Addressing the guardians of the students, Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid said, “Question papers have always been leaked. We stopped it. Help us to do that. We want our children to be educated. Students are happy with the exam questions now. They sit for the exams cheerfully.”
Nahid said, “Rumors about question paper leak were spread to defame the government. There is no option to leak questions.”
The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and its equivalent examinations of 2017 began across the country at 10am today (Thursday).
This year, 17,86,613 students, including 9,10,501 boys and read more