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Public Examinations

Changes in public examination system

THE government has recently formed a seven member committee to find solutions to the question paper leak menace. On the basis of their recommendations the education minister said that examinations would take place without any recess, except for public holidays. He believes that this will leave no room for question paper leak. But there is no direct link between the leaking of question paper and the long gap in the examinations. We should remember that students are the first important...

No gap in public exams: Nahid

No gap in public exams: Nahid

In an attempt to prevent question paper leak, the government has decided to hold all public examinations without any break excepting public holidays. The decision was taken on the basis of recommendations submitted by the fact finding team on June 29, said Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid. He was talking to reporters at a press...

Ministry must admit question leaks: Zafar Iqbal

Ministry must admit question leaks: Zafar Iqbal

Following repeated leaks of question papers of higher secondary certificate examinations, noted author Prof Muhammad Zafar Iqbal today demanded that the education ministry and board must admit the incidents. If the higher authorities of the education board or ministry are not linked to question paper leaks, how could it happen repeatedly, Prof Iqbal questioned. "Even...

Poor teaching method restrains learners' skill

Poor teaching method restrains learners' skill

Though the pass rates in public examinations are getting higher, a huge number of students are failing to master the desired competencies due to a flawed teaching system, observes the World Bank. The global lender in a report states that the most common teaching method at secondary classes in the country is lecturing and reading textbooks and when it comes to interaction, teachers only ask closed questions like "yes" or "no" to check whether the students have memorised the textbook information. This teaching practice goes hand in hand with current examination system, which tests only memory recall from the textbook, says the report titled "Bangladesh Education Sector Review" published in March. It...

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