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Published: 16:58, 23 November 2020   Update: 16:59, 23 November 2020
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The government has decided to promote all the students of government primary schools to the next class without examination. The teachers of the school will evaluate their own students and promote them to the next class.

Letter in this regard has been sent to the Department of Primary Education (DPE), mentioning the Minister of State for Primary and Mass Education Md. Zakir Hossain said the assessment work will start from tomorrow (Tuesday) in the presence of students in the school.

State Minister for Education Zakir Hossain said that the primary school teachers have been asked to evaluate the students of their respective classes and take them to the next class. From first to 3rd class will be taken in the next class without assessment. Those who will be promoted in the 4th and 5th class will be promoted to the next class through evaluation.

He added that regular classes of primary students are being broadcast on Sangsad Television and Radio. Many teachers go to their students' homes and do their homework. Many are communicating with the students through telephone and helping them to continue their studies. Based on these, it will be taken in 4th-5th class through evaluation.

According to the relevant sources, teachers have been trained on how to evaluate, the evaluation work will start in government primary schools from Tuesday. And it has been asked to complete the work by January 1. However, in this case, the teachers have been asked to pay special attention to these students.

He said if the Corona situation is somewhat normal, if we can start teaching classes in schools from January, there are plans to teach a syllabus that has lagged behind for the last six months. For this, a one to one and a half-month-old syllabus will be taught along with the new syllabus.