UNO's prompt move saves two HSC students from missing exams | The Daily Star
12:00 AM, April 02, 2019 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, April 02, 2019

UNO's prompt move saves two HSC students from missing exams

They are provided admit cards by email

Finally two Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) examinees, who did not get their admit cards in time, in Aditmari upazila of the district were able to sit for their HSC examinations yesterday, thanks to the upazila nirbahi officer (UNO) concern for his timely taken initiatives.

Two examinees, Shuvo Kumar Roy, son of Manikanta Roy, and China Khatun, daughter of late Awal Mia, of Sakoya village, both students of Sakoya Manjil BM School and College, attended their examination at Aditmari Government College centre yesterday.

Aditmari UNO Mohammad Asaduzzaman made the special arrangement for them after discussing with the Technical Education Board authority.  

Although, both the students paid necessary fees and filled up their forms through the college authority, their admit cards were not delivered in time.

Fellow students as well as local people blocked the Lalmonirhat-Mogholhat road on Sunday, protesting corruption and negligence of the principal of the college.

After hearing the matter, Aditmari UNO Asaduzzaman went to the spot and assured the aggrieved students that he will talk to the authorities concerned and reach a solution in this regard so that they can attend their exams.

“I talked to the Technical Education Board authority in Dhaka on Monday night over phone and they sent me copies of the two admit cards through e-mail the same night,” UNO Asaduzzaman said.

Forms of the two examinees were filled up properly and sent to the Technical Education Board authority.

Though 95 other students of the institution got their admit cards, mistakenly their admit cards were not delivered, college Principal Abdul Hakim said, adding that it wasn't their fault.

The two students and their guardians thanked UNO Asaduzzaman for his timely taken initiative.

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