Letter to the editor of a newspaper stating the cause of adopting unfair means in the examination and solution to the problem
Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper stating the cause of adopting unfair means in the examination and solution to the problem.
1 April 2020
The Bangladesh Observer,
I shall be very happy if you kindly publish the following letter in your esteemed daily.
270, Elephant Road, Dhaka
Adopting Unfairmeans in the Examination
Nowadays copying in the examination has become a crucial problem in our education.
It is so widespread that conscious people are greatly alarmed at it. Copying in the exam is not a new thing. It was in the past and still it is prevalent. But now, it is very much rampant. During any kind of exam, an exam hall becomes almost a fish market full of hue and cry. So-called helpers and well-wishers gather around the campus of the exam centres and supply copying materials to the students. There are many reasons behind copying in the examination. Firstly, our education system is very defective. Secondly, the teachers do not teach the students in the classroom well. Thirdly, there are insufficient trained teachers. Fourthly, many students engage themselves in politics that is harmful to them.
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Besides, we find moral degradation is the main factor for copying in the examination. Moreover, after liberation, many schools & colleges have been set up on the political ground. These institutions do not have any academic atmosphere. So the students of these schools and colleges can not but adopt unfair means in the examination. So the people from all strata should come forward to tackle the problem jointly. To solve copying in the examination, the concerned authority has taken some preventive measures.
First of all, the Government is trying to raise public awareness through mass media. Recently the government has enforced a law that if any student is found copying in the examination hall, she/he will be expelled from the examination hall. If any invigilator is found helping any examinee, legal action will be taken against her/him. Even if outsiders are found involved in helping any examinee in copying, they will also be punished. The govt. has interchanged the examinations centres and formed invigilation teams to monitor the overall condition of the examination centres.