Results and Reasons of Failure at the Secondary Level Examination of Bangladesh Education System: An Empirical Investigation

Md. Amir Hossain


The aim of this research paper is to look at the results and reasons of failure of the SSC, Dakhil, and Vocational Examinations-2018 under 10 Education Boards in Bangladesh. It would like to unveil the 21st-century Education System of the secondary level. Its aim is to highlight all sorts of Subjects of Humanities, Business Studies, and Science Group at the secondary level. It attempts to investigate the total students of all education boards, reasons of failure, comparative study of pass rate, the number of successful students with GPA-5, and their average percentage of each board. This study would like to focus on the real picture of teachers’ and students’ performance at the secondary level. For this purpose, the current researcher had to complete the survey with the help of 20 participants, including 10 students, 5 teachers, and 5 parents regarding results and failure of the secondary level examination based on questionnaire system at Sristy Central School & College, Uttara, Dhaka. Sources were taken from the selected national dailies of Bangladesh. Teachers, students, and parents were asked to tick the right option out of four about the current education system of the secondary level. Based on their comments, the researcher had to find out the probable means of solution. Moreover, the aim of the paper is to investigate the effective recommendations for learners, parents, and teachers with a view to showing a new dimension of the secondary level education system of Bangladesh.      

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International Journal of Social Science Studies   ISSN 2324-8033 (Print)   ISSN 2324-8041 (Online)

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