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Poor show in education

Poor show in education

Around 92 percent of sixth graders don't have the required competence in English, and 89 percent of them lack proficiency in Bangla, according to a government survey. The picture is also dismal in the case of mathematics as more than 82 percent of them cannot gain expected competence in the subject, shows the Learning...

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Probing HSC question leakage

THE probe body formed to find out the causes and the culprits behind HSC question paper leakage this year has come up with, among others, a curious suggestion to stop question leakage. It is that future public examinations be held without any time gap between them. Oddly enough, the probe committee has not been able to shed any light on how the question paper leakage could take place, or who might have been behind the crime.  Evidently, the probe...

Weird solution to question leak

The government considers holding public exams without any gap excepting public holidays in efforts to check question paper leaks. The committee formed by the education ministry to investigate the question paper leaks during this year's Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) examinations suggested changing the system of holding public exams over a long period with significant gaps between two exams. The education boards should plan two exams a day or at least one without any interval excepting public holidays, it said in a...

QUESTION PAPER LEAK

Judicial probe sought

Judicial probe sought

  A writ petition was filed with the High Court seeking an order upon the government to form a judicial commission headed by a retired judge of the Supreme Court to probe the recent allegations of question paper leak in public examinations. The writ submitted by SC lawyer Eunus Ali Akond also sought directives on...

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