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SSC Exam by understanding cyclone ‘Moka’ forecast situation

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Update : Thursday, May 11, 2023

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Cyclone Moka has been predicted during the ongoing secondary and equivalent examinations. The Meteorological Office has said that a cyclone may hit Bangladesh on Sunday. And there is SSC exam on the probable day of cyclone too.

Students and parents are in doubt whether the exam will be conducted in this natural calamity. There is fear and apprehension among the candidates of educational institutions in coastal areas.

However, the authorities say that the decision regarding the test will be taken after understanding the nature of the storm and the overall situation.

On Thursday (May 11) morning, Cyclone Moka was located approximately 1,200 km from the Bangladesh coast in the southeast Bay of Bengal.

According to forecasts by meteorologists monitoring its movement, the storm may cross the coast between Cox’s Bazar and Kyaukpyu in Myanmar between Sunday morning and noon.

Due to the impact of the cyclone, the coastal districts of the country are likely to experience heavy rainfall with gale force winds. Again due to heavy rains there is a risk of landslides and landslides.

From 10 am on Sunday, 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, students have no end of thinking about what will happen to this exam scheduled from 10 am to 1 pm on Sunday.

In this regard, the president of the inter-education board coordination committee and the chairman of the Dhaka Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (Maushi) board, Professor Dr. Tapan Kumar Sarkar said, if the cyclone situation is dire, we will take a decision considering the situation at that time.

He added, whether we can continue the exam, whether we can postpone it, what we have to do, these are roughly prepared by us in advance, we will inform then.

Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department has asked the country’s seaports to display remote warning signal No. 2 as the sea is rough near the center of the cyclone.

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