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Letters to the Editor
Changing education system
Published :Thursday, 24 September, 2015,  Time : 12:00 AM  View Count : 69
Sir,
The all-encompassing unrest exists in the facet of education. The questions of MBBS and Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) got leaked while publishing its results surpassing the triumph of the students of the private universities in anti-VAT agitation. The results of MBBS and BDS were published with a pass rate of 58.4 per cent. To the Health Ministry, a total of 48,448 students passed in the admission test. Here it is an irony of fate that the leak of questions shocked the hearts of the conscious people. Because this kind of incident may hamper the meritorious students who will fight for their career. However, the medical aspirants, different student organisations and BNP also irked on the question leak. We should know about the corruption in leaking the questions of any admission test as well as other arena. The persistent corrupt and colonially-conspired education, installing by the then British rulers, turned the education into the weapons of mong and made this nation a self-centred, self-seeking and corrupt population. We have been taking up this education system in course of time since the colonial period. This education system could not teach us the proper lesson of religion, national unity, humanity, genuine ideology, morality and patriotism. For these reasons immorality, lie, selfishness and corruption spearheaded in our society. Leakage in the MBBS admission test is the outcome of this education system. So, this education system should be changed drastically for ending such corruptions.
Md Yamin Khan
Shyamoli, Dhaka







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