3rd Week Class 7 Assignment Answer 2021 Now online. The government is set to start the process of giving students of classes 6 to 9 assignments from March 2021 in the absence of annual examinations. Assignments will be given to school and madrasa students every week to identify students’ learning shortcomings so that authorities can take remedial steps in those areas, said Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education (DSHE) officials.
“We are all set to start the process of giving and taking assignments from 20th March 2021,” DSHE Director General Prof Syed Md Golam Faruk said. The Department of Secondary and Higher Education has published the assignments of 6th to 9th class students in 2021 as in 2020 for the evaluation of students as all levels of educational institutions in Bangladesh are closed to prevent social infection due to the epidemic of Covid-19 or Coronavirus. PDF and web version of 1st assignment of 1st week have been given.
3rd Week Class 7 Assignment Answer 2021
He said all teachers and officials concerned will be notified about the process. “We will also upload the assignment process on our website before November 1,” he added while talking to this newspaper yesterday. The government is starting the process after Education Minister 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 to curb transmission risk amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, she added.
According to the academic calendar, their annual exams were scheduled to be held between 20 March 2021 Continue. 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 pandemic.
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২০২১ সালের মাধ্যমিক বিদ্যালয়ের ৬ষ্ঠ থেকে ৯ম শ্রেণির শিক্ষার্থীদের জন্য শ্রেণি ভিত্তিক এ্যাসাইনমেন্ট
- ৬ষ্ঠ শ্রেণির ২০২১ সালের প্রথম সপ্তাহের এ্যাসাইনমেন্ট ডাউনলোড করুন ও দেখুন;
- ৭ম শ্রেণির ২০২১ সালের ১ম সপ্তাহের এসাইনমেন্ট দেখুন ও ডাউনলোড করুন;
- ৮ম শ্রেণির ২০২১ সালের প্রথম সপ্তাহের অ্যাসাইনমেন্ট ডাউনলোড করুন;
- ৯ম শ্রেণির ২০২১ শিক্ষাবর্ষের সকল গ্রুপের প্রথম সপ্তাহের এসাইনমেন্ট ডাউনলোড করুন;
The government had already announced that the closure was extended until March 21.
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 in person, following proper health guidelines. Students can also get assignments through TV classes and on educational websites.
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.
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 tests during this assignment process. Wednesday’s announcement elicited mixed reactions from parents and educationists.
Manzoor Ahmed, professor emeritus of Brac University and the founder-director of the university’s Institute of Educational Development, said the government should provide guidelines to teachers that would enable them to properly evaluate assignments and identify shortcomings. “The government should introduce a guideline for them [teachers],” he said.
Golam Faruk said yesterday that they will also provide teachers guidelines regarding the process. According to the Bangladesh Bureau of Education and Statistics (BANBEIS), there are about 1.05 crore students in classes 6-9 across the country — around 87.32 lakh studying in schools and the rest in madrasas.
Source The Daily Star