Dipu Moni: Maintain health protocols so that HSC exams are not disrupted
The minister expressed his displeasure that many people do not wear masks
Education Minister Dipu Moni urged everyone to maintain health protocols so that the upper secondary school certificate (HSC) exams can run without any interruptions.
“Concerns are growing as the new variant of the coronavirus, ‘Omicron’, has been identified. It’s more contagious. We have to be very careful, ”she told a Chandpur Press Club press conference on Tuesday night.
The minister, however, expressed his dissatisfaction that many people do not wear masks. “We need to follow hygiene rules and avoid public gatherings to contain the spread of the virus so that we don’t have to postpone HSC exams. “
“The HSC exams are due to start on Thursday, which is very important in a student’s academic life,” the minister added.
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This year, the SSC and HSC exams could not take place on schedule due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and then the government decided to organize the exams with shortened schedules.
According to the schedule, the HSC and its equivalent exams will end on December 30.
Last year’s HSC applicants were assessed based on the results of the students’ JSC and SSC exams, a decision that received mixed reviews.