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Education Ministry

Taking Ssc, Hsc Exams

70pc attendance must for students

Students who attend 70 percent classes will be eligible to sit for public examinations like SSC and HSC even if they failed in the test exams. The education ministry yesterday sent a circular in this regard to all schools, colleges, madrasas and technical institutions, directing the authorities concerned to comply with it. Education institutions hold test examinations for students to get qualified for public examinations like Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC). The ministry took the decision as...

Tomorrow’s SSC exam to be held Mar 7

Tomorrow’s SSC exam to be held Mar 7

The government has deferred tomorrow’s SSC examination to March 7 (Saturday) due to the BNP-led 20-party alliance's ongoing countrywide hartal. The examination will be held from 10:00am to 1:00pm, Education Secretary Nazrul Islam Khan said while announcing the new schedule at a briefing, private television channel Somoy TV reports. On top of the indefinite blockade,...

Decision on Thursday’s SSC exam tomorrow: Nahid

Decision on Thursday’s SSC exam tomorrow: Nahid

The education ministry will decide on the schedule of Thursday’s SSC and its equivalent examinations tomorrow. Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid made the declaration at a press conference at the secretariat this morning. Till date, this year’s examinations are being held on Fridays and Saturdays on security ground because of the ongoing hartals and blockades...

SSC exams in hartal trap

About 15 lakh students are in a fix as the education ministry yesterday once again put off the SSC and equivalent exams due to an extended hartal by the BNP-led 20-party alliance. The opposition combine enforced a 72-hour countrywide shutdown from Sunday morning, which has now been extended until 6:00pm tomorrow. The exams were due to begin on Monday, but the ministry rescheduled those for Friday (9:00am to 12:00 noon). The second exam (Bengali 2nd paper/ Easy Bengali 2nd paper/ Bengali Language...

No decision yet on SSC exam deferment: Nahid

No decision yet on SSC exam deferment: Nahid

The education ministry is yet to come up with any decision on whether the SSC examinations will be deferred or not following the BNP-led alliance’s call for a 72-hour countrywide hartal from Sunday. “We still believe that the human values will prevail in their minds and they will call off their programme considering the...

Grabbing Of Primary School Lands

JS body blames negligence, inaction of govt authorities

Utter negligence and lack of measures, including the absence of a wing, division or arrangement of the primary and mass education ministry or its directorate to deal with relevant issues and laws, led to quarters and individuals for years illegally occupying and grabbing partially or completely land of the capital's government primary schools. The sub-committee 3 of the ministry's parliamentary standing committee made the observation after starting to visit schools, five yesterday, aiming to recover the land. “Everyone seemed to be...

Govt to strike hard if SSC question leaks

Govt to strike hard if SSC question leaks

The government will take strong measures to curb question-paper leak’ Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid said today in view of the upcoming SSC examinations. The comment came during a meeting with officials at the Education Ministry ahead of the Secondary School Certificate tests to be held in February. “If anyone tries to walk this path...

'TERROR FUND' FROM LONDON

Govt official among 4 sued

Govt official among 4 sued

Chittagong police have sued four people including an education ministry official for receiving Tk 19 crore fund from London for their alleged attempt to strengthen militant activities in the country. The accused are: Abul Kalam Azad, assistant director of Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education; Shahjahan Maijbhandari, general secretary of Maijbhandar Sharif Shahi Mosque...

Editorial

Centralising teachers' recruitment process

THE education ministry is reportedly planning to recruit teachers for non-government secondary schools, madrasas and colleges centrally. To this end, a list of prospective teachers will be prepared according to merit through a test of candidates held by the National Teachers' Registration and Certification Authority (NTRCA). Understandably, the government move, which aims to clip the power of the governing bodies of the local schools, colleges and madrasas in appointing teachers, is attributable to the widespread corruption and irregularities existing in...

HSC results on Aug 13

HSC results on Aug 13

The results of Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations will be published across the country on August 13.     Subodh Chandra Dhali, deputy chief information officer of the ministry, confirmed it to Bangla daily Prothom Alo today. The HSC and equivalent examinations held on April 3, with 11,41,374 examinees taking part from 8,104...

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