dd JSC-JDC Math exams rescheduled again

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JSC-JDC Math exams rescheduled again

Published: 10 Nov 2019   

Special Correspondent

The Mathematics examinations of Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) set for November 12 have been rescheduled again due to the impacts of cyclonic storm ‘Bulbul’ that hit the coastal districts on Sunday.

As per the new schedule, Tuesday’s JSC examination will now be held from 10am on November 14 while the JDC examination from 9am on November 15, said Prof Md Ziaul Haq, chairman of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board, Dhaka and Prof Kaiser Ahmed, Chairman of Madrasa Education Board.

Earlier, Saturday’s JSC and JDC examinations were rescheduled for November 12 and November 14 respectively due to the same reasons.

Besides, the cyclone 'Bulbul' forced the authorities concerned to postpone Monday’s JSC and JDC examinations. These tests will now be held on November 13 and November 16 respectively.


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