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There is No JSC/JDC Exam in the New Curriculum: Education Minister

The way the JSC and JDC Exam are being conducted in the existing system, it will not be in the new curriculum. Education Minister of Bangladesh, Dr. Dipu Moni said, if the new curriculum is introduced, there will be no JSC or JDC Exam. But, there will be a new system to assessment the students. The assessment method will be determined after the commencement of the new curriculum.

The Education Minister told reporters after visiting the Motijheel Government Boys’ High School SSC Exam center on Sunday (14th November).

No JSC or JDC Exam in the New Curriculum

The Minister also added that it was not clear whether the JSC (Junior School Certificate) or JDC (Junior Dakhil Certificate) Exam would be held next year. But, if the curriculum changes officially, then there will be no JSC or JDC Exam.

She said there was no chance of leaking the question papers. But, a section is trying to spread rumors regarding question leaks. We are in a tough position against those peoples. If anyone is found who are spread the rumors, they will be severely punished.

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As per the official statement, Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, and other social media will be monitored by Bangladesh Cyber Police to prevent question paper leaks. If any Facebook, Twitter, and Other Social ID are suspected, Cyber Police will monitor and take immediate action.

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