Still more than two and a half lakh students could not get admission in school. According to Central Lottery, this situation has stood at the end of admission. The Department of Secondary and Higher Education says there is no shortage of seats in the school. Those students who could not get admission can directly take admission in the schools where the seats are vacant.
Vikarunnisa Noon School has 1 thousand 621 seats. 20,000 students applied to this school in central lottery. Many have applied only to this school and have yet to get admission.
Anwar Kabir Bhuiyan, a member of Vikarunnisa Noon School and College, told Pulak Independent Television, ‘We are under a lot of pressure. Many students have only taken the form of Vikarunnisa Noon School and College and they are disappointed. We have been able to give only 15 percent seats in sister’s quota.
On November 18, the lottery was held for classes I to IX in public and private schools. 3 lakh 5 thousand students got admission in it. 3 lakhs are waiting.
Parents say, they are passing the day through a lot of uncertainty. Many people do not understand where to admit their children. If all schools had the same standards, this problem would have been reduced. If not in one school, I would not have to think twice about getting admission in another school.
According to the Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education, there are 10 lakh 60 thousand nine seats from first to ninth class. But everyone wants to get admission in certain schools. Hence this crisis. Students can get direct admission in schools where seats are vacant.
Director General of the Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education Professor Nehal Ahmed said that there are enough vacant seats in the schools. Students who did not get admission in the lottery can directly take admission in schools with vacant seats.
The new academic year classes will start from January 1.