SSC History of Bangladesh & World Civilization Question 2021 Solution MCQ PDF বাংলাদেশের এসএসসি ইতিহাস এবং বিশ্ব সভ্যতা প্রশ্ন 2021 সমাধান MCQ PDF Many candidates are confused on the first day of SSC and equivalent examinations. Although there was an instruction to conduct one and a half hour examination under 9 general boards, the time mentioned in the creative part of physics questions on the first day of SSC was 2 hours 35 minutes. However, students were given one and a half hours for the test. The education boards said, ‘The question was prepared before the examination instructions came for an hour and a half.’ So confusion over the question of time. However, whatever is written in the question, the test will be held for one and a half hours. Candidates have been instructed in this regard in all the centers. Routine was also instructed in this regard. It may be the same in the next tests. ‘
After the SSC physics exam on Sunday morning, many of the examinees told us daily that even though the creative part of the question paper mentioned 2 hours and 35 minutes, they were given the opportunity to take the exam for one and a half hours. It also creates some confusion.
‘My child’s center is Motijheel Government High School,’ said a parent of an examinee at Wills Little Flower High School in the capital. The test questions were written for two and a half hours but in reality it was one and a half hours. After receiving the question, the students were threatened if they wanted to know about it.
SSC History of Bangladesh & World Civilization Question 2021 Solution MCQ PDF
‘Since I suddenly sat for such an important public exam without pre-test and test, I was a little scared,’ the guardian added.
Attempts are made to contact the education boards to know about this.
On Sunday evening, Professor SM Amirul Islam, Controller of Examinations, Dhaka Board of Secondary and Higher Education, told our news daily, It takes about two months to print the question. We had already prepared all the preparations for the exam including printing the questions. Later it was decided to take the test for one and a half hours. This has happened before in printing the question. ‘
He added, ‘The next exam may have three hours of written time. However, whatever the question, the test will be one and a half hours. We have already asked the centers to inform the students about this before the commencement of the examination. The centers have informed the students before the start of the examination. Hon’ble Minister of Education is aware of the matter. There is no room for confusion on this issue.
A center secretary from Munshiganj said, ‘Vocational candidates in my center have been asked to write answers to three questions, time has been given 1 hour.’ Total number 15. But it was actually a 30-minute, two-hour test.
‘Being creative, it’s hard to answer three questions in an hour,’ he said. Many did not do well in the test.
On Sunday (November 14), 3,546 candidates from all over the country were absent from the first day physics examination of SSC. On this day 2 examinees and 2 room inspectors have been expelled.
It is learned that on the first day of SSC examination 84 candidates from Dhaka Board, 194 from Chittagong Board, 463 from Rajshahi Board, 162 from Barisal Board, 148 from Sylhet Board, 598 from Dinajpur Board, 608 from Comilla Board, 302 from Mymensingh Board and 161 from Jessore Board. John the examinee was absent.
Besides, one candidate from Barisal Board and one candidate from Dinajpur Board have been expelled. And two room inspectors of Barisal Board have been expelled.
Physics exams are held on Sunday. Tomorrow Monday (November 15) from 10 am to 11:30 am SSC Bangladesh History and World Civilization and from 2 pm to 3:30 pm Accounting Examination will be held.
The written examination of SSC will start from November 14 and will continue till November 23. And it has been asked to complete the practical examination of SSC by 26th November. This year, 22 lakh 26 thousand 113 candidates are expected to take part in SSC and equivalent examinations. The number of SSC and equivalent candidates has increased from last year to 1 lakh 89 thousand 334 this year.
According to the Ministry of Education, a total of 22,026,113 candidates from 29,035 schools, madrasas and technical institutes are participating in SSC and equivalent examinations in 3,069 centers this year. 16 lakh 996 students from 16 thousand 7 schools are taking part in SSC examination from 9 general boards.