Here is your latest Update and News of the PSC and PDC Exam 2020. This year, the class 5 Primary Education Completion (PSC) examination is not being held. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has agreed to this. This information was received from the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education on Tuesday afternoon. This decision was made in the coronavirus situation. No PSC Exam in this year, says the authority in the latest News.
PSC Exam News
Today, Senior Secretary of the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education, Akram Al Hossain told reporters, “We sent a summary of the PSC proposal; Consent has been obtained. Necessary steps will be taken in this regard. Earlier, the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education has proposed to cancel this year’s Primary Education Completion (PSC) and Ibtedayi Completion examinations.
Source: Daily Kaler Kantha
The summary was sent to the Prime Minister’s Office after the signatures of State Minister for Primary and Mass Education Zakir Hossain and Senior Secretary to the Ministry Akram-al-Hossain on Tuesday. Now it depends on the decision of the Prime Minister whether the PSC and ibtedayi examinations will be canceled this time.
PSC Exam 2020 Update
In this regard, Senior Secretary Akram-al-Hossain told Kaler Kanth yesterday, “A summary has been sent to the Prime Minister’s Office regarding the non-acceptance of the preliminary final examination of 2020 in the Corona situation.” The Prime Minister will take the final decision in this regard. This the update of the PSC Exam 2020.
In a nutshell, a detailed discussion was held on the fifth class examination held on August 8 at the Prime Minister’s Office under the chairmanship of the Chief Secretary to the Prime Minister. There it was decided not to take the PSC Exam 2020. After reviewing the issue comprehensively.
PSC Porikkha Hobe Ki?
PSC Primary Prathomik Somaponi Examination Porikkha will not be held this year. The education ministry authority has confirmed today it. There will be no PSC and Etedayee Examination in 2020. The students can be promoted to the sixth grade by evaluating the students through their resPSCtive educational institutions without taking the PSC examination of 2020.
If such a decision is not taken, it will not be possible to provide merit-based scholarships on the basis of final examination if PSC is not held in 2020. However, stipend activities will continue. In this situation, considering the overall situation, the approval of the Prime Minister is required not to take the PSC and Ibtedayi examination of 2020.
Class 5 Exam Kobe Hobe?
According to a summary from the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education, some countries have opened schools in compliance with strict health regulations in view of the coronavirus infection situation. Japan, South Africa and South Korea reopened schools but closed immediately due to increased infections.
According to the fifth class lesson plan, 131 working days were fixed from January 1 to November 18. In the Corona situation, 30 to 35 per cent teaching was possible till the school was declared closed. The educational institution has been closed since March 16, which has been extended till August 31. As the school will be closed for a total of 71 working days, 408 normal lessons of fifth class will not be possible.
PSC Porikkha Hobe Na
Considering the infection situation, it has not been decided to open a school in Bangladesh yet. Even if the school opens in September, parents may not send their children to school. This will create inequality between those who go to school and those who do not. Ey bosor PSC primary sompani porikkha psc examination hobe na.
According to the revised lesson plan, about 50 more working days are required to take the final exam of the fifth class. If the school does not reopen in September, the remaining working days will not be possible between November and December.
JSC JDC Exam 2020 News
According to sources, the same meeting also discussed about not taking the Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations this year news 2020. The Ministry of Education is also to send the necessary summary to the Prime Minister. Mahbub Hossain, secretary of the ministry’s secondary and higher education department, said on Monday.
“No decision has been taken yet on the JSC and JDC examinations.” The announcement will be made through the approval of the Appropriate Authority and the Appropriate Authority.