Students Failed In Test Exam Cannot Sit For Public Exams: ACC
Understudies won't be permitted to sit for SSC, HSC examinations without clearing tests held by their own establishments, prescribes Anti-corruption Commission of Bangladesh.
The training service issued a request to change the past framework on August 2 a year ago. With this choice, the service has backtracked from its past request on the issue.
On March 1 a year ago, the service said that the instructive foundations must orchestrate legitimate test examinations, however understudies with 70 percent participation must be permitted to show up out in the open exams regardless of the fact that they neglected to clear the tests.
The mandate marked by Education Secretary Nazrul Islam Khan made antagonistic response among understudies, educators, folks and different partners, said the most recent request marked by Assistant Secretary Asim Kumar Karmakar.
"It is not alluring at all that understudies, who neglect to breeze through the test examination held by school, universities and madrasas, will be permitted to sit for general society examinations", peruses most recent request. It said that support of "unfit" understudies in broad daylight exams would leave an 'antagonistic effect' on consistent understudies. On the off chance that understudies, who neglect to finish test examination however have 70 percent participation, are permitted to show up in people in general examinations, it would leave an 'adverse effect' on the aftereffects of the examinations, said the most recent request by the Ministry.
It, be that as it may, said organizations could permit an understudy to sit for the examinations in the event that he or she can't clear the tests for reasons like disease, normal cataclysm and mischances considering scholarly records. A force battle between the Minister and Secretary got to be evident after the complexities emerged over confirmation in schools. Priest Nahid has then issued a mandate saying service authorities can't issue any request without his gesture.