Distributing HSC results without tests: Parliamentary body settles 3 bills

A parliamentary body today finished three bills to distribute the aftereffects of the HSC and equal assessments by January 28. 

The bills will be put before the House. 

Laborers Party MP Fazle Hossain Badsha directed the gathering at the Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban in Dhaka without the board of trustees administrator Afsarul Amin, likewise a decision Awami League official. 

The bills are – 'Moderate and Secondary Education (Amendment) Bill, 2021', 'Bangladesh Vocational Education Board (Amendment) Bill, 2021' and 'Bangladesh Madrasah Education Board (Amendment) Bill, 2021'. 

Prior in the day, Education Minister Dipu Moni put the bills in the House and they were shipped off the parliamentary standing board of trustees on the instruction service for additional evaluation. 

The council was approached to present its reports on 'Transitional and Secondary Education (Amendment) Bill, 2021' inside one day while two days were given for 'Bangladesh Vocational Education Board (Amendment) Bill, 2021' and 'Bangladesh Madrasah Education Board (Amendment) Bill, 2021'. 

It was proposed to proclaim three laws altering 'Middle and Secondary Education Ordinance 1961', 'Bangladesh Vocational Education Board Act 2018' and 'Bangladesh Madrasah Education Board Act 2020' to distribute the aftereffects of HSC and identical competitors. 

While setting the bill, the training priest said according to the current laws, there is no arrangement to distribute the aftereffects of HSC and equal tests without holding tests. 

Since it is beyond the realm of imagination to expect to hold assessments during the Covid-19 pandemic, the revision bills were put, she added. 

The outcomes will be distributed in the wake of planning 75 percent of the SSC and 25 percent of JSC-JDC results, Dipu Moni told the media before. 

The Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and identical assessments were deferred for the current year because of Covid-19 circumstance. 

Prior on January 11, the bureau led by Prime Minister Sheik Hasina affirmed revising the Intermediate and Secondary Education Ordinance 1961, Bangladesh Vocational Education Board Act 2018 and Madrasa Education Board Act 2020 permitting the schooling sheets to distribute results without holding assessments during any emergency.