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  • Digitised Public Exams: An innovation that can solve many problems

    The government is finally considering something that could really stop the question paper leak crisis. The education secretary has reportedly hinted at using tablet computers for taking tests. In this method, a question set will be prepared randomly from a question bank 30 minutes before the test.

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    Govt to introduce new method of public exam

    The government is planning to introduce a new method of public examinations from the next year aiming to prevent the widespread question leakage across the country, says Secondary and Higher Education Division Secretary Sohrab Hossain.

  • How can the results be equitable?

    If we would like to compare apples with oranges, we need to consider their individual characteristics because the two are different in nature. Marks and grades do not bear the same meaning.

  • Govt warns against question paper leak

    As the SSC and equivalent examinations are in progress, the government has reminded all of the consequences of spreading rumour about question paper leakage and any evil attempt to leak those.

  • No extra marks to raise pass rate: Nahid

    Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid yesterday said there was no instruction from the government to give higher scores to the

  • JSC, primary terminal results Dec 31

    The results of Junior School Certificate, Junior Dakhil Certificate, primary terminal and ebtedai examinations will be published on December 31.

  • Monday’s primary, ebtedai exams to be held Nov 30

    The primary and ebtedai terminal examinations scheduled for tomorrow will be held on November 30.

  • Education calendar at sixes and sevens

    IN the ongoing political turmoil, routine public examinations have been thrown into a chaotic state. SSC exam schedules have been interrupted regularly and not a single exam was held on time.