The ministry assures that there will be no negative impact on admission tests due to the evaluation system
The Secondary School Certificate (SSC), Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations are scheduled to be held this year on three elective subjects of each group and with a reduced syllabus in line with health protocols.
A press release, signed by SM Amirul Islam, exam controller of the Dhaka Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, on Monday also said that the mandatory subjects would not be assessed this year.
The mandatory subjects were evaluated in the previous JSC, JDC and equivalent examinations. No exam would be taken on the fourth or optional elective subjects, the press release added.
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The results of mandatory and optional subjects would be given based on subject mapping, to be done based on the previous JSC, JDC, SSC, and equivalent examination results.
“However, there is no opportunity to change or amend the fourth subject in the student registration card.”
The Education Ministry assured that there would be no negative impact on admission to higher education due to the evaluation system.