Wednesday, 28 Sep, 2022

Education

BCL Eden College unit VP injured in factional clash

Vice-president of Eden Mohila College unit of Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) Jannatul Ferdous has been injured in an attack allegedly by the followers of its president and general secretary. According to student statement, President Tamanna Jasmine Riva and General Secretary Razia

Science fair begins at Rajshahi University

Aiming at disseminating and expanding ideas related to science and technology, a two-day science fair titled "Rajshahi University (RU) Science Club National Science Fiesta- 2022" began on its campus here today (Sep 24). More than 1,500 students from different universities,

Meena Day to be observed tomorrow across the country

Meena Day will be celebrated across the country tomorrow with the theme 'Quality education amid safe and pleasant environment'. Like the previous year, the government has taken various programmes this year to celebrate the day at national level, an official handout said. On

SSC: Dinajpur board postpones 4 subjects' exams

The Dinajpur Education Board has postponed the exams of four subjects of the ongoing Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination 2022 due to the leakage of the question paper. The subjects are Mathematics, Physics, Agriculture Science and Chemistry.  Professor Md Kamrul

DU student found dead at university hall

A student of Dhaka University (DU) was found dead at Jagannath Hall of the university on Tuesday (Sep 20).   The deceased was identified as Amit Sarkar, 24, a postgraduate student of DU's Institute of Leather Engineering and Technology. According to the report, he was found

SSC exam: Jashore Board postpones MCQ test for Bangla 2nd paper 

The Jashore Education Board has postponed the Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) test of the Bangla 2nd paper subject (102) of the ongoing Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination 2022. The press note was signed by the Chairman of Jashore Board of Intermediate and Secondary

SSC, equivalent exams begin

The Secondary School Certificate and its equivalent examinations for 2022 are going to start from today (Sep 15) across the country. This year, 20, 21,868 candidates from 29,591 institutions under nine general boards, madrasha, and technical education boards will appear in SSC and

SSC, equivalent exams start tomorrow

The SSC and equivalent examination for 2022 is starting tomorrow (Sep 15) across the country.  This year, 20, 21,868 candidates from 29,591 institutions under nine general boards, madrasha, and technical education boards will appear in SSC and equivalents examinations at a total

Prof Nurul Alam made JU VC

Prof Md Nurul Alam has been appointed as the vice chancellor of Jahangirnagar University (JU) for the next four years. A notification, signed by deputy secretary of Ministry of Education Md. Mahmudul Alam, confirmed the appointment on Tuesday. According to Article 11 (1) of the

HSC, equivalent exams from Nov 6, schedule published

The schedule for this year’s Higher Secondary Certificate and equivalent exams has been published today (Sep 12). Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board released the schedule for all educational boards. As per the schedule, written HSC exams will begin on November 6

Inclusive education must be ensured, says DU VC

Dhaka University (DU) Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr.Md. Akhtaruzzaman said quality and inclusive education must be ensured with equal opportunities for all to achieve sustainable development goals by 2030. "Without ensuring quality, equitable and inclusive education for all, it

2-hour SSC exams to begin at 11am this year: Dipu Moni

The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and its equivalent examinations will begin on September 15 and continue till October 1, education minister Dipu Moni said on Monday. She also said this year, the examinations will be held for two hours instead of three hours from 11 am instead of

CU teacher killed as microbus hits bike 

A Chittagong University (CU) teacher was killed when a microbus hit his motorbike on Friday night. The deceased was identified as Aftab Hossain, 41, an assistant professor of CU's zoology department and son of Imam Hossain. Chittagong Medical College Hospital Police Box

Teachers not allowed to privately tutor own students: Dipu Moni

Education Minister Dr. Dipu Moni today (Sep 2) said teachers are not allowed to provide private tuition to the students in their own classrooms. The education minister was addressing while the inauguration of the BCB Councilor Cup T20 cricket tournament at Chandpur Stadium on Friday

2-day weekly holiday won't affect students: Dipu

Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni on Tuesday (Aug 23) said there will be no harm to the study of students if educational institutions are closed for two days a week. She said: "Two-day holiday in a week would not hamper the study of students, rather, they can get energy for study

Educational institutions to remain closed for 2 days

The government announced that the educational institutions will remain closed for two days a week. After the cabinet meeting on Monday (August 22), Cabinet Secretary Khandaker Anwarul Islam informed about the decision of the government at a press briefing. BDST: 1515 HRS, Aug

‘C’ unit cluster admission test held 

The cluster admission test of ‘C’ unit for Bachelor first year in commerce group under 22 general and science and technology universities was held today (Aug 20). The test started at 12 noon and continued till 1:00 pm in 25 centers of 19 universities across the country.

NSU holds workshop on How not to Teach: Etiquette in Teaching 

Institutional Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) at North South University (NSU) organized a workshop on “How not to Teach: Etiquette in Teaching” for the faculty members of NSU on 28th July and 11th August, 2022 respectively. The workshops were conducted school wise, in two

4th ULAB Literary Salon held

The fourth ULAB Literary Salon was held on 13 August at 5 pm at the auditorium, of the ULAB Research Building at Dhanmondi.  The event engaged the audience with a discussion on Partition and its effects, intended and unintended.  The discussion took into its ambit the

Govt mulling over extending weekly holidays at edu institutions

The government is mulling over extending the weekend at educational institutions across the country to save electricity.   Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni today said that considering the current situation of the country, the government is thinking of extending the weekend at