Don’t run after only famous schools for children’s education, PM Hasina tells guardians

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday requested the guardians to alter the mindset that their youngsters would get no training until they research in just a few reputed colleges.

“There are a handful of well-known colleges. However many people suppose that there could be no dignity, whereas some others suppose that there could be no training until their youngsters can research in these colleges. This mentality must be modified,” she stated.

The premier stated this whereas receiving the outcome abstract of this yr’s Secondary Faculty Certificates (SSC) and equal examinations at her workplace right here within the metropolis.

Schooling Minister  Dipu Moni handed over the abstract of the examination outcomes and associated statistics to the prime minister.

Schooling Minister Dr Dipu Moni handing over the summarized outcomes to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Focus Bangla

Sheikh Hasina stated many famous dignitaries together with erudite individuals, scientists, civil service officers and leaders within the nation got here out from district colleges. So, such colleges shouldn’t be uncared for, she added.

“It’s straightforward for the great colleges to get good outcomes by coping with good college students,” she stated.

She stated the credit score ought to go to these (lecturers or and colleges) who could make their mediocre college students certified. “They need to be given assist and rewarded,” she added.

The prime minister burdened the necessity for paying consideration in order that the scholars can get correct training in each college.

This yr, greater than 20 lakh college students took half in SSC and equal examinations below 11 boards, together with madrasa (Dakhil) and Technical Schooling.

Of them, 15.99 lakh had been from 9 normal training boards, 2.68 below the Madrasa Schooling Board, and 1.53 lakh below the Technical Schooling Board. SSC and equal examinations started throughout the nation on September 15.

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