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Primary, Ebtedayee exams begin today

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Staff Reporter :
Primary and its equivalent Ebtedayee education completion examination will begin across the country on Sunday.
According to primary and mass education ministry, there are 25,53,267 students from the primary education and 3,50,371 from Ebtedayee madrassa are expected to attend in the examinations this year.Examinations will start at 10:30 am and end at 1:00 pm every day at 7,458 centres across the country. There are also twelve centres abroad.
Ministry also said that extra 30 minutes would be given to children with special needs.
On the first day, both general and madrassa students will take English examination and Bangla on November 18. Bangladesh and Global Studies on November 19 and Mathematics on November 24.
PECE examinees will take Science on November 20 and Religion on November 21 while madrassa students will take Arabic on November 20 and Quran Majid and Tajweed on November 21.
The examinations will end on November 24.

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