She also warned of stern action against those spreading rumours about question paper leaks
Education Minister Dipu Moni has urged the political parties not to schedule programs amid the ongoing Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and its equivalent exams.
“During the public exams, the parties should not announce any program which will trouble the students,” she told media after inspecting the exam centre at Tejgaon Government Girls’ School in Dhaka on Monday morning.
“No institution can operate by confining its students. Those institutes, who subject the students to trouble for admit cards, will face stern action,” the minister warned.
She directed the concerned authorities to ensure that the admit cards are handed over to the students well before the upcoming exams.
She also warned of stern action against those who spread rumours about question paper leaks.
This year’s SSC and its equivalent examinations under ten education boards has begun across the country on Monday.
A total 2,047,779 students are expected to take part in the SSC and equivalent examinations.
Besides, 342 students will take part in the examination from abroad.
The exams, including those for practical subjects, are set to end on March 5.