Saturday 03 May 2014

The British Council Bangladesh makes a significant contribution to the conduct of school exams for Edexcel. Every year, the British Council Bangladesh and Edexcel come together to recognise students who have achieved excellent academic results. Edexcel High Achievers’ Award 2013 was held at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre on 3 May 2014. 

A total of 398 High achievers were chosen from the categories of PLC, IGCSE, A Levels and World Highest Scorers. 

The High Achievers' Award was attended by parents, family members and school principals and teachers. It was a huge family event to celebrate the success for the future of the Bangladesh next generation.

Dr. Gowher Rizvi, International Relation Affairs Adviser to Prime Minister, Government of Bangladesh, His Excellency Nick Low, Acting British High Commissioner to Bangladesh, Simon Young, Regional Director, Pearson Edexcel and Brendan McSharry, Acting Country Director, the British Council Bangladesh, attended the programme and presented the awards.

'Remarkable, quite remarkable to see such congregation of talent. Our future is assured. And wonderful to see the British Council's valuable involvement and support'. –  Dr. Gowher Rizvi. 

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