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3 November, 2019 00:00 00 AM
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Detectives alert against question leak rumour, says Dipu Moni

JSC, JDC exams begin
UNB, Dhaka

Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni has expressed hope that there will be no question paper leak during this year's junior school certificate (JSC) and equivalent examinations. According to her, the gangs who spread question leak rumours are now under the radar of the intelligence agencies. "Earlier, we saw some frauds pocketed money spreading rumours over question paper leak through the Facebook. Now intelligence agencies have brought them under their surveillance," she said. The minister came up with the observations yesterday while talking to the journalists after visiting the JSC and JDC examinations centre at Zinzira PM Pilot High School and College in Keraniganj upazila.

“We’ve visited exam centres before the start of the exams. Visiting centres during the examination causes interruption to examinees,” she observed. Dipu Moni urged the parents to send their children to the examination centres with good preparation. “If you resort to unfair means to ensure your children do good results, then it’ll ruin their future.”

Deputy Minister for Education Mohibul Hasan Chowdhury Nowfel, Senior Secretary to Secondary and Higher Secondary Division Md Sohrab Hossain, Director General of Secondary and Higher Education Directorate Prof Dr Sayed Golam Faruk, Dhaka Educational Board Chairman Md Ziaul Haque, and Executive Magistrate & Assistant Commissioner (Land, Keraniganj Circle) Kamrul Hasan Sohel were, among others, present.

Meanwhile, JSC and the Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations began across the country yesterday morning. This year, 2,661,682 students are participating in the examinations. The education minister last week said that all coaching centres would remain closed from October 25 to November 15 during the entire length of the examinations. She said the results of JSC and JDC examinations will be published under the Cumulative Grade Points Average (CGPA) 4 scale from next year.

The minister said this while talking to reporters after the national monitoring and law and order committee’s meeting on JSC, JDC exams at the International Mother Language Institute in the capital. She also directed all concerned to stay careful so that none can spread any rumour on social media over question leak.

 

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