Students panic as SSC question paper leaked SSC Question Paper Leak
Collected Students of other boards are worried about the question leak in Dinajpur

Students panic as SSC question paper leaked

Bangladesh Live News | @banglalivenews | 29 Sep 2022, 11:19 pm

Dhaka, September 29: In the ongoing Madhyamik School Certificate (SSC) examination, Dinajpur Education Board has created a kind of panic among the examinees due to the leakage of six subject questions.

They are participating in the exam with anxiety. Parents are also worried. However, due to the leakage of questions in one district, the concerned people of all the education boards are shaken. It has been decided to set up a special camp to distribute questions from police station lockers. From there it was decided to distribute the questions and send them to the center through tight security. As a result, even if the Central Secretary wants to, he cannot open the question packet wrapped in foil paper before the examination. It is also reported that the activities of the law enforcement agencies have been intensified.

Recently, Dinajpur Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board has leaked questions of six subjects of the ongoing SSC examination. In this, it has been decided to postpone the mathematics, physics, agriculture and chemistry exams and take them at a new time. The Ministry of Education announced that the remaining two subjects Higher Mathematics and Biology exams will be conducted at the scheduled time by printing new question papers. In connection with the question leak, six people were arrested, including the headmaster and central secretary of Nehal Uddin Pilot Girls' High School of Bhurungamari Upazila of Kurigram, Lutfar Rahman.

Under the Dinajpur Board, almost a quarter of 2 lakh students are giving the SSC exam. Their examination schedule has been disrupted due to the issue of question leakage. The students of the eight northern districts have expressed their disappointment in this incident. Many students burst into tears after hearing this news.