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  2. Education in Bangladesh - Wikipedia

    Education in Bangladesh is overseen by the country's Ministry of Education. The Ministry of Primary and Mass Education is responsible for implementing policy for primary education and state-funded schools at a local level. In Bangladesh, all citizens must undertake ten years of compulsory education which consists of five years at primary school ...

  3. List of schools in Bangladesh - Wikipedia

    Nilmoniganj Secondary School Nilmoniganj, Chuadanga – 7200, Khulna, Bangladesh Secondary Education 1967 January Seva Sangha Girl's High School Jessore NCTB & Jessore Education Board 1962 Secondary Nutan Khayertala Secondary School Jessore Jessore Education Board 1963 Secondary Jessore Cantonment High School: Jessore NCTB & Jessore Education Board

  4. List of secondary school leaving qualifications - Wikipedia

    All India Senior School Certificate Examination - at national level. Higher Secondary School Certificate - at state level. Pakistan - Matric/SSC Secondary School Certificate (Localised Boards) Nepal : Secondary Education Examination (10th Grade) School Leaving Certificate Examination (11th and 12th Grade) Sri Lanka - General Certificate of ...

  5. Talk:Certificate of Secondary Education Examination

    This is the talk page of an article that redirects to the page: • Secondary Education Examination Because this page is not frequently watched, present and future discussions and edit requests should take place at: • Talk:Secondary Education Examination

  6. Military academy - Wikipedia

    It may also mean a middle school, high school, or college, whether public or private, which instructs its students in military-style education, discipline and tradition. Students at such civilian institutions can earn a commission in the U.S. military through the successful completion of a Reserve Officer Training Corps program along with their ...

  7. List of secondary education systems by country - Wikipedia

    Main article: Education in Nigeria. In Nigeria, secondary school starts from JSS1 (grade 7 (age 12–13) until SSS3 ( grade 12 (age 17–18)). Most students start at the age of 10 or 11 and finish at 16 or 17. Grade 6 is mostly skipped, but those students who did grade 6 normally start grade 7 (JSS 1) at the age 11 or 12.

  8. English-medium education - Wikipedia

    An English-medium education system is one that uses English as the primary medium of instruction —particularly where English is not the mother tongue of the students. Initially this is associated with the expansion of English from its homeland in England and the lowlands of Scotland and its spread to the rest of Great Britain and Ireland ...

  9. Certificate of Primary Education - Wikipedia

    The Certificate of Primary Education (CPE) was an academic qualification in Mauritius awarded upon the completion of primary school. The exam last took place at the end of 2016 before it was replaced by the Primary School Achievement Certificate (PSAC) in 2017. The qualification was awarded upon earning passing marks on the primary school exams ...