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Education

SSC exams begin in Nov, HSC in Dec: Dipu Moni

The government will hold Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examinations in November and Higher Secondary Certificate examinations in December. Education minister Dr Dipu Moni made the announcement in a virtual briefing on Thursday morning. The minister said the SSC exams will begin

Decision on SSC-HSC exams Thursday 

Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni will disclose the decision whether students will appear SSC and HSC examinations 2021 with shortened syllabuses or will get auto promotion.      Dr Dipu Moni will come up with details information on the two examinations pending for long

Reopening of schools cannot wait: UNICEF, UNESCO

UNICEF and UNESCO have called for reopening of schools saying it has been 18 months since the COVID-19 outbreak started and education for millions of children is still disrupted. "This should not go on. Schools should be the last to close and the first to reopen," UNICEF

JnU female teacher dies of dengue fever

Sayeda Nasreen Babli, an assistant professor of history department at Jagannath University (JnU), died of dengue fever at a hospital in the capital on Wednesday morning (July 7). The professor, 35, breathed her last at the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of Square Hospital this morning. She

Closure of educational institutions extended till July 31

The government has further extended the closure of all the educational institutions of Bangladesh until July 31 as the coronavirus situation keeps worsening in the country. The decision has been taken considering the overall Covid-19 situation, imposition of restrictions and safety of

Form fill-up activity of HSC exams 2021 postponed

The activity of filling up form for Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) examinations of 2021 has been postponed amid the massive surge in coronavirus infections. Prof SM Amirul Islam, controller of examinations of Dhaka Education Board, came up with this information in an urgent

DIMFF Places in WURI Ranking

ULAB's Media Studies and Journalism department organizes the Dhaka International Mobile Film Festival (DIMFF) that confirms the rank of 28th in the Entrepreneurial Spirit category of WURI, says a press release.  The University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) has entered the

Govt searching alternative way for taking SSC, HSC exams

The government is thinking how it is possible to take this year's Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC) examinations. Education Minister Dipu Moni made the statement while briefing to media after completion of a discussion meeting

ULAB Ranked in Global Top 100 Innovative Universities

The University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) has been ranked in the global top 100 innovative universities in the 2021 World's Universities with Real Impact (WURI) ranking.  ULAB’s world standing was officially cited by the WURI founding director, project leader and

Closure of educational institutions extended till June 30

The ongoing closure of the educational institutions at secondary and higher secondary level has been extended till June 30. The decision was taken as the corona situation in different parts of the country worsened, said MA Khayer, public relations officer of Education Ministry. The

Professor Imdadul Haque new JnU VC

Professor Md Imdadul Hoque of Dhaka University's botany department has been made the Vice-Chancellor (VC) of Jagannath University (JnU). President Md Abdul Hamid, also the Chancellor of the university, appointed him as JnU VC for a four-year term. The Directorate of Secondary

ULAB Webinar on Future Directions in Applied Linguistics and TESOL

The Department of English and Humanities (DEH) at the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) arranged a webinar on "Theory and Practice in Applied Linguistics and TESOL: Future Directions" on Saturday (May 29), featuring Prof. Shaila Sultana, Advisor, Center for Language

Edu institutions to reopen, if covid situation comes under control

Education Minister Dipu Moni said educational institutions would reopen on June 13, if novel coronavirus situation comes under control.  The minister was speaking at a commemorative meeting for former law minister late Abdul Matin Khasru at the National Press Club in Dhaka on

Closure of educational institutions extended till June 12

The government has further extended the ongoing closure of secondary and higher secondary educational institutions until June 12. Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni made the announcement in a virtual press briefing on Wednesday morning. However, the online education activities will

All exams of Nation University postponed

All written examinations of the National University (NU) have been postponed until further notice. NU public relations office issued a press release in this regard on Tuesday. According to the release, all the exams have been postponed due to the Covid-19 situation.  The

42nd BCS viva voce postponed

Bangladesh Public Service Commission (BPSC) has postponed the viva voce of 6,022 candidates passed in 42nd Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS) written examination to recruit physicians. The decision was taken due to the coronavirus situation in the country, said the BPSC through a notice on

Closure of all educational institutions extended till May 29

The government has yet again extended the closure of all educational institutions, now till May 29, across the country, in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. The closure of all universities was extended till May 29, said Education Ministry's Public Relations Officer MA Khair on

Public varsity exams to go online: UGC

Due to Covid-19 situation, all the public universities of the country have been asked to take their exams online from now on.   The decision came from a zoom meeting of the members of the University Grants Commission (UGC) and vice-chancellors of public universities on Thursday.

Schools must reduce fees for online-only classes: India's SC 

NEW DELHI: As the Covid-19 pandemic forced closure of schools with a shift to online classes, the Supreme Court on Monday said educational institutions must reduce fees as their running costs have come down with various facilities provided on campus remaining closed. A bench of

DU admission tests rescheduled, begin July 31

The authorities of Dhaka University (DU) have rescheduled the admission tests for the honours courses in 2020-21 session as the country's Covid-19 situation deteriorates. The decision was taken on Thursday at a meeting of the DU admission committee with Vice Chancellor Prof Md

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