Ministry of Education Recent News 2020:
Ministry of Education Recent News 2020 is Exams in SSC are five subjects, weekly leave is two days. The curriculum is changing from pre-primary to class XII. Changes are being made in the book by reducing the subject and time. Pre-primary education will be two years instead of one year. There will be no public examination before the 10th class. Whether a student will study science, humanities, or business education, it will be better to go to high school, which is now in the ninth grade.
Ministry of Education Recent News 2020 Exams in SSC are five subjects, weekly leave is two days:
The National Curriculum and Textbook Board has brought about major changes in textbooks, holidays, public examinations, and assessment methods. All new initiatives will be implemented in phases. The NCTB outline states that students will pass to the next class on the basis of ‘Continuous Assessment’ (Assessment in the Classroom) and ‘Collective Assessment’ through the annual examination. And the first public examination will be held in the tenth class according to the ‘tenth class’ syllabus.
From 2022, changes in the curriculum and examination system will be phased out in the light of this outline. The first public examination (SSC) will be held in class X. This public examination will be held only in the light of the tenth-grade syllabus. There will be no department in the tenth class. Everyone has to read 10 subjects. Five of these subjects will be SSC exams. They are Bengali, English, Mathematics, Science, and Social Science.
In addition, the remaining five subjects — life and livelihood, digital technology, well-being, religion education, and art and culture will all be continuously evaluated. At present SSC examination is held by combining the syllabus of ninth, and tenth classes. SSC examination is held in 32 working days. If the new system is effective, the SSC examination will end in five working days and public examination will be held at the end of class XI and class XII. However, the final result will be published on the basis of the combined results of class XI and XII. At present, a public examination is held at the end of the eleventh and twelfth classes. At this level, 30 percent will be evaluated through continuous assessment and 80 percent through examination.
According to the new assessment method, there will be 100% continuous assessment from pre-primary to third grade. There will be no annual examination in these classes. The new assessment system will be introduced in pre-primary, first, and second class from 2022 and 2023 in the third class.
In 4th and 5th class, 80 percent marks will be continuous assessment and the annual examination will be 30 percent marks. This test system will be introduced in the fourth class in 2024 and in the fifth class in 2025 AD. In addition, 60 percent continuous assessment and 40 percent annual examination will be conducted in the sixth to eighth class. Examinations will be held in the 6th and 7th class in 2022 and in the 8th class in 2023 in this manner.
However, this outline does not mention the JSC examination at the end of the fifth grade and at the end of the eighth grade. Member of the National Curriculum and Textbook Board (Curriculum) Professor. Mashiuzzaman said that these two examinations are not mentioned in the national education policy. The government takes it in an executive order. If the government wants, it can take the test. However, the assessment structure will be in accordance with this outline. If the government wants to take the PEC exam in the executive order, 80 percent continuous assessment and 30 percent must be taken through examination. Only then will the final result be.
The outline of the examination system states that the qualifications in the curriculum are explained in terms of knowledge, skills, attitudes, qualities, and values. Conventional examination methods, especially public examinations, mainly assess the intellectual development of the student. Therefore, it will not be possible to acquire skills, attitudes, qualities, and values along with the main objective of the curriculum i.e. knowledge of the students while maintaining the conventional public examination system. Hence the collective assessment in public examinations besides arrangements has been made for assessment during learning.
Weekly holidays are two days, open on National Day: At present, weekly holidays in educational institutions are usually one day (Friday). At their own discretion, any organization has two days off. If the new curriculum is implemented, the educational institutions will also have two days off. However, educational institutions will be kept open on Great Martyrs’ Day and International Mother Language Day, Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s Birthday, Independence and National Day, National Mourning Day, and Victory Day. In those days all students have to go to the educational institution but there will be no classes. There will be a variety of programs that will be added to the continuous evaluation.
Siddiqur Rahman, an education expert and former director of the Institute of Education and Research at Dhaka University, said the existing curriculum must be up-to-date but the Akashkusum curriculum will not be profitable. If half the teachers do not have the qualifications to implement the new curriculum, then what is the benefit of making this change? He said that what has been implemented in the previous curriculum and what has not been done should also be taken into consideration.
Pre-primary two years:
The new curriculum will have pre-primary education for a period of two years, starting with four-year-old children and lasting up to six years. Pre-primary will have two classes. One will be pre-primary first-class and pre-primary second class. Currently, five-year-olds are given one-year pre-primary education. And children over the age of six are admitted to the first class. According to the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education, a matter has already received high-level government approval.
In the new curriculum, 10 types of learning fields have been fixed from pre-primary to tenth class. These include language and communication, math and logic, life and livelihood, society and global citizenship, environment and climate, science and technology, information and fertilizer, physical and mental health and safety, values and ethics, and art and culture for pre-primary children. There will be no books, teachers will teach. Eight subjects have been selected for primary. These are
Bengali, English, Mathematics, Science, Social Sciences, Religious Education, Living Well, and Art and Culture. There will be no separate books on “being good” and “art and culture”. These will be taught by teachers, for which books will be given.
And all the students from the sixth to the tenth class will be taught 10 identical books. These are Bengali, English, Mathematics, Life and Livelihood, Science, Social Science, Digital Technology, Religious Education, Living Well, and Art and Culture. At present 12 to 14 books are taught in Madhyami. Now you have to read some identical books till the eighth grade. And branches in the ninth grade The division is. In the new curriculum, the branch will be changed to class XI.
New books from when: According to NCTB sources, first year (2022) students of pre-primary first class, first and the second class of primary and sixth and seventh class of secondary will get books made in the light of new curriculum. The following year (2023) eighth grade and in 2024 ninth-grade students will be given new curriculum books. High school books are to be given in 2026.
What is the difference between the existing and new curriculum: According to NCTB sources, the new curriculum emphasizes the qualification of students. Generally speaking, when a student acquires knowledge, skills, values, and ethics in unison, his / her qualifications are developed.
Education policy has not been fully implemented: Earlier, the government had formulated a national education policy in 2010 to determine the education system of the country. But according to that education policy, the government has not implemented important decisions for a long time, including primary education up to eighth grade. Instead, the final examination of primary education is being taken nationally ignoring the education policy. The decision to make secondary education from ninth to twelfth class has not been implemented.
The education policy was to divide the Department of Secondary and Higher Education into two separate departments, the Department of Secondary Education and the Department of Higher Education and Research, respectively. But that did not happen. However, the Madrasa has been the Department of Education. Again, the government has not been able to implement the education policy even though it is urgent. Only the draft law has been under discussion for 10 years.
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