Wednesday, 05 Oct, 2022


Govt. gives private universities 3-week ultimatum to fit in strict rules ÔÇÿEducation businessÔÇÖ ha

DHAKA: The Education Ministry gave private universities three weeks to fit in the stricter terms and conditions set by the government that ask for closing down outer campuses and stopping ‘education business’.“The universities which did not fulfill the criteria set by the government

Students boycott class to protest increased fees

DHAKA: Over a thousand students of 2009-10 session of Jagannath University Tuesday deserted classes to protest increase of semester fees.They demanded withdrawal of the fees immediately. The students of the 5th batch alleged that they had paid for two semesters while admission and now the

Students stage demo, boycott class demanding withdrawal of increased fee

DHAKA: Over a thousand students of Jagannath University Monday deserted classes and staged a demonstration demanding withdrawal of increased semester fees."More than a thousand of students of 28 departments staged a rally on the campus and declared class boycott until their demand is

CU teacher sacked for sexually abusing female student

DHAKA: Authorities of the Chittagong University Monday terminated Abdullah Al Mamun , Assistant Professor of Anthropology Department, from his job on charge of sexually abusing a female student of the same Department. The decision was taken at a syndicate meeting with Vice-chancellor Dr.

RTI should be inserted in syllabus : CIC

DHAKA: Chief Information Commissioner Muhammad Zamir Monday urged the government to include an article on right to information (RTI) in the syllabus for creating awareness among the students about it.“We’ve already submitted a proposal to the Education Minister to insert it at

ULAB launches tree plantation Campaign

DHAKA : Youth Engagement and Support (YES) Group, a student organization of University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh, on Saturday launched its "Tree Plantation Campaign" to celebrate the monsoon and make a green campus.   Under the programme, 25 saplings of herbal plants were planted at

RU now calm

RAJSHAHI:  Rajshahi University campus was calm on Sunday after a bloody factional clash of Chhatra League on Saturday that left at least 10 students injured. “The situation of the campus is now normal and regular classes and examinations are taking place,” university’s proctor

Dhaka University to go solar in phases

DHAKA: The Dhaka University authorities have announced to go solar in phases as it began with a faculty on Saturday.  Installing a solar panel at the dean’s office of the Engineering and Technology Faculty, DU Vice-Chancellor Prof AAMS Arefin Siddiqui said the university would set up

CU closed amid campus violence, residents asked to vacate dorms

CHITTAGONG: Chittagong University was declared closed till September 16 amid raging campus violence as fresh outbreaks of rioting Monday left over 100 injured.The varsity authorities also asked the male students to vacate their dormitories by 6pm while the females by 10am

ASA University students vandalize vehicles in city

DHAKA: Students of ASA University damaged a number of vehicles in the city’s Shyamoli intersection area on Saturday noon protesting the assault of fellow students by some transport workers.Hundreds of students of the university halted all the counter service buses in front of Shyamoli

CU students besiege Admin Building, lock 4 faculties

CHITTAGONG: The demonstrating students of Chittagong University Saturday laid a siege to the Administrative Building of the varsity in protest against the recent tuition-fee hike. Earlier, the protestors locked four departments of the University demanding withdrawal of punishment against

Delivery mechanism affect progress in non-formal education

DHAKA: Use 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. The government and NGOs of the country have been working in the NFE sector

Student demo at CU for withdrawing ban on campus politics

CHITTAGONG: 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.The protestors virtually violated the ban on politicking—which often turns violent at

Higher education becomes tool for business: Foreign Minister

CHITTAGONG: 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.But everybody should give emphasis on searching for truth in the light of real

Number of colleges with cent per cent pass shrinks

DHAKA: 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. However, number of colleges with ‘zero pass’ has also reduced. According to the results, cent

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

DHAKA: The results of the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations 2010 were published Thursday with a higher average pass percentage of 74.28.The success rate of students under eight education boards, the Technical Education Board and the Madrasa Education Board

HSC results on Thursday

DHAKA: Results of the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations will be published on July 15. The chairmen of the Education Boards will hand over the results to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at 9:30 am led by the Education Minister. The Education Ministry will

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

DHAKA: The West Bengal government has decided to abolish the pass-fail system up to class eight in schools in a bid to halt dropouts.At present there is no pass-fail system up to class five in schools of the West Bengal state--the students sit for examinations and all of them are promoted

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

DHAKA: 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. The detained suspect was identified as Mohammad Abdul Jalil of Gaibanda district. Tejgaon

Stop certificate business, Nahid asks private universities

DHAKA: Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid Monday warned the owners of country’s private universities’ to stop awarding certificates without teaching.The Minister was talking to journalists a day after the parliament passed the Private University Act- 2010.“All kinds of corruptions