Wednesday, 10 Aug, 2022

Education

Seat plan published for 44th BCS preliminary exam on May 27 

Bangladesh Public Service Commission (BPSC) has published the seat plan for holding the preliminary test for the 44th Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS)-2021 on May 27. The test will be held simultaneously in centers of eight divisional cities-- Dhaka, Chattogram, Rajshahi, Barishal,

Student dies after falling from varsity building in Dhaka

A student of the University of Asia Pacific died after falling from the university building on Dhaka's Green Road on Thursday morning. Imam Hossain (23), a third-year student of Computer Science and Engineering fell from the building around 8:00am.  Imran, son of Aktar

State, ACC oppose bail petition of NSU trustee members

The High Court on Wednesday questioned the purpose of buying hundreds of bighas of land in different places by the members of Board of Trustees of North South University (NSU). A division bench of Justice Md Nazrul Islam Talukder and Justice Kazi Md Ejarul Haque Akondo came up with the

Primary teacher recruitment test rescheduled for Sylhet

The written examination for Sylhet district's primary assistant teacher recruitment -2020 has been rescheduled. The public relations officer of the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education, Mahbubur Rahman Tuhin said that the recruitment test has been postponed due to flood. The

IUB, Swedish Embassy organize  roundtable on Stockholm+50 Conference

The International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD) of Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB) and the Embassy of Sweden, Dhaka jointly organized a roundtable on Tuesday, May 17, 2022 in the build up to the Stockholm+50 Conference to be held in Stockholm, Sweden in the

The ULAB Literary Salon Launched

The Department of English and Humanities of the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh kicked off a university-based literary adda, The ULAB Literary Salon, on Saturday (May 14).  The inaugural event featured a father-daughter poet duo, both of whom are ULABians. Professor Shamsad

Human chain formed to arrest corrupt NSU trustees

A human chain was formed demanding arrest and speedy trial of North South University (NSU) Board of Trustee chairman Azim Uddin Ahmed and five others for their alleged involvement in irregularities and corruption. Protection for Legal and Human Rights Foundation staged the human chain

Dhaka College students directed not to create chaos 

The Dhaka College authorities have instructed the students to refrain from creating chaos in their movement. In this regard, an order signed by Acting Principal of the college ATM Mainul Hossain was uploaded on the college's verified Facebook page. According to the notice,

Daily Sun Editor Enamul Hoque Chowdhury made World University syndicate member

The Daily Sun Editor Enamul Hoque Chowdhury has been made the new Syndicate Member and the Academic Council Member of World University of Bangladesh (WUB), a prestigious private university in Dhaka. The Board of Trustees of the World University of Bangladesh has nominated Enamul Hoque

First-ever STS simulation course begins at Marine Academy

A two-day 'STS Simulation Training Course' began for the first time of the country's history at Bangladesh Marine Academy at Anwara upazila in Chattogram on Wednesday. Country's largest business conglomerate Bashundhara Group and EXMAR (Belgium) jointly organised the

SSC exams-2022 routine published

The routine for Secondary School Certificate (SSC) -2022 has been published. SM Amirul Islam, convener of the Bangladesh Inter-Education Board Controller Sub-Committee and controller of examinations of the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Dhaka, issued a release in this

Bashundhara Group stands by 11 students who got chance in medical colleges

Bashundhara Group, the largest business conglomerate in the country, has provided assistance to 11 meritorious students who got the opportunity to get enrolled at medical colleges this year.  Shuvasangha, a social organisation of Kaler Kantho, has given the assistance to 11

Dhaka College postpones Tuesday's classes, exams after clashes

Dhaka College authorities postponed all classes and examinations of higher secondary, honours and masters students for Tuesday following violent midnight clashes between the college students and New Market traders. The decision was informed in a notice on the college's website and

Arin Sharma gets lifetime scholarship from Bashundhara Group

A fourth-grader, Arin Sharma, has won lifetime scholarship from Bashundhara Food and Beverage Industries Limited (BFBIL). Bashundhara Group Vice-Chairman Shafiat Sobhan handed over a token certificate to the 10-year-old Arin Sharma, a, at a function at Bashundhara Industrial

IUB organizes 'Laal er Katha' campaign over menstrual health

The Department of Media and Communication at Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB) organized a two-week campaign to raise awareness about menstrual health titled "Laal er Katha", meaning the story of red. The main aim of the campaign was to raise awareness about the fact

Prof Nurul Alam made JU VC

Prof Md Nurul Alam, pro-vice-chancellor of Jahangirnagar University (JU), has been temporarily appointed as the vice chancellor of the university. A notification, signed by deputy secretary of Ministry of Education Md Masum Ahmed, confirmed the appointment on Sunday. The Chancellor

ISD celebrates Pohela Boishakh with mela, kabaddi, kites, music video

International School Dhaka (ISD) has recently celebrated Pohela Boishakh, with an iconic Boishakhi Mela, having different stalls, exciting games, and many more.  The school has also brought together students, parents, faculty, and staff for a music video on the song 'Phule

2023 SSC exams to begin in April, HSC in June 

Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) examinations for 2023 will be held in April and June respectively. Besides, the exams will be held with shortened syllabuses. Education Minister Dipu Moni informed this at a press briefing held at Secretariat

Munshiganj science teacher Hriday Mondol granted bail

A Munshiganj court has granted bail to science teacher Hriday Mondol in a case filed over demeaning religion. Judge Motaharat Akter Bhuyan of the Additional District and Sessions Judge’s court issued the order on Sunday. On March 20, some tenth-grade students of Binodpur

Bangladesh believes in free and open Indo-Pacific region: Foreign Minister 

Bangladesh believes in a free and open Indo-Pacific region and an international rule-based system, and is eager to harness the potential of blue economy with support from all, said foreign minister Dr AK Abdul Momen. He made the remark in his chief guest's video message on