66th Birth Anniversary of His Majesty King Jigme Singye Wangchuck, the Fourth Druk Gyalpo

BCSEA family would like to offer our sincere prayers and best wishes for the long life, good health and perpetual happiness of our beloved Drukgyal Zhipa.

Welcome to Bhutan Council for School Examinations and Assessment

BCSE

Bhutan Certificate of Secondary Education (BCSE)

BHSEC

Bhutan Higher Secondary Education Certificate (BHSEC)

LCSC X

Language and Culture Studies Certificate (LCSC X)

LCSC XII

Language and Culture Studies Certificate (LCSC XII)

CBAT

Competency-Based Assessment Test (Classes VI and VIII)

NEA

National Education Assessment (NEA)

2020 Examinations Highlights

2020 Examinations Highlights

BCSE (X), BHSEC (XII) and LCSC (XII) examinations for 2020 Academic Year was conducted in March 2021. Trends given below are in comparison to 2019 Academic Year.

BCSE

Appeared:

12,813

Increased by 199

Passed:

12,374

Increased by 564

Pass Percent:

96.57%

Increased by 2.94%

BHSEC

Appeared:

13,560

Increased by 2,499

Passed:

12,289

Increased by 2,163

Pass Percent:

90.63%

Decreased by 0.92%

LCSC XII

Appeared:

325

Increased by 24

Passed:

306

Increased by 3

Pass Percent:

94.15%

Increased by 7.33%

Assessment

Assessment

  • National Education Assessment
  • Competency Based Assessment

National Education Assessment

National Education Assessment (NEA)

A National Education Assessment (NEA) is designed to describe the achievement of students in a curriculum area aggregated to provide an estimate of the achievement level in the education system as a whole at a particular age or grade level. NEA in Bhutan is a periodic exercise carried out at regular interval in Class III, VI and in IX.

BCSEA will be conducting National Education Assessment (NEA) in sample schools across the country from 25th November -15 December 2021. The programme is funded by Global Partnership for Education (GPE) under the ESPIG programme.

Therefore, BCSEA would like to seek support from all the stakeholders in order to implement the programme successfully. For details please contact the project manager:171828208.

Competency Based Assessment

Competency Based Assessment (CBA)

Initiated in 2011, CBA was focused on measuring holistic development of students as one of the key initiative taken to achieve the aspirations for the education system. It is a form of assessment that is derived from a specified set of learning outcomes which very clearly states both the general and specific competencies (knowledge, skills, values and attitude, that assessors, students and stakeholders can make reasonably objective judgements with respect to student achievement of these competencies that equip them to move to the next competency level and prepare them for life and the world of work (BCSEA, 2015).

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Where are we?

We are located at Tshalu Lam-7. It is about 100 meters behind Honda showroom, Babesa Express Way.

Contact Us

Bhutan Council for School Examinations and Assessment
Babesa, Thimphu
Post Box No. 156

Phone number
+975 2 322724 | 332546 | 326559
Email
bcsea@bcsea.bt