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HSC Exams In Sylhet’s Flood-Affected Areas To Be Held Later: Edu Minister

Education Minister Mohibul Hassan Chowdhury Nowfel. Photo: Collected

Education Minister Mohibul Hassan Chowdhury Nowfel. Photo: Collected

The HSC and its equivalent exams will be held later in those areas of Sylhet which were affected by severe flood, said Education Minister Mohibul Hassan Chowdhury Nowfel. He said this at a press briefing after a meeting of the National Monitoring and Law and Order Committee formed to hold the upcoming HSC and equivalent examinations in a fair, copying-free environment at the Secretariat on Wednesday.

Replying to a question over the public exam, "We have already been informed about the weather forecast during the HSC examination, the water level of our various rivers there. We have already completed preparations keeping in mind the movement of students.”

He said the areas where flooding is likely to spread the exams won’t be taken there initially. “We have proper preparation to take those tests later.”

“The convenience of the examinees is the most important to us. We do not want the examinees to suffer and their desired results be affected in any way,” he said.

This year, the HSC and its equivalent exams are scheduled to begin on June 30.

A total of 14,50,790 students from nine General Education Boards, Madrasha Board and Technical Board will sit for the exams from 9,463 educational institutions at 2,275 centres._UNB

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