x

Breaking

  •  Bangladesh reports two more coronavirus cases
  •  17 Bangladeshis die from coronavirus in 24 hrs in USA
  •  BSMMU to detect Covid-19 patient in 4 hrs
  •  Coronavirus: Global death toll climbs to 47,263
  •  Deceased Sherpur worker, Chattogram woman corona test negative

Don’t pay heed to question paper leak rumors

Published : 29 Jan 2020, 19:07

Sahos Desk

Urging all not to pay heed to rumors of question paper leak, Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni on Wednesday said there will be no incident of question paper leak this year in the upcoming Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examinations like the previous year .

“The government has taken necessary steps to prevent question paper leak and all necessary preparation were taken to hold the SSC and its equivalent examinations scheduled to be held on February 3 across the country,” she said.

The Education Minister was talking to reporters after attending the course-concluding parade of the 54th batch of Bangladesh Marine Academy.

She expressed hope that this year the examinations will be held in a beautiful and copying-free environment.

It is not possible to build a developed Bangladesh with the traditional education system  and that’s why the government has a taken special measures  to promote technical education for building a society enriched with world-class knowledge and skills, she said.

State Minister for Shipping Khalid Mahmud Chowdhury, Deputy Education Minister Barrister Mohibul Hasan Chowdhury Naoufel and secretary of the Shipping Ministry Abdus Samad were present there.

Source:UNB

  • Latest
  • Most viewed