque, chairman of the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Dhaka.

According to the admission policy, the enrollment process will be completed in online and through SMS from Teletalk SIM.

The website address for the online application is —

The list of the eligible candidates will be published in three phases on June 10, 21 and 25.

The class will begin on July 1.

To apply online, a fee of Tk 150 has been fixed. The fee is Tk 120 through SMS.


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