Education Minister Dipu Moni said that in the current situation, it is not possible to take the Higher Secondary (HSC) examination. Because of the large number of students here, fully public transport has to be introduced. It is not possible to maintain the distance HSC Exam. That’s why the test center has to be multiplied, even then the risk will remain. We think that it is not possible to take it in any way.
He made the remarks at a press conference at the Secretariat on Sunday (May 31) to announce the results of SSC and equivalent examinations.
“We have completed all the preparations for the HSC exams,” he said. But it is not possible to take the test due to Corona situation. That is why we cannot take the HSC exam until the situation is favorable. Whenever I think of a test situation that has arisen, I hope to make arrangements for the test within two weeks.
“Educational institutions are closed and if it is closed for a long time, we have taken a number of steps to ensure that students do not lag behind and their educational life is not severely disrupted,” he said. When it is opened, we will try our best to find a way to compensate for the loss.
Earlier on Sunday morning, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina officially announced the results of the secondary school through a video conference from Ganobhaban.
This year, the average pass rate of all general education boards and madrasa and technical education boards together is 72.6 percent. Last year, the average pass rate was 72.20 percent. And this time 1 lakh 35 thousand 696 people got GPA-5 all over the country. 1 lakh 5 thousand 594 people got GPA-5 in 2019.
20 lakh 40 thousand 26 students have taken part in the SSC and equivalent examinations held from 3 to 26 February. Of these, 18 lakh 90 thousand 523 students or 82.6 percent of students have passed.