The educational career of 23 SSC result aspirants from Business Education of Kahaloo Government Model High School under Kahaloo upazila of Bogura have fallen in risk as they all fail in the SSC exam result published in the last Friday noon.
Such incidents have allegedly happened due to the callousness of TN Girl’s High School SSC centre authority because they did not send their practical number of ICT subject though the concerned authority denied the blame against them.
Hearing the mind-breaking and frustrating result, the victim 23 students fell into an utter despair and their guardians and school teachers burst into a huge protest triggering the protest gathering in the concerned centre area for last three days.
Victim students alleged that the callousness of the centre secretary and the headmaster of Kahaloo TN Girls’ High School Belal Uddin and other concerned persons of the SSC centre made the 23 SSC result aspirants’ life uncertain.
In the SSC exam of 2023, 108 male and female students appeared in the examination from Kahaloo Government Model High School in the centre of Tairunnessa (TN) Girls’ High School in Kahaloo of Bogura and after publishing result on Friday last, 23 students of Business Education became unsuccessful due to the occurrence.
Victim SSC aspirants Shahadat Zaman Nur, Tanvir Islam said that they took excellent preparation for the exam and gave very nice exam but the unexpected result made them the worst in the eye of the society though they got good marks in the other subjects of the exam and demanded exemplary punishment to the responsible persons.
Headmaster of Kahaloo Government Model High School Abdus Salam alleged that the centre secretary Belal Uddin did not send practical marks to the Rajshahi Education Board as board authority informed that they did not get the marks.
Centre Secretary Belal Uddin said that they sent the practical marks to board authority in time but they might make wrong and he would go the board very soon to solve the problem.
Contacted, Hazrat Ali, District Education Officer (DEO) of Bogura said that after hearing the news, he talked with the centre secretary immediately and the centre authority has been trying to solve the matter.
The responsible persons of the collapse of the result must be traced out and necessary action will be taken against them if they fail to solve the problem, added the DEO.