Wednesday, 10 Aug, 2022


Int'l School Dhaka holds traveling art exhibition “Heroes of Our Time” 

A heartfelt tribute to the healthcare heroes!   International School Dhaka (ISD) has recently introduced a traveling art exhibition, 'Heroes of Our Time,' this time taking place at Evercare Hospital Dhaka. The exhibition features an ardent tribute to the healthcare

2-day weekly holidays in schools, colleges from 2023

All primary and secondary schools in the country will enjoy two holidays a week from the next year, said education minister Dr Dipu Moni. From the year 2023, all the educational institutions will have two days off on Friday and Saturday, she added. The minister made the remarks at a

Educational institutions to reopen February 22

Secondary, higher secondary and universities across the country will reopen on February 22, said education minister Dipu Moni on Thursday (Feb 17). She made the announcement at a press briefing at the Secretariat in the capital this morning. The minister said: “Only the

Educational institutions to reopen this month: Dipu Moni

Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni on Wednesday (Feb 16) said all educational institutions in the country will be reopened this month. Besides, the Covid-19 situation will have to be monitored so that students can continue classes following health guidelines, she said. The minister was

SUST halls reopen after 28-day closure

The residential halls of the Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) reopened today (Feb 14) after a 28-day closure. However, online classes will begin on Tuesday while physical classes on February 22. The university authorities took the decisions at a Syndicate

ULAB Hult Prize Organized Virtual Opening Ceremony

ULAB Hult Prize has organized a virtual opening ceremony on Saturday (Feb 12). The purpose of arranging this session is mostly to engage all the students of the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) with this international business competition and to clear out all the queries of

95.26pc pass in HSC, equivalent exams

The results of last year’s Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations under 11 education boards have been published today (Feb 13) with 95.26 percent pass. Among the examinees, 95.57% passed the HSC examinations, 95.49% came out successful in Madrasah

Educational institutions to reopen soon: Dipu Moni 

Education Minister Dipu Moni said the ongoing closure of schools and colleges in the country will not be extended further as the surge in COVID-19 cases is coming down. "All educational institutions will be opened very soon...The COVID infection rate has decreased. It is a good

HSC, equivalent exams result on Feb 13

The results of the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations of 2021 will be published on Sunday (Feb 13). Results of HSC, HSC (Vocational), HSC (Business Management), Diploma in Commerce and Alim examinations will be published on 13 February, said MA Khair,

Vaccination of Qawmi madrasa students begins

The campaign to vaccinate Qawmi madrasa students against Covid-19 began on Sunday (Feb 6). The vaccination started at 9:00 am at Jamia Siddiqia Mohila Madrasa in Mirpur. However, the vaccination for the homeless people in the capital will start at 4:30 pm at Kamalapur Rail Station.

Results of NU Masters published

The results of Masters (preliminary) examinations under National University (NU) were published on Tuesday with pass rate of 50.57 percent. A total of 60,638 students appeared in the examination. Of them, 27,360 students came out successful, said a press release.  The results

College admission from Feb 19 as results published

The results of college admission for the academic session 2021-2022 have been published on Saturday. The first merit list of the admission seekers was published this time where 14,57,226 students out of total 15,76,141 applicant qualified for the admission. The result of the

College admission results tonight

The results of college admission 2022 will be published on Saturday night. The results will be published on the admission website at 8:00pm, said Dhaka Education Board inspector Abu Taleb Md Moazzem Hossain. Besides, SMS will also be sent to the selected students' mobile phones.

NSU signs MoUs with University of South Pacific and University of Algoma

North South University (NSU) has recently signed two Memoranda of Understanding with the University of South Pacific (Fiji) and the University of Algoma (Canada).  The purpose of these MoUs are joint research, publications, students and faculty exchange and developing the quality

SUST main gate reopens after 11 days

The main gate of Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) has been reopened after 11 days of closure. According to a protesting student Muhaiminul Bashar Raj, they withdrew their barricades from the university's main gate on Wednesday night and opened the

ULAB webinar on sustainability practices in bank sector held 

ULAB Sustainable Development Club successfully conducted a webinar on “Sustainability practices in the banking sector of Bangladesh and the scope of future employment with the presence of more than 80 participants from ULAB and other renowned universities on January 19. 

All demands of SUST students to be met: Dipu Moni 

Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni on Wednesday (Jan 26) assured the protesting students of Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) of fulfilling all of their demands. The minister made the assurance at an emergency press conference at her Dhaka residence this evening.

Suspended NU exams start on Feb 7

All suspended examinations of the National University (NU) will begin on February 7 next. A press release signed by Ataur Rahman, NU director of public relations department, was issued in this regard today (Jan 25).  The changed examination's date and time has already given

ULAB holds grand finale of DifferenceMaker

The University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) organized the grand finale of DifferenceMaker 2021, a youth entrepreneurship competition designed for university students, virtually on Saturday (22 January). ULAB DifferenceMaker programme is organized under the licensing agreement with

Hunger strike: 20 SUST students hospitalised 

Twenty of agitating students of Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) were hospitalised as four more students have fallen sick. Besides, eight students are continuing the hunger strike until resignation of the Vice-Chancellor Prof Farid Uddin Ahmed. Meanwhile, hunger