Staff Reporter :
The authorities of schools and colleges in the country will promote the students to the next class on the basis of internal evaluation systems without auto promotion.
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25th-Sep-2020

Students to be evaluated internally to get promoted to next class

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Staff Reporter :
The authorities of schools and colleges in the country will promote the students to the next class on the basis of internal evaluation systems without auto promotion.
Prof Ziaul Haque, chairman of Dhaka Education Board confirmed the matter after meeting with chairpersons of the country's different education boards on Thursday in the capital.
He said there is no legal barrier to promoting
students. But there has to be an evaluation system. However he did not comment on the development of Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and other equivalent exams.
Prof Ziaul Haque said students of class six and seven will be promoted to the next class based on the performances in the normal class held till March 15 followed by class broadcast on Sangsad TV as well as online class.
However, if it becomes possible to reopen the educational institutions then the school authorities will take exams or otherwise conduct online class evaluation or internal assessment to promote students of class eight to nine, said the board chairman.
"Promotion is an internal decision of each educational institution and if needed, Bangladesh Examination Development Unit (BEDU) will issue additional guidance or notice," he said.
The school authorities will evaluate students of class nine based on the internal performance including online class and assessment to be promoted to class ten, Prof Ziaul Haque added.
In addition, the students of class eleven otherwise known as intermediate first year will be evaluated on the same measurements. When the institutions will reopen then schools or colleges will cover the incomplete syllabus for the class nine and eleven students, he mentioned.
He further said if the institutions face any barrier to promote students to the next class at higher secondary level then Board of Intermediate and secondary Education and The National Curriculum and Textbook Board (NCTB) will jointly issue a guideline.