Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid said today at his ministry that the government has taken proper steps to resist any kind of unfair means during Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations scheduled to begin April 3.
“All relevant organizations particularly law enforcement agencies have been asked to keep their sharp vigilances to prevent any ill-motives related to examinations,” he told a pre-exam meeting at his ministry.
Education Secretary Md Sohrab Hossain, Director General of Directorate of Secondary Education Prof Fahima Khatun, officials and representatives of different organization concerned, among others, were present there.
Nahid said tougher action will be taken against remour-mongers of question papers leakage in the examinations.
“A vested quarter spread remour of question papers leakage to undermine the government’s achievements. Our vigilance will be very strong to resist such kinds of troublemakers during public examinations,” he added.
Nahid said some dishonest people launch question paper leakage through social media to misguide examinees, which reflects negative impact on children’s minds.
“We have taken very tactful and cautious initiatives of printing and distribution process of question papers of public examinations. So, it is not possible to leak question paper,” the education minister added.