Gazette of three amended bills passed in National Parliament has been issued to publish the results of HSC and equivalent examinations without examination.
Earlier, President Abdul Hamid assented to the bills.
After the President's consent, the bills became three laws, reports Somoy News.
On 24 January, The National Parliament paved the way for publishing the results of higher secondary certificate and equivalent examinations by passing the three bills.
The bills are – "Intermediate and Secondary Education (Amendment) Bill, 2021", "Bangladesh Technical Education Board (Amendment) Bill, 2021" and "Bangladesh Madrasah Education Board (Amendment) Bill, 2021".
The gazette was published on Monday night.
On 19 January, the Parliamentary Standing Committee on education ministry Okayed three bills after review.
These amendments for publication of the results were needed since the HSC and its equivalent examinations could not be held last year due to the Covid-19 situation.
The government closed all educational institutions days after the coronavirus outbreak in the country in March. In these extenuating circumstances, it was later decided to publish the HSC and equivalent results without holding the examinations.
Since existing laws preclude authorities from publishing the results without holding examinations, the government has had to move to amend the relevant laws.
Last week, the Cabinet gave the nod to amend relevant laws in parliament to enable publication of the HSC results.
The related Acts are – the Intermediate and Secondary Education Ordinance-1961, Bangladesh Vocational Education Board Act-2018, and Madrasa Education Board Act-2020.