JSC and JDC Final Exam Routine Published
Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) exam schedule published in 2017 According to the published schedule, the Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations of class VIII students will start from November 1 and start till 18 November.
The test will take place from 10am on scheduled days. This time the test will be held for the 8th time. The detailed schedule of the examination is given below
Junior School Certificate (JSC) Examination Schedule 2017:
Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) Examination Schedule 2017:
Students will be able to use a general scientific calculator in the examination. However, mobile phones or any kind of electronics device can not be brought. None other than the center secretary can use mobile phone in the center of the examination.
Other disabled students with hearing impairments will get additional 20 minutes. Visually impaired, cerebral palsy is disabled and those who have no hands can use them.
Autistic, down syndrome candidates will get 30 minutes extra time, if they want to be accompanied by a teacher / guardian / helper. Although many elective and creative question papers have two divisions, together with two parts together, 33 will be considered passable. That is, it will not be necessary to pass a separate passage in two parts like SSC.
Last year, 24 lakh 12 thousand 775 candidates participated in the examinations. The number of students was more than 1 lakh 64 thousand 29 people compared to the student’s service.
Last year, 2 lakh 38 thousand 303 people in JSSC and 3,74,742 people in JDC participated in the examinations.
The students of 28 thousand 761 institutions, including 19 thousand 706 students and 9,555 students in JSC are required to conduct examinations in 2,2 and 732 centers respectively. Apart from this, 681 examinees participate in 8 centers abroad.
After the test till November 18, the results of the JSC and JDC exams of 2017 will be announced every year in the last week of December. After the publication, the results will be known from the education board’s respective websites as well as from the educated BD.