Revised Syllabus 2021 Class Six to Nine (6-9) Updated Here. Syllabus for Class 6-9. Six-Nine Class Syllabus 2021. Class Six to Nine Brief Syllabus 2021. 6-9 Class Syllabus 2021. Assignment for Class 6-9 Student. Brief Syllabus Class VI-IX. There will be no annual exams for the students of classes 6-9. There will be no results, no grading. Education Minister Dr. Dipu Moni declared at a virtual press briefing adding that the decision was made taking the current Corona Virus COVID-19 Pandemic situation into consideration. Replying to a query she also added that schools and madrasas might not reopen next month.
More than one crore students of class 6-9 will be promoted to the next classes this year without any annual examinations, the government announced recently. NCTB preparing the brief syllabus for over 1 crore students.
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The short syllabus will be covered in 30 workdays in November and December. At the briefing, Education Minister Dr. Dipu Moni said the National Curriculum and Textbook Board (NCTB) had already prepared a brief syllabus for the class VI-IX students in schools and madrasas so that they could achieve the minimum learning outcome. Assignments would be given to the student every week to identify their learning shortcomings. “The assessment method will help to understand the weaknesses of the students and tackle them. The assessment will not have any impact on their promotion to the next classes,” she added.
Students will be able to get and submit the assignments to their teachers online or individually, following proper health guidelines. The classwork will also be handed through on TV and will be available on educational websites. Revised Syllabus 2021 for Class Six to Nine are available click the below link:
Assignments Class for 6-9 Students Start on November 01, 2020
The government set up the process to start assignment classes for the students of classes 6 to 9 from 1st November 2020 in the absence of annual examinations. The assignments will be given to school and madrasa students every week to identify students’ learning shortcomings so that authorities can take corrective steps in those areas, said Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education (DSHE) officials.
The government is starting the process after Education Minister Dr. Dipu Moni on Wednesday announced that students of classes 6-9 would be promoted to the next classes this year without any annual examinations.”There will be no annual exams for them. There will be no results, no grading “she had said during a virtual press briefing. The decision was made due to curb transmission risk in the midst of the ongoing coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, she added.
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According to the academic calendar, Six to Nine (6-9) Class annual exams were scheduled to be held between November 28 and December 10. Before the announcement, students and guardians all over the country were confused about the process of promotion to higher classes as schools and madrasas have been shut for more than seven months due to the Global Corona Virus pandemic COVID-19. The government had already announced that the closure was extended until October 31.
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Officials said the National Curriculum and Textbook Board (NCTB) had already prepared a brief syllabus for students of classes 6-9 so they can achieve the minimum learning outcomes. Students will be able to receive and submit assignments online or individually, following proper health guidelines. Students can also get assignments through TV classes and on educational websites.
NCTB and DSHE Joint Briefing
Asking about the assignments, NCTB Chairman Professor Narayan Chandra Saha said students would have to answer questions based on what they learn in a particular week. “The Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education will upload information on the assignment method on its website http://dshe.gov.bd soon he said.
“We are all set to start the process of giving and taking assignments from November 01, 2020” DSHE Director General Professor Syed Md Golam Faruk said. He added all teachers and officials concerned will be notified about the process. “We will also upload the assignment process on our website before November 01, 2020” he also added, while talking to this briefing.
DSHE Secondary Director Belal Hossain said they are working closely with NCTB on the assignments. Students would have to answer short questions, board questions, and creative questions based on what they learned in a particular week. “We will ensure that this assignment does not create any kind of pressure on students,” he said.
There are about 1.05 crore students in class VI-IX across the country, among them, about 87.32 lakh are in schools and the rest in madrasas according to the Bangladesh Bureau of Education and Statistics (BANBEIS),
According to the academic calendar, their annual exams were scheduled to be held between November 28 and December 10.
During Wednesday’s press conference, Dipu Moni said students who have been displaced due to the pandemic will be able to collect and submit assignments from nearby educational institutions. She also said no one will be allowed to take any kind of test during this assignment process.
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Recently, the government said this year’s Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent exams were canceled to curtail Covid-19 transmission. Sources also said the authorities were yet to decide on the annual tests of the primary Class One to Four 1-4 (I-V) and Class Ten 10 (X) students as well as this year’s Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and its equivalent exams.
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