The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations which were postponed due to cyclonic storm Mocha will be held after the completion of the written examinations, said Dipu Moni on Monday (May 15, 2023). The written test under nine general education boards, technical and madrasha boards will end on May 23 and the postponed examinations May 14 and May 15 will be held after the completion of the written test, she said while addressing a programme at Government Teachers’ Training College in the city. Read More: SSC exams of all education boards for May 15 postponed due to Mocha Earlier, the SSC exams of the six education boards-Chattogram board, Cumilla board, Jashore board, Barishal board, Bangladesh Madrasa Education board and Technical Education board-for May 14 were postponed and then SSC exams of all education boards scheduled for 15 were postponed due to very severe cyclonic stom Mocha. Bangladesh Inter-Education Board Coordination Committee issued two notices signed by its chairman Professor Tapan Kumar Sarkar on Saturday and Sunday. Referring to the new curriculum, Dipu Moni said the authorities have taken steps to implement the new curriculum to build a skilled and smart nation. Also read: No chance of SSC question papers leaking: Dipu Moni.
Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni on Sunday said stern action will be taken is anyone is found involved in spreading rumours over SSC question papers. “There is no scope of question leak in the this year’s SSC and equivalent exams, but rumours might spread and those will face tough punishment who will be found involved in spreading rumours,” she said while talking to reporters after visiting Badda High School center in the capital on the first of the SSC and equivalent examinations. Also Read: No chance of SSC question papers leaking: Dipu Moni Deputy Education Minister Mohibul Hasan Chowdhury Naoufel , Secretary to the Department of Secondary and Higher Education (DSHE) Soleman Khan, Directorate General of DSHE Nehal Ahmed and Dhaka Education Board Chairman Prof. Tapan Kumar, among others, were also present there. Social media platforms are being monitored round the clock to prevent spread of rumours, said Dipu Moni adding that action are being taken instantly if any attempt is made to spread rumours. Replying to a question over the next year’s SSC exam schedule, she said efforts are there to hold the next year’s exams ahead but it will be done taking opinion from teachers across the country. The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent exams for 2023 began on Sunday across Bangladesh. Also Read: Single admission test for universities from next year: Dipu Moni SSC exams began at 10 am with Bangla 1st Paper. According to the Ministry of Education, a total of 20,72,163 candidates are sitting for this year’s SSC and equivalent exams.
SSC examination on four subjects under the Dinajpur Education Board has been postponed due to unavoidable circumstances. Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board, Dinajpur issued a notice in this regard this morning. The four subjects are: Mathematics, Physics, Agricultural Science and Chemistry. Read: SSC exams: Bangla II's MCQ component postponed under Jashore board New schedule for the exams will be announced soon. Exams on other subjects will be held as per schedule. Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent exams kicked off to a smooth start in Bangladesh last Thursday. Read SSC: Postponed Bangla II MCQ exam under Jashore board on Sept 30 The exams began at 11 am instead of 10 am, considering the usual traffic jams during peak hours.
All coaching centres across the country will remain closed from September 12 to October 2, ahead of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent exams, Education Minister Dipu Moni said today (September 5, 2022). According to the schedule, SSC and equivalent exams will start from September 15 and will end on October 18. Nationwide, SSC exams will start from 11am, instead of 10am, considering traffic congestion, she said at a meeting of the National Monitoring and Law and Order Committee for ensuring that the exams are held smoothly. The meeting was held at Secretariat. Read:Teachers barred from tutoring students of their institutions privately: Dipu Moni This year, SSC exams will be held for two hours, instead of three, she added. Duration of the MCQ part of the exam will be 20 minutes while the written part will be held for 1 hour and 40 minutes. All examinees have been requested to enter the exam halls 30 minutes before the exams start, and no one except the exam secretary will be allowed to carry mobile phones. Some 20,21,868 students are expected to take SSC and equivalent exams this session while last year the number was 22,43,254. The number of candidates has decreased by 2,21,386. Read:Religious studies not excluded from new curriculum: Dipu Moni About 15,99,711 candidates will sit for the SSC exams under nine general education boards, 2,68,495 for Dakhil exams under Madrasa Education Board and 1,53,662 for vocational exams under Bangladesh Technical Education Board this year, the minister said. Some 3,790 centers are set for SSC exams across the country. SSC and equivalent exams were scheduled to begin on June 19, but were postponed due to the flood situation in the country on June 17. Read New schedule of SSC exams to be announced when there will be no floodwater in schools: Dipu
In all likelihood, education boards across Bangladesh will start conducting their secondary and higher secondary certificate exams from June 19 and August 22, respectively. Registered students will be able to fill up forms for SSC and HSC exams from April 13 and June 8, respectively, according to notifications issued by the Secondary and Higher Education Division of the Education Ministry. Read: 2-month ban on hilsa fishing begins Similarly, SSC and HSC tests are likely to begin from May 19 and July 14, respectively. SSC and HSC examinees will have a total of two hours to write the exams -- 20 minutes for MCQ and 1 hour and 40 minutes for CQ. For details, the SSC and HSC examinees can visit dhakaeducationboard.portal.gov.bd/SSC and dhakaeducationboard.portal.gov.bd/HSC, respectively.
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. Read: Strict action against whoever spreads rumours of question leaks: Education Minister 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.
All coaching centres across the country will remain shut from November 8 to 25 ahead of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations, said Education Minister Dipu Moni on Wednesday. SSC and equivalent examinations for the academic session 2020-21 will begin on November 14, Dipu Moni said at a press briefing at the secretariat. This year the SSC and the HSC examinations could not be held as per schedules due to the Covid-19 pandemic and then the government decided to hold the examinations with shortened syllabuses. Read:SSC exams to begin on Nov 14, HSC on Dec 2 The examinations will be held with short syllabuses on three elective subjects on a group basis. According to the schedule, the SSC and its equivalent examinations will end on November 23. Some 22,27,113 students are expected to take the SSC and equivalent exams this session while last year this number was 20,46,779. The number of candidates has increased by 1,79,334 with a growth rate of 8.76 per cent. About 18,00,998 candidates will sit for the SSC exam under nine general education boards, 3,01,887 for Dakhil exams under Madrasa Education Board and 1,24,228 for vocational exam under Bangladesh Technical Education Board this year, the minister said. Besides, 429 students will take part in the examination from abroad. Some 3,679 centers are set to sit for the SSC exam across the country.
The much-awaited Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and their equivalent examinations will begin on November 14 and December 2 respectively, maintaining health protocols. The Directorate of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education unveiled the schedules for the two public examinations on Monday. This year, the two public examinations could not be held as per schedules due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the government decided to hold the examinations with shortened syllabuses. Read:SSC, HSC exams either in Nov or Dec next: Education Minister The examinations will be held with short syllabuses on three elective subjects on group basis, and 24 assignments will be given for SSC students while 30 assignments for HSC students before the examinations, Education Minister Dipu Moni said in July. No assignment will be given on Bangla, English and other compulsory subjects and the 4th subjects, she said. According to the exam schedules, the SSC and its equivalent examinations will end on November 23 while that of HSC on December 30. Read: Scientific evidence to guide decision on SSC, HSC exams: Dipu Moni