Education Ministry places 3 proposals for HSC Dipu Moni to hold press conference tomorrow
Rumi Akter Polly of DOT
 If the coronavirus situation will be somewhat normal, the Ministry of Education wants to conduct HSC examination, reports Jagonews.
 The proposals sent to the Ministry of Education for conducting the examinations are to increase the number of centers, reduce the syllabus and marks and reduce the subject of examinations. These proposals are currently being monitored, reports UNB.
 When asked, Madrasa Education Board Chairman Professor Kaiser Ahmed told Jago News, “The meeting of the Inter-Education Coordinating Board discussed how to conduct the examination. The proposals have been made in the context of those discussions.”
The Education Minister Dr. Dipu Moni will hold an online press conference to inform the decision of Education Ministry about ongoing education situation and HSC exams tomorrow.
The Ministry of Education told that it will inform the journalists about the method of conducting the examination following the health rules based on the situation.
Meanwhile, the educational institutions across the country are likely to remain shut for more days as a favourable environment has not been created yet to reopen those. But no concrete decision has been made on the duration of the closure of educational institutions, said an official of the Education Ministry, reports The UNB.
When asked, Akram Al-Hossain, senior secretary to the Primary and Mass Education Ministry, said, “No decision was taken on the extension of holidays. The decision will be made in accordance with the suggestion of the technical committee and in consultation with the Education Ministry.”
The government announced general holidays in late March in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak and shut all educational institutions. Although the official activities were gradually restored, educational institutions have not been reopened, reports bdnews24.com.
The previously announced closure of educational institutions is scheduled to end on October 3.