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TIB's 9-pt recommendation to stop question leaks

April 02, 2018 00:00:00

Urging the government to take measures to stop question paper leaks in the upcoming HSC examination, Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) formed on Sunday human chains all over the country presenting a nine-point recommendation for the government, reports UNB.

In association with Socheton Nagorik Committee (Sonak), Shwachchotar Jonno Nagorik (Shwajan), Youth Engagement and Support (YES) and Yes Friends Groups, TIB arranged the human chains in 45 districts of the country protesting the ongoing question paper leak menace.

Speaking at TSC at Dhaka University, Rafiqul Hasan, director of research and policy department of TIB, said the situation cannot be allowed to continue like this as it is a threat for the country's education system.

Demanding strict monitoring and identifying the people involved in leaking question papers, he said, if the situation continues like this, country's intellectual resource will come under threat.

Students who are attaining good results through getting leaked questions will not be able to build good careers while on the other hand the job market will go in the hand of foreigners.

Urging the government to work according to TIB's findings from a research conducted in 2015, they presented a nine-point recommendation.

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