Assignment of Class 6-9, SSC and HSC Candidates 2022 Postponed

The Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education (DSHE) has published a separate notice for postponed running assignments for classes 6-9, SSC and HSC assignments in Bangladesh.

Assignment Postponed

According to the news, By the direction of the government of Bangladesh and the education ministry, DSHE was decided for the suspension of Assignment due to enforcement of strict lockdown. They are aiming to curb the spread of Covid-19,” confirmed DSHE Director Belal Hossain today.  

DSHE has also suspended The weekly assignments for the students indefinitely in line with the restrictions announced by the government until further notice. 

Regarding these matters, The DSHE has advised the All-Regional Officer, District Education Officer, Upazilla, Thana Education Officer, and Head of the Educational Institute to take necessary measures. 

But, As for SSC and HSC candidates’ assignment process, 2021 will continue by following the health rules and guidelines. 

As the Directorate has said, the SSC Examine and HSC Examine 2021 Batch has little time for the assignment work. So, We will continue with the Assignment. 

The government wants to hold the SSC and its equivalent examinations in the second week of November. 

The HSC and its identical tests in the first week of December, Education Minister Dipu Moni said on July 15.

SSC candidates will have to submit 24 assignments in three elective subjects in 12 weeks as part of the exam. 

The HSC candidates will have to submit 30 assignments in 15 weeks. Students are required to do two assignments per week.

To be prepared on the revised syllabus provided by NCTB for SSC candidates, the distribution of assignments began on July 18. For HSC candidates, it will start on July 26.

In April, the government started giving assignments to school students and its submission in late April this year. 

The government introduced the assignment process as it closed all the educational institutions on March 17 last year, around a week after the first case Covid-19 was detected in the country. 

The closure has been extended multiple times since then. According to the latest announcement, schools and colleges will remain closed till July 31.

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