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Postponed SSC exams under Dinajpur Board from Oct 10-13

Examinees demand probe into question leak, three more held

September 23, 2022 00:00:00

DINAJPUR, Sept 22 (UNB): The postponed SSC examinations on four subjects under the Dinajpur Education Board will be held from October 10 to 13.

The exams will start at 11:00 am, Professor Kamrul Islam, chairman of the Education Board told the news agency on Thursday.

The four subjects are Mathematics, Physics, Agricultural Science and Chemistry.

Dinajpur Board formulated a revised routine to facilitate the declaration of results on time as per the previous schedule, he added.

According to the routine, the postponed Mathematics exam will be held on October 10 while Agricultural Science on October 11, Physics on October 12 and Chemistry on October 13.

Exams on other subjects will be held as per schedule.

On Wednesday, SSC examinations on four subjects under the Dinajpur Education Board were postponed due to question papers leak in Kurigram's Bhurungamari upazila.

Copies of English 1st paper and 2nd paper of the ongoing SSC examinations went viral on Facebook and WhatsApp on Monday and Tuesday.

Dinajpur Board also formed a three-member probe committee headed by Professor Faraz Uddin Talukdar, college inspector of the Education Board.

Meanwhile, some SSC examinees formed a human chain in Kurigram demanding investigation in question paper leak and timely completion of their exams.

The students formed the human chain in front of Kurigram Press Club on Thursday morning.

The students also said that the question leak occurred due to utter failure of the administration and the law enforcement agencies.

They demanded for holding the postponed exam within October 1.

Meanwhile, three more people have been apprehended in Kurigram in connection with the leak of question papers from the ongoing SSC exams, police said.

The arrestees have been identified as Hamidul Islam, an assistant teacher of agricultural science, and Sohel Chowdhury, assistant teacher of Bangla, at Bhurungamari Nehal Uddin Pilot High School and a peon of the school, Sujon.

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