Assignment activities for Secondary Level (SSC) and Higher Secondary (HSC) candidates of 2022 have been postponed. On July 24, the Department of Secondary and Higher Education (Maushi) issued an office order in this regard. Which was reported to the media on Sunday.
According to the order, the assignment activities prepared by the National Curriculum and Textbook Board (NCTB) for SSC and HSC candidates for 2022 have been running since June 14. Grade-based fourth week assignments have already been published. Due to restrictions imposed by the government to prevent Kovid-19 infection, the assignment will be suspended until further notice.
Meanwhile, the assignment of SSC and HSC candidates for 2022 has been postponed but the assignment activities of this year’s SSC candidates are still going on. It is learned that the work will be given in the second week after it is completed and submitted.
Meanwhile, on July 15, the Education Minister announced a possible schedule for this year’s SSC-HSC or equivalent examination. Dipu Moni. He said that it is planned to take SSC in the second week of November and HSC in December.
The Dhaka Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education has issued a notification in this regard after the virtual press conference of the Education Minister.
It said that considering the current emergency situation, a plan has been taken to achieve learning outcomes through assignments on 3 group-based elective subjects for students. Students will not be given any assignment of compulsory and fourth subjects.
The number of required subjects will be given through SSC or HSC or equivalent level through subject mapping of JSC or JDC or SSC or equivalent examination. In addition, there is a need to evaluate group-based issues in higher education. That is why it is important to evaluate group-based issues.
The number of coronavirus vaccine registrants in the country has crossed one crore. Till Saturday, the total number of registrants has increased to one crore 17 lakh 49 thousand 98 people.
This information has been given in a notification regarding corona vaccination signed by the Director (MIS and Line Director) of the Department of Health, Prof. Dr. Mizanur Rahman. According to the notification, 4,147 people have been vaccinated with the first dose of Pfizer. Among them 92 are males and 21 are females. With this, the total number of people receiving the first dose of Pfizer vaccine in the country has reached 50,217.
Meanwhile, 138 people received the second dose of the vaccine on Saturday. Among them 74 are males and 34 are females.
Besides, 36,057 people were vaccinated with the first dose of Modern on Saturday. Among them 22 thousand 732 males and 13 thousand 654 females. So far, three lakh 8 thousand 123 people have been vaccinated with the first dose of Modern.
On the same day, one lakh 22 thousand 964 people were vaccinated with the first dose of Synoform. Among them 63,160 are males and 49,064 are females. So far, one lakh 82 thousand 624 people have been vaccinated with the first dose of Synoform. One thousand 226 people have been vaccinated with the second dose. Among them 6 are males and 542 are females. With this, the number of vaccinators receiving the second dose of Synoform has increased to 4,547.