No SSC exam in rented house
Published: 21:56 11 September 2019 Updated: 21:57 11 September 2019
Dhaka Education Board has denied taking the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) exam in a rented house from next year. The board has urged to apply for the center only those institutions which have their own campuses.
Regarding this matter, the Dhaka Education Board has issued a notice signed by examining controller Abul Bashar on Wednesday.
The notice states that all the educational institutions' heads and all concerned under the Dhaka Education Board are being informed that the papers required for setting up of new centers and changing the centers for the SSC Examination of 2020 should be submitted to the examining regulator of the board by October 10. The application has to be applied to the institution's own pad.
For applying a new center, the fee of Tk 3,000 (refundable) and Tk 1,000 (refundable) in case of the changing center must be submitted through Sonali Bank. The fee submission receipt has to be submitted along with the application.
However, those institutes conducting educational activities in rented houses or rented buildings are prohibited from applying for new centers. The applicants must submit the filled-up form for a new center or changing any center downloaded from the website of the Dhaka Education Board.
If the proposed center is approved by the board, all the surrounding educational institutions wishing to participate in the examination should be attached to the application form along with a declaration of consent in their own pad.
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