No MCQ in PEC exams this year: Minister

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The government has decided to scrap Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) in Primary Education Completion (PEC) Examination from this year.

Primary and Mass Education Minister Mostafizur Rahman made the announcement while replying to a journalist’s query at a press briefing at the Secretariat here on Tuesday.

Students sitting for their Primary School Certificate (PSC) and Ebtedayee Examinations.

Responding to another question, he said three or four months is no matter. “The PEC examination will be held in November. Any revolution can be possible in one or two months. So, there will be no problem.”

The students are taught according to the syllabus, so the question will be made from it, he added.

Primary and Mass Education Minister Mostafizur Rahman made the announcement while replying to a journalists at Ministry.

The minister also said that successes were achieved by following new techniques to prevent question paper leak during the ongoing Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) examinations.

Earlier, the minister announced the result of scholarships in the Primary Terminal Examinations 2017.

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