Decision regarding SSC based on the situation

Cyclone Mokha: Decision regarding SSC situation

SSC exam being held (file photo)

No decision has been taken yet to postpone or postpone the ongoing SSC and equivalent exams due to strong cyclone ‘Mokha’. However, the Inter Education Board is monitoring the situation. Dhaka Education Board Chairman and Inter Education Board Coordinator Professor Tapan Kumar Sarkar said that measures will be taken according to the situation.

Today Thursday (May 11) afternoon, he told reporters that many parents-students want to know whether the ongoing SSC examination will be postponed or not due to cyclone Mokha. In fact, no decision has been taken yet. But we are monitoring the situation. Further decision will be taken after understanding the situation.

If the situation worsens, whether the examination will be postponed only in the coastal region or the entire country, the board chairman said, this will also be decided after looking at the situation.

Board sources said that earlier during public examinations all examinations were suspended centrally during such calamities. Later the postponed exam is conducted in the new schedule.

In the morning, the notification of the Directorate of Meteorology informed that at 6 in the morning, 1295 km from the Chittagong seaport. In the south-southwest, the cyclone was located 1220 km south-southwest of Cox’s Bazar seaport, 1265 km south-southwest of Mongla seaport and 1225 km south-southwest of Payra seaport. It may become more concentrated and move north-northwest till Friday morning and then change direction gradually to north-northeast.

According to the Meteorological Department, the maximum sustained wind speed within 54 km of the cyclone center is 62 km per hour. Which is increasing up to 88 km in the form of gusts or gusts. The sea is rough in the vicinity of the cyclone center.

Chittagong, Cox’s Bazar, Mongla and Payra sea ports have been asked to show remote warning signal number 2. Besides, all fishing boats and trawlers operating in North Bay of Bengal and deep sea have been asked to move cautiously from near the coast. Also they are told not to wander in the deep sea.

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