A student was preparing for the last minute while going to the rickshaw examination hall before the Junior School Certificate (JSC) examination began this morning.
Yesterday, on the first day of Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Submission Certificate (JDC) examinations, a total of 647,6 candidates were absent and four students were expelled for unfair treatment.
Madrasa Education Board was the highest in the absence of 20,6 students who did not take the exam. On the first day, there were 1,110 people missing from Dhaka board and 1,661 candidates under Dinajpur board, the Ministry of Education said.
Out of the students, 17 were from the Madrasa Board, eight from the Barisal Board, six from Dhaka, two from Comilla and one from Dinajpur.
On the first day, JSC examiners gave Bangla first paper exam, Madrasa students or JDC examinees sat for the Quran and Tajiks. The exam will end on November 15.
Vicarunnisa Noon School students are making last-minute revisions before their exams begin. The examination for the Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Submission Certificate (JDC) eighth grade has begun across the country today.
Meanwhile, Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid yesterday warned that strict action will be taken if anyone is found to be involved in the leak.
Talking to reporters after visiting the Motijheel Government Boys ‘High School and Motijheel Government Girls’ High School Examination Center in Dhaka, she said that law enforcers were careful to prevent any such incident.
This year, there are 22.67 lakh students appearing in JSC exams under the eight general education boards and about 1.82 lakh students appearing for the JDC exams under the Madrasa Education Board.
In the year 2001, about 1,142 lakh students took the exam.
Wrong question papers
Forty-eight JSC examiners from two schools in Thakurgaon passed the first paper exam in Bangla on the wrong question paper yesterday, our correspondent informed.
Twenty-six students from Dalua High School and 20 from Dogachi Girls High School took the test at Lahiri Bohumukhi High School.
The secretary of the center and headteacher of the school, Zillur Rahman, said that six of the examiners made a mistake based on the old syllabus.
Meanwhile, the examiners alleged that they had reported the matter to two attackers, forcing them to test them with the given question.
Executive Magistrate of the center UNO Masudur Rahman said the two attackers and the central secretary were relieved of their respective test duties as per the Dyazpur Education Board’s test regulator’s consent. The board further assured the candidates that their situation would be taken into consideration.
JSC exam 2019 and JDC test begin
In 8 overseas centers, 880 students appear for the JSC and JDC exams
Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Submission Certificate (JDC) Examination has started all over Bangladesh.
The exam, which started on Thursday morning, has a total of 2,670,3,6 students.
Students from 28,67.7 educational institutions in 2,5 centers across Bangladesh took the test, UNB said.
A total of 2,26,767,343 students – 1,5,752 boys and 1,222,591 students are taking the JSC exam and 12,619 students – 9,973, 3 boys and 221,6 students. The JDC is giving the exam.
About 2,666 irregular students are also taking the JSC Examination and 1,265 are taking the JDC Exam.
The number of special students in JSC is 130,785, in JDC 30,548.
In addition, 880 students from 9 centers abroad are taking JSC and JDC exams.
The JSC exam will end on November 7 and the JDC will end on November 7.
In 2017, a total of 2,468,820 students took the JSC and JDC exams.