Sunday, 17 Oct, 2021


Youth held over question paper leak in Satkhira

SATKHIRA: A team of Rapid Action Battalion detained a youth for his alleged involvement in question paper leak in Satkhira. The youth supplied fake question papers of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) via Facebook, senior ASP Bazlur Rashid, acting commander of Satkhira camp of

Don’t heed rumors of question leak: Dipu Moni

CHATTOGRAM:  Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni said the government had taken all necessary steps to prevent question paper leak during the upcoming Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and its equivalent examinations scheduled to start from February 3 onwards across the country. Education

67 DU students expelled for life

DHAKA: The authorities of Dhaka University on Tuesday expelled 67 students permanently for digital fraudulence in admission tests and their involvement in arms and drugs. The decision was taken in a syndicate meeting on Tuesday afternoon with Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Md. Akhtaruzzaman

Uniform entry test at public universities from next year

DHAKA: A uniform admission test will be held at all public universities in Bangladesh to enroll students from next academic year (2020-2021). The decision was taken unanimously at a meeting between the vice chancellors of public universities and University Grants Commission at the

New schedule for SSC exams published

DHAKA: Inter-Education Board Coordination Sub-Committee has published new schedule for Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and its equivalent examinations-2020.   According to new schedule, the examination will begin on February 3 and will end on February 27. However, practical test

SSC, equivalent exams rescheduled for February 3

DHAKA: Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and its equivalent examinations, scheduled to be held from February 1, will now begin on February 3 this year. Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni confirmed the matter to Banglanews on Saturday evening. “We have decided to start the exam on

Hunger Strike: 12 DU students fall sick, 4 teachers express solidarity

DHAKA: Four Dhaka University teachers have expressed solidarity with the students, who are on hunger strike since Thursday, demanding DCCs polls reschedule as January 30 coincides with Saraswati Puja. The teachers are Gobinda Mandal of Law department, Nepal Chandra Roy of Mathematics

SCC exams: Coaching centres to remain shut for 1 month

DHAKA: All coaching centres will remain shut for one month from January 25 with an aim to prevent question paper leak during SSC and its equivalent examinations, slated to begin on February 1. Education minister Dr Dipu Moni on Thursday came up with the decision after a meeting of the

NTRCA publishes 15th Teachers’ Registration final exam results

DHAKA: The Non-Government Teachers' Registration and Certification Authority (NTRCA) on Wednesday (January 15) has published final results of the 15th teachers’ registration examination-2018. According to the result, 611 from school level-2, 9063 from school and 1,456 candidates

95.50% pass PEC, 95.96% Ebtedayee 

DHAKA: The pass rate of this year’s Primary Education Completion (PEC) is 95.50 percent while 95.96 percent of students came out successfully in Ebtedayee examination.  State Minister for Primary and Mass Education Md Zakir Hossen announced the results officially in press briefing

87.90% pass JSC, JDC exams

DHAKA: The pass rate of this year’s Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations is 87.90 percent. Among them, a total 78,429 students obtained the highest grade GPA-5 which was 68,095 last year. Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni announced the

JSC, JDC, PEC, Ebtedayee results tomorrow

DHAKA: The results of Junior School Certificate (JSC), Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC), and Primary Education Completion (PEC) and its equivalent Ebtedayee examinations will be published on Tuesday (December 31). The results will be handed over to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in the

JSC, JDC, PEC, Ebtedayee results on Dec 31

DHAKA: The results of Junior School Certificate (JSC), Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC), and Primary Education Completion (PEC) and its equivalent Ebtedayee examinations will be published on December 31 (Tuesday). Officials of Ministry of Primary and Mass Education told Banglanews

Up to 3rd graders should not face exams: PM

DHAKA: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina asked the authorities concerned to find out ways for relaxing the load of exams on the primary school students so that they can get more time to play. The premier said this at the 14th Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC)

2-day long Int’l conference on STI 4.0 at Green University

DHAKA: A two-day international conference on Sustainable Technologies for Industry 4.0 (STI 2019) has begun Green University of Bangladesh (GUB). The conference began at the permanent campus of GUB at Rupganj area of Purbachal American City in the capital on Tuesday (24 December).

JnU halts new enrolment for evening courses

JAGANNATH UNIVERSITY: Jagannath University (JnU) on Thursday (Dec 12) asked all of its departments not to go for new enrolment for the evening courses. JnU Vice Chancellor Prof Mijanur Rahman confirmed the matter to Banglanews. Later, a press release was issued in this regard.

Close evening courses at all public varsities: UGC

DHAKA: The University Grants Commission (UGC) on Wednesday issued a 13-point directive, including closure of evening courses at all public universities. The UGC also directed for proper execution of vice chancellors' responsibilities, UGC's approval before opening a new

Clemon brings clean campus green campus competition

DHAKA: Clemon, one of the most popular clear beverage brand of Akij Food and Beverage Limited is launching, 'Clemon Clean Campus Green Campus Ideas Contest' at the university level, to collect fresh ideas on how to prevent environmental pollution and create awareness about

40th BCS written exams from Jan 4-8

DHAKA: The written examinations of the 40th Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS) will be held from January 4 to January 8 next year. According to a circular signed by AIM Nesar Uddin, examination controller (cadre) of the Public Service Commission (PSC) on Tuesday, detailed instructions

President expresses concern over evening courses

DHAKA: Expressing concern over the evening courses in public universities, President M Abdul Hamid said a section of teachers have turned university into a business institution disrupting its overall academic environment. He said different public universities have introduced several