There will be no HSC and equivalent examinations in 2020. This year’s candidates will be evaluated on the basis of the results obtained in their JSC and SSC and equivalent examinations and the results of higher secondary will be published. The results may be released in December. Education Minister Dr. Dipu Moni made the announcement this afternoon. The government has taken such a decision because of Corona.
He said an advisory committee has been set up to evaluate the candidates. The convener of the committee is an additional secretary of the Ministry of Education, and the members are teachers and academics of different universities including Dhaka University. The member-secretary of the committee will be the chairman of Dhaka Education Board.
He hoped that the recommendations of the advisory committee would be received by the first week of November. “I will be able to release the results by December,” he said.
Responding to a question from reporters, the minister said, “We have the results of two public examinations.” The evaluation has to be done on this basis. Can’t go to anything else. One might say that tests have been done, and those results are in the hands of the educational institution. There may be various problems.
Regarding the assessment of those who failed one or one subject in the Higher Secondary or equivalent examination last year, the minister said they would also be assessed on the basis of the results of past JSC and SSC. They will also be admitted to the university.
Asked what percentage of JSC and SSC results would be calculated for the results of this year’s higher secondary examinations, the minister said the matter would be decided on the basis of the opinion of the advisory committee. We have time. “
The advisory committee will also make recommendations on the evaluation of those who have changed departments after coming to higher secondary after SSC.
This time more than 13 lakh 75 thousand candidates have registered.
The minister expressed hope that the university admission would be taken in a batch system this time.
In India, HSC is closed after taking three exams. In Hong Kong, the test was canceled.
In a virtual briefing, Deputy Minister of Education Mahibul Hasan Chowdhury Nawfel said, “We are taking a decision based on international best practice.” Our students have been taken into consideration so that they do not face any problem internationally.
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