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Delivery mechanism affect progress in non-formal education

Delivery mechanism affect progress in non-formal education

Uses of different delivery approaches including reading materials and curricula were affecting the progress of Non-Formal Education (NFE) which may also delay Bangladesh achieving universal literacy by 2015.

Student demo at CU for withdrawing ban on campus politics

Student demo at CU for withdrawing ban on campus politics

Boycotting classes, the students of Chittagong University Tuesday staged demonstrations to demand withdrawal of the ban on campus politics, increased tuition fees and expulsion of students.

Higher education becomes tool for business: Foreign Minister

Higher education becomes tool for business: Foreign Minister

Foreign Minister Dr Dipu Moni Saturday observed that higher education has become a tool for business when everyone gets into a rate race to get a job and earn money on completion of academic career.

Number of colleges with cent per cent pass shrinks

Number of colleges with cent per cent pass shrinks

Number of colleges having cent per cent pass marks has reduced this year, just published results of the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations 2010 showed.

HSC results: 74.28 % successful, 28,671 get top grade

HSC results: 74.28 % successful, 28,671 get top grade

The results of the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations 2010...

HSC results on Thursday

HSC results on Thursday

Results of the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations will be published on July 15.

Pass-fail system up to class eight abolished in West Bengal

Pass-fail system up to class eight abolished in West Bengal

The West Bengal government has decided to abolish the pass-fail system up to class eight in schools in a bid to halt dropouts.

Question leakage: BG press staff held with Tk 28 lakh recovered

Question leakage: BG press staff held with Tk 28 lakh recovered

Police detained an employee of BG Press Monday for his alleged involvement in the leakage of question paper of the recruitment examination for Assistant Teachers of Government High Schools.

Stop certificate business, Nahid asks private universities

Stop certificate business, Nahid asks private universities

Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid Monday warned the owners of country’s private universities’ to stop awarding certificates without teaching.

JU to face shortage of teachers

JU to face shortage of teachers

Jaganaath University is going to face shortage of teachers as tenure of over 200 teachers who are working on deputation will end in October.

AD upholds HC verdict canceling 27th BCS viva

AD upholds HC verdict canceling 27th BCS viva

The Appellate Division Sunday upheld the High Court verdict canceling the first viva of the 27th BCS examinations, but took a lenient view of the candidates who could lose their already-provided jobs.

Progotishil Chhatra Jote protests DU evening shift introduction

Progotishil Chhatra Jote protests DU evening shift introduction

Progotishil Chhatra Jote on Sunday declared a three-day demonstration programme at Dhaka University protesting the authorities’ plan to introduce evening Masters course in a number of departments.

Question leakage: 2 of BG Press suspended

Question leakage: 2 of BG Press suspended

Two employees of BG Press have been suspended for their allegedly involvement in the leakage of question paper of recruitment examination of Assistant Teachers of Government High Schools, an official handout said Friday.

Probe reports on sexual harassment submitted to JU VC

Probe reports on sexual harassment submitted to JU VC

Probe reports on two incidents of sex scandals in Jahangirnagar University were submitted to the JU Vice-chancellor on Thursday evening, after reinvestigating the complaints on High Court orders.

IU closed as tension mounts following BCL factional clash

IU closed as tension mounts following BCL factional clash

Islami University was Thursday closed till July 14 as tensions boiled up following a Bangladesh Chhatra League factional clash over forming a new committee that left at least two wounded.