JSC Result Marksheet 2023: Students can check their JSC Result Marksheet 2023 with or without their registration number to see how they performed on the exam. The JSC Examination 2023, administered by the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Bangladesh, is scheduled to begin on November 1, 2023.
The results for all streams (science, arts, and commerce) are expected to be released in the last week of December. Students with their marksheet and registration number can easily access their online results and see their scores in each subject. Check the board wise result for the following:
Check JSC Result Marksheet With Number:
To find the JSC result Marksheet with a number (registration) is easy to download. Go to your respective school or institution and fill out a result card form for your results. After the form is filled out and approved by the board examination branch, you will be able to download a copy of your JSC result mark sheet with a registration number.
|Junior School Certificate
|Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Bangladesh
|Bangla and English
|Bangla, English, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, Islamiyat
|Result Declaration Date
|Last week of December
|How to Check Result
|Online, SMS, and Mobile App
You may also be able to get a physical copy of your JSC result Marksheet from the school or institution. Cambridge examination result announcement date is also available here.
If you have any issues accessing your JSC result Marksheet with number online, then you can also contact the board office of your respective education board. The board office will be able to provide you with the necessary information and help you to get your result Marksheet.
How to Check JSC Result Without Registration Number?
Its a common problem with many students that they lost their registration number. For students who may have lost or misplaced their JSC result number, there are still ways to get your JSC result without a number.
Simply visit the online education eboardresults website and search for the “Result without Number” section. Here, you will need to provide some basic information such as exam year, name, center ID, candidate date of birth and school name.
After filling the all compulsory information submit the details. You will be able to get your JSC result. Finally, if you have access to your Board ID, you can use it to log in to the board’s website and access your JSC result without a number.
It is important to remember that it may take some time and effort. It is best to keep your JSC result number safe so that you can quickly access your result when needed. For CBSE Results 10th & 11th class visit the page.
How To Find JSC Roll Number By Registration Number?
All the candidates who appeared for JSC or JDC exams in Bangladesh, they will use JSC roll number in order to access their exam results. You can find out the JSC roll number if you already have the registration number with you. Here is the simple procedure to follow:
- Visit the official website of the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education BD.
- On the home page, look for the ‘Search Student Result’ section and click on it.
- Then select the year of your exam, board name and ‘JSC/JDC’ examination type.
- Enter your registration number and date of birth in the given fields.
- Finally click on the submit button to view your result.
Check JSC/JDC Result Through SMS:
First, open your mobile phone’s message box and type JSC followed by your registration number. For example, if your registration number is 123456, then you would type JSC123456 and send it to 16222. You will then receive an SMS with your results in the following format: Your Name Roll Number GPA Result.
The GPA result will be followed by either “Pass” or “Fail”. Note* that the JSC/JDC result through SMS service will only provide result and not detailed marksheets. To get a detailed marksheet you must visit the website of the Bangladesh Education Board or your respective school.
Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) Examinations:
The Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations are annual public examinations for the 8th class/grade students of Bangladesh. These exams are conducted by the 8 general education boards and Madrasah education board of Bangladesh, under the supervision of the Ministry of Education.
Students are required to pass these exams in order to get admission into the 9th grade. The JSC and JDC examinations are equivalent to the GCE O-Levels (Ordinary Level) examinations.
This examination consists of 7 compulsory and 2 optional subjects. The compulsory subjects are Bangla, English, Mathematics, General Science, Social Science, Islam and Moral Education or Hinduism and Moral Education.
The optional subjects vary from institution to institution and may include Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Home Economics, Agricultural Science, Islamic Studies, Physical Education and Fine Arts.
Results for the JSC and JDC examinations are announced by the Intermediate and Secondary Education Boards Bangladesh (ISEB) and students can view their results either online or offline.