Download Revised HSC Routine 2012 Schedule – Changed due to Hartal


Download Revised HSC Routine 2012 Schedule – Changed due to Hartal

Examinations of Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and of its equivalence, which were scheduled in hartal are rescheduled in May 2012, said in a handout notice of the education ministry today, Monday, April 30, 2012.

However, the changed schedule of the examination under technical board will be informed later through print and electronic media, it said. There is no examination under madrasa board.

Around 9.26 lakh examinees are appearing in the HSC and equivalent examinations that began on April 1.

View or Download the changed & revised HSC routine 2012 (Updated April 30, 2012)


Revised HSC Exam Routine 2012 - Rescheduled Due to Hartal/Strike by BNP


Download the Revised HSC Routine 2012 (Updated April 30, 2012)

Hartal continues to frustrate HSC examinees

The opposition BNP continued its countrywide hartal in protest of the “disappearance” of Sylhet BNP leader M Ilias Ali.

The HSC examinations being hampered due to the hartal, with the authorities rescheduling the examinations for the last two weeks over and over again.

Examinees, teachers, and guardians expressed their frustration over the continued hartal and urged the opposition party not to enforce hartal anymore for the sake of students.

“Consecutive hartals have already demoralised us. I prepared well for all examination but now I have to take the preparation once again”, said Imtiaz Rahman, a HSC examinee.

Another HSC examinee, Mariam Sultana, from Lalmatia Mahila College, said it broke the concentration whenever any examination was delayed.

Nabidul Islam, a man whose daughter is sitting the HSC exam from Viqarunnisa Noon School and College, said, “We are gravely anxious if the examinations would complete. If it goes like this, we don’t know when the exams will be over and when we will get the results”.

The political parties should take the students’ academic life into consideration before announcing any such programme, he said.

Manju Ara Begum, acting principal of Viqarunnisa Noon School and College, said the ongoing hartal would definitely have a negative impact on students and examinees’ preparation.

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