Instructions have been given to open primary schools across the country with plans to teach according to health regulations. If teaching is not possible as per the plan, it is intended to directly pass autopass or students in all primary classes.
Mohammad Akram-al-Hussain, Senior Secretary in the Ministry of Primary and Public Education, said.
খবরটি বাংলায় পড়তে নিচে চলে যান
He said that every school would be planned to reopen. The mask will make it mandatory as well as provide sanitizer. If a school has a large number of students, alternative arrangements will have to be made. However, if it is not possible to take a class assessment (class exam) this year, the decision of autopsy in all classes will be considered.
He said that if the situation is not normal, it will not be possible to open a school. It is not possible to evaluate through tests. Therefore students will have to give autopass. Students do not have to suffer losses as a result.
The annual primary and secondary examinations usually begin from the second week of November of the year and the results are announced in mid-December. However, due to the outbreak of coronavirus (Kovid-19) since last March, all plans in the field of education have changed this year. Direct educational institutions have not yet been allowed to open. Meanwhile, the PEC and JSC exams have been canceled.
According to the final policy of the Ministry of Primary and Public Education last Thursday, if the situation improves, lessons will be imparted in primary schools in October or November. The exam is scheduled for December. Schools have been instructed to prepare for teaching and examinations in compliance with health regulations.
Meanwhile, all secondary schools have been instructed to pass the JSC exam on the basis of evaluation in their respective schools. The Inter Board will soon decide on the teaching and examination of other classes.
The Chairman of the Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Professor Muhammad Ziaul Haq, said that a class assessment would be decided by the Board of Inter-Education in four to five days. Eighth grade students will be evaluated at the school and promoted to ninth grade.
On the other hand, the Ministry concerned has indicated that the final decision regarding the HHC exam will be announced soon.
Daily Bangladesh / MKA