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Question Leak

Editorial

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...

HSC QUESTION LEAK

Probe body for making multiple sets of questions

Probe body for making multiple sets of questions

A probe body has recommended formulating multiple sets of question papers and selecting one from that through a lottery in the morning of the examination day to avoid leaks of questions. The committee, which was formed following an alleged leak of questions of English Second Paper examination under Dhaka Board, also suggested reduction of...

BITTER TRUTH

Question leakage: Genesis of the problem

THE most recent incident of leakage of HSC question papers after a series of such scandals in the last SSC examinations has stunned the whole nation. The attempt of the education boards to hold both the SSC and HSC examinations peacefully after success in arresting unfair means got a severe jolt. This shows that the process, from setting of the questions up to distributing them, lacked proper planning, security measures, efficient handling and foolproof and honest endeavour. The boys and...

Editorial

Question leakage is a shame

EDUCATION is clearly in a bad state in the country. With reports of questions for the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) examinations being leaked and even appearing on Facebook, it is quite natural to conclude that somewhere along the line the authorities may have lost control over the entire examination process. In the recent past, there have been patent instances of question papers for examinations to the Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS) being out in the...

Editorial

Facebook used for leaking question

A face book page named 'HSC exam 2014' was found to have disclosed at least 18 of 22 questions of HSC's maths first part exam that was held on Sunday. Audaciously, the profile picture of the page had the title "Prashnopotro Fash" (question paper leaked). Responding to the incident, the board authority is reported to have refuted the claims, but then the question is how they could have ignored an obvious reality! Since the very beginning of HSC exams, we...

HSC Question Leak

Govt opens probe

Two separate probe committees were formed yesterday to investigate the alleged question leak of English second paper test of Higher Secondary Certificate exam under Dhaka Education Board. The education ministry formed a seven-member committee led by its Additional Secretary Sohrab Hossain. The committee was asked to submit its report in 15 working days, Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid told reporters at his secretariat office. Earlier yesterday, the Dhaka Education Board formed a five-member committee headed by the board's Secretary Abdus Salam Hawlader. "The...

Today's HSC exam rescheduled for June 8

Today's HSC exam rescheduled for June 8

Today’s English Second Paper HSC examination which was postponed over alleged question leak will be held on June 8. Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid informed the reporters about the reschedule at his ministerial office this afternoon. Meanwhile, two separate committees have been formed to probe the alleged question leak of the Dhaka Education Board's HSC...

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