SSC exams begin
Published: 09:45 AM, 2 February 2019
The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations-2019 under ten education boards begins on Saturday. The exams are held under the ten education boards that will continue till February 26.
Also, the practical examinations will be held in general education boards from February 27 to March 5, Madrasah Education Board from February 28 to March 6, and Technical Education Board from February 24 to February 28.
According to Education Ministry sources, a total of 21,35,333 students from 28,682 educational institutions will appear in the exams. Of them, 10,70,441 students are male and 10,64,892 female.
A total of 17,00,102 students will participate in the SSC examination under eight general education boards. Of the students, 8,22,661 candidates are male and 8,77,441 female.
Some 3,10,172 students will appear in the Dakhil examinations while 1,25,059 students will participate in the SSC (vocational) examination.
In 2018, a total of 20,31,899 students, including 10,23,212 boys and 10,08,687 girls took part in the SSC and equivalent examinations.
A total of 434 students from eight overseas centers will appear in the SSC examinations this year.
An extra 20 minutes time will be given for students with disabilities in the SSC and the equivalent examinations while examinees with autism will be given 30 minutes. Examinees must enter the examination halls 30 minutes before the scheduled time of examination.
The government has strengthened its efforts for checking question paper leakage during the SSC and equivalent examinations.
Meanwhile, Education Minister Dipu Moni said, “Stern actions will be taken against those found involved in any irregularities including leaking question papers during the SSC examinations.”
Education Minister also said that no question papers were leaked during the public examinations last year. She also hoped that they would be able to hold SSC examination peacefully and stop question paper leakage during the public examinations.
“All departments concerned are sincerely working to root out all possible sources of question paper leakage as a vested quarter are involved with the malpractices,” she added.
The government has decided to shut down all coaching centers during the SSC and equivalent examinations.
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