DHAKA: The civil society members have suggested government to use technology in appropriate way to tackle questions leak at public and job examinations.
The suggestion came in a meeting with education minister Nurul Islam Nahid at his ministry on Wednesday.
They also questioned about the existing examination system of the education boards where results are publishing by Grade Point Average (GPA).
Tens of thousands students are getting GPA-5 every year, the highest level of the result, but they do not get admission at various universities very often.
In this circumstance, they suggested to reform of the existing examinations and results system.
The civil society delegation included teachers, educationalists, economists and intellectuals.
Dr Anisuzzaman, Rasheda K Chowdhury, Dr Zafar Iqbal, Abdulla Aby Syed, MM Akash and Jahangirnagar university first women vice-chancellor Farjana Islam, among others, were present in the meeting.
BDST: 1540 HRS, JUN 11, 2014