Student Registration Extended
This is to inform students and parents that BCSEA has extended the deadline for student registration till 15th October, 2020. The students wishing to appear the examination for the the academic year 2020 are requested to register with your respective schools before the deadline.
Services & Procedures
BCSEA offers a range of services either through online or offline. The online services are delivered through G2C portal ( www.citizenservices.gov.bt) and offline service are delivered visiting the office in person. The primary objective of online services is to simplify and enhance the delivery of public services efficiently and effectively.
1. Bhutan Higher Secondary Education Certificate (BHSEC)
BHSEC (Class XII) is a two year course beyond the BCSE (Class X) examination or its equivalence. Examinations in all subjects are written in the medium of English except for Dzongkha the national language and other foreign languages for foreign candidates.
2. Bhutan Certificate of Secondary Education (BCSE)
BCSE (Class X) is a two-year course beyond Class VIII or its equivalence. Examinations in all subjects are written in the medium of English except for Dzongkha the national language and other foreign languages for foreign candidates.
3. Language and Culture Studies Certificate (LCSC X)
LCSC X is a two year course beyond Class VIII or its equivalent. Examinations in all subjects are written in the medium of Chhoeked and Dzongkha except for English.
4. Language and Culture Studies Certificate (LCSC XII)
LCSC XII is a two year course beyond the LCSC X examination or its equivalence. Examinations in all subjects are written in the medium of Chhoeked and Dzongkha except for English.
National Education Assessment
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.
Competency Based Assessment
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).