:: Peoples Time Online ::
Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) Examinations are to begin from November 2.
A total of 2,661,682 students are supposed to take part in the examinations among whom boys and girls count 1,221,695 and 1,439,987 respectively. Girls’ number overtakes boys’ this year.
Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni ensured the information. She said: “The ministry is working to replace GPA-5 based result system by GPA-4 based result system.”
The minister also urged the guardians not to hanker after any unethical activities that may spoil the future of both the students and the nation. “If anyone is involved in such gruesome activities or dpread rumpours through social sites including Facebook, our Law and Intelligence forces will be there.”
A total of 2,982 examination centres are ready to welcome the examinees in a total of 29,262 educational institutions. Besides, a total of nine examination centres have been ready outside the country this year which are – Jeddah, Riyadh, Madina, Tripoli, Doha, Saham, Bahrain, Abudhabi and Dubai. A total of 454 examinees have registered for these foreign centres.
JSC and JDC examinations will end on 11 November and 13 November respectively for which coaching centres across the countreis were ordered to remain closed from 25 October to 13 November.