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Students to be assessed based on their skills in new curriculum

Staff Reporter:

Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni on Monday said that there will be no marks-based test in the new edu-cation curriculum; rather the students will be evaluated on the basis of their skills.
“The education system of the country has gone through radical changes. The new curriculum will be ful-ly operational from the 2024 academic year. There will be no marks-based test in this system,” she said.
The minister said this while speaking at a press conference at the International Mother Language Institute in the city yesterday.
Dipu Moni said, “The guardians have become anxious after the introduction of the new curriculum. They are worried about how their children will get a job.”
Many people are also saying that the academic results won’t be useful in getting jobs for their children, she said.
“We have made this clear. That is, in the field of getting a job, one’s skills will be assessed. The recruit-ment will be made on the basis of evaluation of skills,” Dipu Moni added.
The Education Minister said that we have already started working on the process of the new recruitment system on the basis of skills.
“When the students who are studying in the new curriculum, will start entering in the job market, the recruitment system will also be in the new process. So there is nothing to worry about,” she said.
Dipu Moni said that another rumor and misinformation about the new curriculum is that students will not be able to take the admission test. “When the students of this curriculum pass the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) exam, then the admission process in the universities will also be changed.”
Mentioning there will be no sufferings at the time of admission tests in the new curriculum, the minister said, “We have formed National Testing Authority (NTA). The admission tests of all the country’s uni-versities will be conducted through the institution.”
Students will be able to pursue higher education in the subject of their choice without any difficulties, she added.

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