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03 Jun 2014   10:01:48 PM   Tuesday BdST A- A A+ Print this E-mail this

Leak-proof Questionnaire!

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Brainstorming over the matter of leak-proof question setting for public examinations is on stream, with academic offering solutions to the current syndrome that threatens to upset the country’s education system at large. Going digital is the most prominent invention coming out of the process.    
The matter came to the fore especially after this year’s Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examinations that showed the success at a new high—93 percent pass and a glut of GPA-5s.
Three major suggestions came out from discussions on the menacing problem of question leakage like wildfires ahead of exams: a. creating a pool of qualified teachers from rural areas for setting questions; b. banning teachers engaged in coaching business from getting involved in the process of question preparation and moderation; and c. digitizing the question preparation and supply to examinees.
Experts even suggested forming an examination commission for an overhaul of the outmoded system which appears to be virus-affected.     
“Education is our main wealth and so it should be saved from being ruined,” said Principal Faruq Ahmed.
According to latest information, the government’s education authorities are giving a serious thought to the digitizing option. If so, the aforementioned three suggestions could be combined for working out an effective system of examinations.
"Until the digital system is devised, experienced members of all relevant intelligence agencies of government will be used by the education ministry for a close watch on the entire process of question preparation and delivery," an official was quoted in a report as saying.                  

 

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