Sunday’s SSC decision after understanding the cyclone situation

As a cyclone has formed in the sea during the ongoing SSC and equivalent examinations, the authorities say that the decision regarding the examination will be taken after understanding the nature of the storm and the overall situation.

On Thursday (May 11) morning, Cyclone Mokha was located approximately 1,200 kilometers from the Bangladesh coast in the Southeast Bay of Bengal.

According to forecasters observing its movement, the storm may cross the coast between Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh and Kyaukpyu in Myanmar between the morning and afternoon of Sunday, May 14.

Due to the impact of the cyclone, the coastal districts of the country are likely to experience heavy rainfall with gale force winds. Also, coastal low-lying areas may be inundated by higher-than-normal high tides. Again due to heavy rains there is a risk of landslides and landslides.

The SSC and equivalent exams that started on April 30 across the country are now midway. There are also tests on Sunday, which is being talked about as a possible day for the cyclone to hit.

From 10 am on that day, the candidates of science department will be tested on physical science, the candidates of humanities department will be tested on history and civilization of Bangladesh and the candidates of business education department will be tested on finance and banking subjects.

And next day on Monday there are exams in Home Science (Theoretical), Agricultural Education (Theoretical), Music, Arabic, Sanskrit, Pali, Physical Education and Sports and Arts and Crafts.

If the forecast is correct, the storm will affect coastal areas from Saturday night. In that case, the authorities will have to decide what will be the fate of this public exam scheduled from 10 am to 1 pm on Sunday.

President of Inter-Education Board Coordination Committee and Chairman of Dhaka Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board Professor Tapan Kumar Sarkar said, “If the situation is dire, we will take a decision considering the situation at that time. Whether we can continue the examination or not, postpone it or not, what we have to do, these are roughly prepared by us in advance, we will inform then.”

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