DHAKA Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni today said
necessary steps will be taken to distribute admit cards for public
examinations much earlier for stopping hassle of examinees.
We'll not allow it to happen again. We will take steps so that examinees
can get their admit cards much earlier, she told reporters after visiting
the SSC examination centre at Tejgaon Government Girls' High School.
The education minister urged political parties to refrain from announcing
any programme during the public examinations as it creates tension and panic
among the students.
She also urged the media to provide information on irregularities in
The education ministry will never allow anyone to do anything immoral at
the cost of the examinees, she said.
The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and its equivalent examinations
under 11 education boards began today across the country.
A total of 20,47,779 students 10,24,363 boys and 10,23,416 girls are
taking part in the SSC and equivalent examinations at 3,512 centres from
28,884 educational institutions.
Of the candidates, a total of 16,35,240 students are participating in the
SSC examinations under nine general education boards, 2,81,254 in Dakhil exam
under Madrasa Education Board while 1,31,285 are appearing in vocational
exams under Bangladesh Technical Education Board this year.
Bangla first paper test was held today. Dakhil students under the madrasa
board appeared in Quran Majid and Tajbid tests while the vocational board
students took part in Bangla second paper tests.
Source: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)