The PEC and JSC exams have economic repercussions, too.
The date for this year's Higher Secondary School Certificate examination has not been fixed and no decision has yet been taken to cancel the Junior School Certificate (JSC) examination, an education ministry press release said today.
The pass rate of Junior Secondary Certificate and Junior Dakhil Certificate examinations hit an all-time low in 2017 at 83.65 percent, a 9.41 percent dip from 2016.
The success rate fall in the JSC examinations has once again exposed students' weakness in English and mathematics -- two key subjects that always make a difference in the pass rate.
Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations begin across the country with the participation of 24,68,820 examinees.
Class-VIII students have done better than ever in Junior School Certificate (JSC) examination, taking the success rate to a new height.