Bangladesh Quran Education Board Result 2022

Bangladesh Quran Education Board Result 2022 বাংলাদেশ কুরআন শিক্ষা বোর্ড রেজাল্ট The results of the 20th central examination of the Bangladesh Quran Education Board have been released. The pass percentage is 88.60 percent. The merit list has been achieved by 306 students.

The results of the Quran Education Board were released at a press conference in rampura in the capital on Saturday. The board’s controller of examinations, Mufti Mohammad Hemayetullah Qassemi, handed over the results to the board’s general secretary Allama Nurul Huda Faizi.

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This year, more than 10,000 candidates participated in 220 centres of 296 madrasas under the Board of Qur’an Education.
The result can be found on the website of the Bangladesh Quran Education Board.

Bangladesh Quran Education Board Result 2022

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Nurul Huda Faizi, secretary-general of the board, said, “Despite all the difficulties, we have been able to publish the results of the examination, for which we are grateful to Allah Rabbul Alamin. This time 96.26 per cent of the candidates of our board have passed. Along with the results of the test, let their deeds be improved. We wish that they go ahead with the prayers of the parents and parents.

In the 20th Central Examination, the central examination was held in 7 Marhalas from Hifjul Quran to Sanabia Amamah (Kafia). This year, 478 madrasas took part in the exam. The side rate is 88.60%. The number of centres is 220, the number of students is 10787.
On the occasion of the release of the results, the Chairman of the Board Mufti Syed Muhammad Rezaul Karim Pir Sahib Akhmonai expressed satisfaction and said that the Bangladesh Quran Education Board is contributing to the improvement of the quality of Islamic education conducted across the country. He called upon madrasas to register under Bangladesh Quran Education Board and participate in central examinations to improve the quality of education and madrasas of The Quran Education Board to implement 100 per cent of the board’s syllabus.