Revised schedule for SSC, equivalent exams

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he government has issued a revised schedule for SSC and equivalent exams, with the written tests running from Feb 3 to Feb 27. The government deferred the exams, clearing the way for a new date of Dhaka city elections. The Election Commission has rescheduled the polls to Feb 1 from Jan 30 amid protests.

 

The tests will now start on Feb 3 instead of Feb 1. As many as 2,047,771 students will sit for the secondary school completion tests at 3,512 centres across Bangladesh, reports bdnews24.com

 

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Revised schedule for SSC, equivalent exams

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he government has issued a revised schedule for SSC and equivalent exams, with the written tests running from Feb 3 to Feb 27. The government deferred the exams, clearing the way for a new date of Dhaka city elections. The Election Commission has rescheduled the polls to Feb 1 from Jan 30 amid protests.

 

The tests will now start on Feb 3 instead of Feb 1. As many as 2,047,771 students will sit for the secondary school completion tests at 3,512 centres across Bangladesh, reports bdnews24.com

 

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