Primary teachers’ test postponed
Published: 2014-03-19 14:59:07.0 BdST Updated: 2014-03-19 14:59:07.0 BdST
Tests to recruit assistant teachers for primary schools in 17 districts have been postponed.
Earlier, the primary and mass education ministry had rescheduled it to Mar 28, instead of Mar 14 that was previously announced.
A statement issued by the ministry on Wednesday, however, did not provide any reason for the postponement.
On Dec 8 last year, the ministry cancelled the tests due to leakage of question papers.
Some 968,127 aspirants across the country took the first written test held on Nov 8, which was subsequently cancelled.
The ministry had formed a committee to probe the allegations of question leakage on Nov 12.
The decision to conduct the tests again comes following the report submitted by that committee.
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