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SSC exams will be held in June, HSC in August with more revisions to syllabus

The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Dhaka, announced the decision in a notice on Sunday.

It said the syllabi of Bangla second paper, and English first and second papers have been revised and rearranged further.

The SSC and HSC exams were held months beyond schedule in November and December last year due to the pandemic following the resumption of in-person classes. The syllabi were shortened while the tests were held on three elective subjects only.

In 2020, the SSC examinations were completed before the coronavirus cases were found in Bangladesh. Though the HSC exams were to be held in April, the pandemic forced educational institutions to close in March.

Instead of tests, the results of the HSC in 2020 were based on the student performances in Junior School Certificate and SSC exams.

Educational institutions asked to form ‘Monitoring team’

All the educational institutions of the country have been instructed to form monitoring teams who will monitor academic activities of each institution.

A press release was issued on Wednesday signed by the Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education (DSHE) Dr. Syed Md. Golam Faruk.

Each institution has been asked to form a monitoring team to supervise the institution to run its academic activities properly following the government’s health guidelines, read the release.
Earlier, a decision was taken to reopen the country’s all secondary and higher secondary educational institutions from September 12.

৮ম শ্রেণির ১১ সপ্তাহের ইংরেজি অ্যাসাইনমেন্ট উত্তর। Class 8 English assignment 11th week

আজ তোমাদের ৮ম শ্রেণির ১১ সপ্তাহের ইংরেজি অ্যাসাইনমেন্ট উত্তর দেওয়া হবে।

তোমরা যারা অষ্টম শ্রেণির শিক্ষার্থী এবং ১১ সপ্তাহের ইংরেজি এসাইনমেন্ট নমুনা উত্তর খুজছো তাদের জন্যই আজকের পোস্টটি। তোমরা এখানে ৮ম শ্রেণির ইংরেজি এসাইনমেন্ট ১১ সপ্তাহের সম্পূর্ণ উত্তর পাবে।
সাইনমেন্ট ক্রমঃ ৮ম শ্রেণি ১১ সপ্তাহের ইংরেজি এসাইনমেন্ট ৪

অধ্যায়ঃ ৩ Health and Hygiene

এসাইনমেন্ট বিষয়বস্তুঃ

Lesson 3: Hygiene

Priya lives in a village. Nowadays. she is confident in the four walls of her school! has been closed since 17 March 2020. She became scared when she came to know that a deadly virus named Corona spread all over the world and the Government of Bangladesh requested people to stay at home to stop the spread widely. To maintain personal health and hygiene, people need to eat nutritious food and take regular physical exercise, wash hands frequently and maintain social distance to be safe, however, it makes her sad seeing many people not following the safety rules.

Now, think of the existing worldwide corona pandemic situation. List 10 protective measures and make a poster to stop the spread of corona-virus disease, COVID-19.

বিষয়স্তুটির বাংলা অনুবাদঃ

প্রিয়া একটি গ্রামে থাকেন। আজকাল। তিনি চার দেওয়ালকে তার স্কুল হিসাবে আত্মবিশ্বাসী! ১ মার্চ ২০২০ সাল থেকে এটি বন্ধ রয়েছে। যখন তিনি জানতে পারেন যে করোনা নামে একটি মারাত্মক ভাইরাস সারা বিশ্বে ছড়িয়ে পড়েছে এবং বাংলাদেশ সরকার ব্যাপকভাবে ছড়িয়ে পড়া বন্ধ করার জন্য মানুষকে ঘরে থাকার অনুরোধ করেছে। ব্যক্তিগত স্বাস্থ্য এবং স্বাস্থ্যবিধি বজায় রাখার জন্য, মানুষকে পুষ্টিকর খাবার খাওয়া এবং নিয়মিত শারীরিক ব্যায়াম করা, ঘন ঘন হাত ধোয়া এবং নিরাপদ থাকার জন্য সামাজিক দূরত্ব বজায় রাখা প্রয়োজন, তবে, অনেক লোক নিরাপত্তার নিয়ম না মানা দেখে তাকে দুঃখিত করে।

এখন, বিশ্বব্যাপী বিদ্যমান করোনা মহামারী পরিস্থিতি সম্পর্কে চিন্তা করুন। করোনভাইরাস রোগ, কোভিড -১৯ এর বিস্তার বন্ধ করতে ১০ টি সুরক্ষামূলক ব্যবস্থা তালিকাভুক্ত করুন এবং একটি পোস্টার তৈরি করুন।

এসাইনমেন্ট নির্দেশনাঃ Students are asked to follow the general rules of making a poster.

এসাইনমেন্ট নির্দেশনার অনুবাদঃ শিক্ষার্থীদের পোস্টার তৈরির সাধারণ নিয়ম মেনে চলতে বলা হয়।

মূল্যায়ন রুব্রিক্সঃ Excellent:

Students will be awarded ‘Excellent’ for relevant information, appropriate content & grammar, spelling, punctuation. complete communication and creativity.

Very Good:

Students will be awarded *Very Goad’ for relevant information, appropriate content, and grammar, spelling, punctuation. —_—partial communication and creativity.


Students will be awarded ‘Good” for inadequate content, errors. in grammar, spelling & punctuation mistakes, less communication, and creativity.

Needs Improvement:

Students will be awarded ‘Needs Improvement’ for _ irrelevant information, inappropriate content, frequent grammar, spelling, and punctuation mistakes along with incomplete communication and creativity.

Closure of high schools, colleges extended till July 31

Shikkha Report ,29 July 2021:

The government has extended the closure of all secondary and higher secondary educational institutions till July 31, as a preventive measure against further spread of coronavirus.

The decision will be applicable for Ebtedayee and Qawmi madrasas across the country, according to a press release.

Based on recommendations by the advisory committee on Covid-19, the government has taken the decision considering the safety of students, teachers, employees and guardians.

3rd week Math Assignment Answer 2021

This year, you are going to end your academic session by only doing assignments. You will have no annual exam this year due to the recent pandemic. So practicing the questions on your class 8 Math assignment answer will be one of the great things to reduce the gap. There are different types of questions in your Math assignment. We have solved all the questions and uploaded the answers here. So you can easily download your Math assignment answer.

3rd week Class 8 Math Assignment Solution

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Class 8 Math Assignment Answer 2021 (7th Week) ৮ম শ্রেণির গণিত

This year, you are going to end your academic session by only doing assignments. You will have no annual exam this year due to the recent pandemic. So practicing the questions on your class 8 Math assignment answer will be one of the great things to reduce the gap. There are different types of questions in your Math assignment. We have solved all the questions and uploaded the answers here. So you can easily download your Math assignment answer.

Class 8 Math Assignment Answer 2021

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Abrar Fahad murder case: 22 accused plea to move case from speedy trial tribunal

Online Report,20 dec:
Twenty-two accused of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Buet) student Abrar Fahad murder case have filed a petition with the High Court for transferring the case from the Speedy Trial Tribunal-1 of Dhaka, apprehending that they “will not get justice” from the tribunal.

The accused, now in jail, submitted the petition recently to the HC through their lawyer expressing no confidence in the judge of the Speedy Trial Tribunal-1 Abu Zafar Md Kamruzzaman.

Their lawyer Munsurul Hoque Chowdhury told The Daily Star today that the HC will hold hearing on the petition tomorrow.

Citing the petition, he said judge of the Speedy Trial Tribunal-1 Abu Zafar Md Kamruzzaman on November 30 recorded statement of the 39th prosecution witness of the case and fixed December 3 for recording statement of the 40th witness.

On December 3, the judge of the tribunal recalled the statement earlier given by the 33rd witness (a police officer) without issuing any prior notice.

Closure of all educational institutions extended till Jan 16

Online Report,18 Dec
The ongoing closure of all educational institutions in the country have been extended again, this time till January 16, 2021. However, Qawmi Madrasa will be exempt from this directive.

The Ministry of Education issued a letter in this regard today.

The current closure of all educational institutions in the country (except Qawmi Madrasa) have been extended till January 16, 2021 for the evolving situation created due to the pandemic, the release said.

The country’s educational institutions have been closed since March 17 due to the Covid-19 outbreak.

US Embassy resumes limited student visas for Bangladeshi applicants

News Desk, bdnews24
The US Embassy will accept new appointments for the applicants for F, J and M visas from Sunday on a limited scale, it said in a notice.

The F category is for academic and language students, while the J category stands for exchange visitors and M for vocational students.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the embassy limited the number of appointments it can schedule each day and the processing time may take longer, up to six weeks, it said on Friday.

The applicants must submit their applications well ahead of their proposed travel date, the authorities suggest.

Applicants need to log in, update their profile online at www.ustraveldocs.com/bd and schedule their appointments online after paying associated visa fees.

Bangladesh will announce school reopening decision ‘shortly’

Desk,29 sep:
The government will formally announce the decision about reopening of schools and colleges, and holding exams amid the coronavirus outbreak “very soon”, Dipu Moni has said.

The education minister spoke about the plan with reporters after a programme at International Mother Language Institute in Dhaka on Tuesday.

She said she will take questions from the journalists at a news conference scheduled for Wednesday.

Dipu Moni has called the news conference to brief the public about the “overall situation” amid concerns of students and parents over the coronavirus outbreak.

She is expected to talk about whether to extend the shutdown of institutions beyond Oct 3 and when to hold the postponed HSC exams.

The educational institutions have been shut since Mar 17 when the government confirmed the first cases of COVID-19.

With the end of the year nearing, students and parents are worried how the promotions to the next classes will take place and what will happen to the lost lessons.

PEC, Ebtedayee, JSC, JDC results to be published on Tuesday

Senior Correspondent,Published: 30 Dec 2019
The results of the school certificate examinations for over 5.5 million fifth and eighth graders are set to be released on Tuesday.
The exams the fifth graders took are Primary Education Completion or PEC and Ebtedayee while the eighth graders sat Junior School Certificate or JSC and Junior Dakhil Certificate or JDC.

Education Minister Dipu Moni and State Minister for Primary and Mass Education Zakir Hossain will present copies of the results to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in the morning.

Dipu Moni and Deputy Minister of Education Mohibul Hassan Chowdoury Nowfel will highlight different aspects of the JSC and JDC results at a news conference at the Secretariat at 11:30am.

State Minister Zakir will present different facts about the PEC and Ebtedayee results at 1pm.

The results will be published after the news conferences.

‘Please take me to the hospital’ Abrar

Desk,10 oct:
A Buet student who spoke to the BBC but did not want to be named for fear of reprisals said they had seen Fahad alive at 02:00 in a room where he had been beaten.

“I saw Abrar in room 2005, he was still alive… With help from some junior students I carried Abrar downstairs. He was still alive and he was saying, ‘Please take me to the hospital quickly.'”

Another student who arrived at the scene said several students had gathered with the assistant provost of the dormitory to urge him to take action, when members of the BCL started banging on the door, attempting to gain entry.

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The death led to widespread student protests in Bangladesh
News of the death led to protests on Monday in Dhaka and other cities. Students in the capital chanted slogans and blocked roads. Protests continued on Tuesday with students at Buet demanding the death penalty for those found guilty of the killing.

Former students and members of the teaching staff also joined the demonstration on the Buet campus. The killing has shocked Bangladesh and shone a light on the culture of violence in public universities.

“This is totally unacceptable that a student will die from torture in a residential hall,” said AKM Masud, president of the Buet Teachers’ Association, according to Bangladeshi site bdnews24.com.

“Abrar Fahad’s death has proved the authorities’ complete failure to ensure the safety of students.”

SSC, equivalent examinations result Monday

desk,5 may:

The results of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations will be published across the country on Monday.

“Education minister Dr Dipu Moni will publish the results of SSC and equivalent examinations at a program to be held at International Mother Language Institute at 10am tomorrow as the chairmen of all educational boards will hand over the summary of the results to her,” public relations office of the education ministry Abul Khair told BSS.

A total of 21, 35,333 students – 10, 64, 892 girls and 10, 70, 441 boys- appeared at the SSC and equivalent examinations this year under the country’s 10 education boards.

National University postpones Sunday’s exams as Fani hits Bangladesh

Gazipur Correspondent, 04 May 2019
The National University has postponed Sunday’s exams at all the colleges under the university.

The announcement came on Saturday after cyclone Fani hit Bangladesh damaging hundreds of homes and crops on swathes of coastal and northwestern districts.

The new dates for the exams will be announced later, Acting Exam Controller Badruzzaman said.

The National University also postponed exams of Saturday after the storm lashed India.

Over 1.3 million people in the coastal districts were moved to cyclone shelters, which include educational institutions, to avoid casualties.

SSC results to be published on May 6

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