I asked a student, in which class are you studying? Replied, he is an autopsy student. He passed high school in autopsy. In response, there was no radiance or excitement in his face. Rather, it is gray and gray in appearance. The tone of despair was quite. Seeing it fade, I asked again out of curiosity, how does this autopas look like? His answer is that those who put me in the car today may one day disqualify me from competing for a chance. Get off the auto. After getting such an answer, the student did not want to ask the third question.
There is also the opposite picture of the above incident. Pictures of GPA five holders across social media after different results of high school exams were published. Many parents are proud to post pictures of their children. Prayed for the child to everyone. Very normal phenomenon. Parents will be happy with the success of the child. And that happy outburst will happen on social media. At one time, if the child did well in the examination, the parents and the educational institutions would print the news in the form of advertisements on the pages of the newspapers and in return for the money. The day has changed. Now it doesn’t cost money to publish that news. Rather, it is possible to publish it much faster and more instantly than in a newspaper, and to many it is. And Facebook, web pages and social media have given the opportunity to that possibility. This social media has reduced the value of printing media. However, whether the test results are a source of complacency, relief or joy for the parents across Facebook, does it mean that the children can now go only after passing the GPA five in the test? After almost a year of coaching, the parents did not have to rush with the child. Pass it, don’t waste years on it. In other words, they may have wanted the children to go upstairs quickly. And it is better to get GPA five without exam. Parents in this category may only want a 5 Marka (GPA Five) result, they do not have to worry about how well the child achieved that result. Some parents, however, have headaches and remain so, especially those whose children did not do well in previous tests for any reason. It is normal for the parents of this class to have fears, troubles and frustrations about the results of the autopsy as the previous test did not give good results.
Due to Kovid-19, all educational institutions in Bangladesh have been closed for almost a year. Although everything was opened on the pretext of following the health rules, the educational institution was not opened on the pretext of health risk. It is understood that the people concerned are quite aware of the health of the students and the people concerned think that the infection may increase by the students. Although there were public roads, transport and hat bazaars during the Corona period, there was no thought of bringing the attendance of students in the educational institutions under the hygiene rules. The inability of the government as well as academics to come up with a good solution in this regard was a source of distress and frustration for the common man. Just what a guardian, there is a crack in the place of quality education in the future of Bangladesh. That crack can bring disaster in a student’s life. No one wants to agree, but it is true. Education is a continuous process and practice of personal life. A break in this process means a good shake. Much like the risk of a train crash if the nutbolt on the rail line loosens. However, it remains to be seen whether the students will be able to cope with the shock. If it were possible to create a system in which the government and those concerned have taken steps to introduce educational institutions and take board exams with more emphasis on education, there would be no possibility of unwanted cracks or risks. Many students in our country go to different countries for higher studies and it is on the basis of merit and qualification. Where merit is to be passed. In that question, I think it would be good to think a little about how much Autopass is able to reduce the risk in the life of the student. Everyone remembers that at one time there were constant strikes, political instability, instability and clashes. But then O level and A level examinations were held from night till late night. This is organized in tandem with the international education system. But it was not impossible.
One thing to note is that there used to be a movement to postpone exams. And now there is a movement to get the exams on time and move forward. How academics, civil society and the government see it. Certainly a message of something good. At least the seriousness of the real students towards education is increasing, they are feeling the urge to finish their studies on time to build life on time, that is what it means. All these but positive behavior students need to understand those concerned. In the age of modernity and technology, children are far ahead and timely in terms of thinking. They love to dream big and focus on specific times. On the one hand, when a class of young people is misguided, reckless, there is a need to consider whether these students can play a role in increasing the interest of young people in education by emphasizing such educational demands. It would have been nice to have a role.
The number of people affected by corona is less in Bangladesh. In the beginning, allegations of corruption in corona worms, tests, sanitizers, masks were rampant. Complaints have been raised about the Department of Health. At the behest of the Hon’ble Prime Minister, the government has been able to hold the throats of corruption in its hands and has been able to relieve the people of the country from the threat of a catastrophic catastrophe. At the same time, before many developed countries in the world, the people of Bangladesh have been able to get the corona vaccine. Strong will power and importance have worked behind this success. In the same way, if the government had given importance to the education system and expressed its desire to complete the higher secondary examinations in compliance with the complete hygiene norms, it is safe to say that the mental health risks of the students would have been reduced. The risk would also be reduced in access to education in developed countries on the basis of merit. Why no arrangement could be made so that the students could take the test. Or do we have to believe that modern, technological and advanced thinking people did not have the opportunity to complete all the exams, including high school? Or could not make themselves fit in terms of thinking, was not possible? We ordinary people do not want to think like that. At least on the question of education. The mismanagement of education and the loss of imperfect consciousness can be more serious than the loss of Kovid-19.
The health and development of a nation can be secured in the light of the education and standards of that nation. There is no substitute for education. Education needs to be given top priority. Development must be sustainable if the future of Bangladesh is to be taken forward in terms of good health, mind and talent. And yes, I pray that autopass is not an octopus in the life of students.
Swapna Reza: Fiction writer and columnist.
Source: Bhorer Kagoj by www.bhorerkagoj.com.
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