We are expressing our satisfaction over the excellent results achieved in this year’s Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations-2022 held under 11 education boards in the country. We are also congratulating the students, who got good results in examinations amid various odds like Covid-19 pandemic and global financial crisis.
A total of 85.95 percent students, on an average, passed the HSC and equivalent examinations this year. Among the successful candidates, a total of 1, 76,282 got GPA-5 (maximum grade point average) in the examinations.
During the pandemic, students and teachers continued to carry out academic activities online or through television on limited scale as the students were deprived of in-person classes and socialising with friends.
Both the students and teachers had to work hard to address the learning loss due to Covid-19. Students recovered their learning loss and completed HSC examinations on time, thanks to the pragmatic steps taken by government.
government needs to
take more initiative
to ensure quality
education for all
The government needs to take more initiative to ensure education for all and maintain quality in order to make the country’s meritorious students worthy citizens.
We apprehend that there would be tough competition among the students to get admission at the prestigious public universities due to very limited seats.
Yet, a large number of students will have scope to get admission into private universities and renowned colleges under the national university and go abroad for higher education considering the shortage of available seats at the top universities in the country.
Our students should keep in mind that it is not enough to get only academic degrees, but at the same time it is necessary to obtain knowledge on information technology.
Besides, the guardians will also have to work to build their children as worthy citizens to cope with ever changing world.