PSC Result 2019 has been published. PSC/ PEC are the first public examination in Bangladesh. The Primary School Certificate Result will be published on December 24 at 10am. After handed over the results to Prime Minister at 10am, results will be published officially. After 12pm PSC Result 2019 will be published publicly. Ebtedayee End Result will be published on the same day of PSC Exam Result 2019. EBT Result searching methods are same as PEC Exam Result 2019.
After Handed over the PEC Result 2019 to the PM, the Primary and Mass Education Minister will brief about Primary End Certificate Exam Result 2019.
Primary School Certificate and Ebtedayee Result can be seen from website, SMS and from student’s respective educational institutions. In addition to the results, detailed number of each papers can also be seen on the website.
The Directorate of Primary Education will publish results on their website. You can also send a message from any mobile phone operator to get the result.
PSC Result 2019:
|December 24, 2019||Monday||10AM||DPE <space> Student ID and Send to 16222|
How to Search PSC Result?
Primary end result 2019 can be known from the Directorate of Primary Education’s website. Besides, results can also be search from Teletalk Bangladesh website. Apart from the website, the results can be known through SMS. EBT Results will be published alongside PSC Result. At the same time, the same process Ebtedayee Result 2019 can be known.
Primary School Certificate PSC and Ebtedayee Exam Result can be known from two websites. Web sites are dperesult.teletalk.com.bd and 126.96.36.199:5839. Besides, upazilla and district based
PSC Exam result from dperesult.teletalk.com.bd website:
- Visit dperesult.teletalk.com.bd/dpe.php
- Enter student ID. Find student IDs in your admit card.
- Click the Submit button to view the results.
PSC result in full Bangla:
The Directorate of Primary Education has an IP address for viewing results in full Bangla. Through this IP address the details result of Primary School Certificate and Ebtedayee End can be Search in Bangla. PSC Marksheet only available on Bangla Version of PEC Exam Result 2019. Also, the students name, fathers name, mothers name, school name etc will be mentioned in the Bangla PSC Result.
- Visit http://188.8.131.52:5839/
- Select “2019” as the exam year.
- Select your division (Rajshahi, Khulna, Dhaka, Chittagong, Barisal, Sylhet, Rangpur etc.)
- Select your district.
- Choose your upazila or thana.
- Enter the PSC/ EBT roll number.
- Click the Submit button.
PSC Exam result via SMS:
As well as the website, PSC Exam Results can be known by sending SMS. SMS can be sent in two ways. One method is using upazilla code and exam roll and the other is using student id.
Follow the steps below to see results with student ID.
- Enter your message option.
- Write DPE <space> Student ID
- Send the message to 16222.
Upazilla based Results:
District and Upazila based PSC Result can be downloaded from the Directorate of Primary Education DPE website. Follow the steps below to download District base PSC Exam Result.
- Visit dpe.gov.bd website.
- Click on the name of your district from your division.
- Download Results in PDF format.
PSC Board Challenge:
If a student is not satisfied with the results, then he/she can challenge his/her results. You have to apply for PSC Result challenge within the stipulated time frame. PSC Re-scrutiny application can be made through Teletalk Prepaid mobile phone. If a student or guardian wants to apply in one or more of the subjects, it is possible. You can apply for as many subjects as possible that are unhappy. Each subject will be required separated charge for PSC Result review application. Click here for the PSC Result Re-scrutiny notice and application.
There is no separate examination will be held for PSC scholarship. PSC and Ebteday scholarships are given on the basis of the results of the primary End examination and Ebtedayee End Examination. The PSC scholarship Result and EBT Scholarship Result can be known from the directorate of primary education DPE and Ministry of Primary and Mass Education websites.