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Students will get the certificate without examination 2020

This time the students will get the certificate without examination. Due to the Corona situation, the Department of Primary Education (DPE) is considering issuing pass certificates to students in 2020 without passing the final examination of Class V. However, this year's certificate will not have any grade or GPA number.

All educational institutions in the country have been closed since March 16 due to the ongoing Corona epidemic. In this situation, the final examination of the fifth class is not being organized this year. If it is not possible to open the educational institution by next November, the waiting certificate will be given to the registered candidates waiting for the fifth class.

Students will get the certificate without examination 2020

    Students will get the certificate

    However, those certificates will not mention any GPA or grade point. The certificate will have only passed the text. With that, students will be able to get admission in the sixth class.

    The matter has been confirmed to the media by the Director-General of the Department of Primary Education. Fasiullah.

    In this context, he said, if the Corona situation is not normal, all the registered fifth class students will be given pass certificates. Students' certificates will be sent to their respective schools to maintain continuity. It will be distributed from there.

    Dhaka, Bangladesh Global: Due to the ongoing epidemic Corona situation, the Department of Primary Education (DPE) is thinking of giving pass certificates to students without final examination of class V in 2020. However, this year's certificate will not have any grade or GPA number.

    Cabinet Secretary Khandaker Anwarul Islam said the education ministry was thinking separately about opening schools and colleges. The cabinet secretary also said that the decision has not been taken at the central level and now it has been left to the concerned ministry.

    He was responding to a question at a cabinet briefing at the Secretariat on Monday (September 14th).

    Is there any decision to open school-college and take exams? In response to this question, the Cabinet Secretary said, "I have left these to the concerned ministry in the latest circular of Corona." Because now there is no situation to give such a big embargo centrally. That's why I spoke in Germany 10-12 days ago and they are opening everything. Getting caught though. But what to do, how long can be kept off. That is why we have now passed it on to the concerned ministry.

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    The cabinet secretary said they (the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education) were thinking differently (about opening educational institutions), how to do it. Qawmi Madrasa has been opened.

    Incidentally, all educational institutions in the country have been closed since March 16 due to the Corona epidemic. The holiday has been extended till October 3. In this situation, parliamentary TV, radio, and online education activities were introduced. The Ministry of Education has also postponed the HSC examination due to the closure of educational institutions.

    Poor students get free mobile phones

    All educational institutions in the country are closed to prevent the spread of the epidemic coronavirus. In such a situation, the government has taken various steps to keep the students' education uninterrupted as well as online education activities.

    As part of this, the Upazila Nirbahi officials of Khulna district have stood by the students this time. They have distributed free mobile phones among 1,250 extremely poor students in Khulna in collaboration with two commercial organizations with private funds.

    State Minister for Primary and Mass Education Mohammad inaugurated the mobile distribution program in the conference room of Khulna Deputy Commissioner by joining online from the Secretariat at noon on Wednesday (September 18). Zakir Hossain

    Last March, the government announced the closure of all educational institutions in the country. Then online education activities are launched. But many students are not getting the opportunity to take advantage of the internet.

    DC said that due to the closure of educational institutions, the government has continued to provide online classes based on TV, YouTube, and Facebook, and finally through radio, to compensate the students for the loss of education. With more mobile phone technology, teachers are continuing to try to keep students learning. But many primary school children are being deprived of online classes as most poor families do not have mobile phones. This initiative has been taken with their thoughts in mind.

    Reveal short lesson plans for elementary

    The National Academy of Primary Education (NAP) has published a short lesson plan for primary schools. It will be effective if the school is started from next November. It is being published on the District Primary Education Office's own website.

    The revised annual lesson plan states that ensuring quality primary education for all students eligible for primary education is one of the commitments of the present education-friendly government. To implement this commitment, the government has taken various programs including the formulation of laws and rules.

    As a result, Bangladesh has made significant progress in the field of development by enrolling 100% of children in primary schools, establishing gender equality in the classroom, ensuring integrated education, and completing the primary education cycle for students.

    It is said that the Corona epidemic that spread from China in December 2019 created a crisis in Bangladesh as well as all over the world. Naturally, the epidemic has also had a negative impact on education.

    To prevent infection and save people's lives, the government announced the closure of all educational institutions in Bangladesh, including primary schools, from March 16. The holiday was extended until August 30. This unexpectedly long holiday threatens to achieve the government’s goal. The Corona crisis is hampering the education activities of about one and a half crore primary level students.

    Due to the holiday from March 16, there has been a huge shortfall in achieving the learning goals of the students. The Ministry of Primary and Mass Education has taken various steps to compensate for this loss and maintain the continuity of student learning activities.

    If the epidemic situation is normal, the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education is taking various plans to overcome this situation. As part of this, the National Academy of Primary Education has prepared a revised lesson plan. A short syllabus has been prepared with an emphasis on enabling students to acquire the required marginal qualifications based on the class and to master the important subjects related to the qualifications to be acquired in the next class.

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