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Wrong instructions to SSC candidates: Natore teacher suspended for 5 years

A teacher in Natore’s Bagatipara has been suspended from all public examination duties for 5 years for misleading students on the first day of SSC exams Sunday.

Zainul Abedin, teacher in charge of the exam center at Bagatipara Government Pilot High School, instructed 170 students to fill up all 25 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) though the board instructions said 12 out of 25.

All the students followed his wrong instruction in the Physics exam.

After the exam, when they found out that they were given wrong instructions and their exam copies are in danger of getting disqualified, the students together went to the Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO) Priyanka Devi Pal, who talked to the concerned broad authorities and assured that the 170 students would get marks on the basis of 12 MCQs.

The UNO also ordered the suspension of the teacher for the act that left the students’ future in uncertainty.

Source: United News of Bangladesh