The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Jessore was founded for Khulna division on 30th September 1963 by the section of an ordinance no. XXXIII of 1961 of the then East Pakistan. The aim of establishing this educational board was the regulation, supervision, development and overall organization of Intermediate and Secondary public examinations with maximum efficiency. However, the ordinance was modified in 1962 and then again in 1977 as a part of the upgradation of rules and regulations.
The founder chairman of Jessore board was Dr. Abdul Haque who served this position for approximately two years from 1963 to 1965. The present and 31st chairman of this board is Professor Md. Abdul Alim who is holding this position since 9th October 2016.
The board started its journey without any permanent building to conduct the official activities. They primarily used the hostel of Junior Teachers’ Training College, Jessore until they had their own building. Later on, the board authority bought 8.20 acres of land through acquisition of the District Administration. They gradually constructed the office building, rest house, residential buildings for the staffs, post office and shifted to their own campus in 1968.
Now, there are 3 & 7 storied office building, 2 storied guest house, a residential building for the officers, and a bungalow for the chairman, answer shed etc. under the Jessore board. In an addition, the board has its own Water Supply system and a 315 KVA electric substation. A residential model school and college are presently under construction at New Town on its 200 acres land.
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There were only 4 districts- Khulna, Jessore, Barisal, Kushtia with 508 schools and 20 colleges in total under Jessore board when it was established. In 1969, a new district named Patuakhali came into being that increased the number of districts to 5. Then in 1984, Bangladesh faced a massive decentralization of administration which turned all the subdivisions into districts which in turn leveled up the number of districts into 16, namely- Kushtia, Chuadanga, Meherpur, Jessore, Jhenaidah, Narail, Magura, Khulna, Satkhira, Bagerhat, Pirojpur, Jhalokathi, Barisal. Patuakhali, Barguna, and Bhola.
Later on, Barisal got recognized as an individual district in 1993 and the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Barisal was established covering Pirojpur, Jhalokathi, Barisal. Patuakhali, Barguna and Bhola districts. At present, Kushtia, Chuadanga, Meherpur, Jessore, Jhenaidah, Narail, Magura, Khulna, Satkhira, and Bagerhat districts are under the Jessore board.
Jessore board is having a total of 1870 schools and 310 colleges at present and all of them are academically active. Also, there are 127 schools and 74 colleges under this board which have got temporary recognition from the government to run their educational activities. Jessore board has also got 193 secondary schools and 59 colleges that are allowed to admit students.
Almost all the services provided by Jessore board are automated, thus it’s error-free, cost-effective and time-saving. Anyone can know their updates by visiting www.jessoreboard.gov.bd website online. They have also launched Jessore Board Mobile Apps for the convenience of students as well as teachers so that they can get their desired information faster by using mobiles or tablets.