Tuesday, 27 Oct, 2020

Education

Tuesday’s JSC, JDC exams too rescheduled

DHAKA: The Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations scheduled for Tuesday (Nov 12) have been postponed too across the country due to adverse impact of cyclone Bulbul. Public relations officer of the education ministry MA Khair confirmed the

Monday’s JSC, JDC exams postponed too for Bulbul

DHAKA: The Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations, scheduled to be held on November 11 (Monday), have been postponed due to the approaching Cyclone Bulbul. Public relations officer of the education ministry MA Khair confirmed the information to

JU students protest in front of VC residence

JU: Jahangirnagar University students took position in front of VC’s residence and continued their demonstration demanding removal of the university vice chancellor since Wednesday (Nov 6) afternoon. Hundreds of students, including some teachers, arrived there at 5pm and were seen

JU students asked to vacate dormitories by 3:30pm

JU: All residential students of Jahangirnagar University (JB) have been instructed to leave the dormitories by 3:30 pm on Wednesday (Nov 6).  Otherwise, the university administration will be take legal action against students. The decision came after a meeting of the University

Dhaka Lit Fest kicks off on Thursday

DHAKA:  The three-day Dhaka Lit Fest (DLF), previously known as Hay Festival Dhaka, will be held at Bangla Academy in the capital from November 7 to 9. DLF, an internationally recognized literary festival, is open from 9am to 7 pm. Organizers of the festival held a press conference

35 injured as BCL men attack JU protesters

JAHANGIR UNIVERSITY:  At least 35 injured as Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) men of Jahangirnagar University (JU) unit attacked the protesting teachers and students at the campus. The incident happened at around 11 pm on Tuesday (November 5). The injured including journalists were

JU closed sine die amid students protest

DHAKA: Authorities closed down Jahangirnagar University for indefinite period in wake of student protests, demanding resignation of its vice chancellor professor Farzana Islam over allegation of corruption. Students have been instructed to leave the dormitories of the varsity by 4:30

CU VC vows to improve standard of education

DHAKA: Prof. Dr Shirin Akhtar, newly appointed Vice-Chancellor of Chittagong University, said that besides improving the quality of education of the university, the accommodation crisis of teachers and students will be resolved.      The first female VC of the university made the

Prof Akhtaruzzaman reappointed as DU VC

DHAKA: Professor Md Akhtaruzzaman has been reappointed as Vice-Chancellor of the Dhaka University for next four years. Education ministry issued a gazette notification on Sunday (November 3). President Abdul Hamid, also the Chancellor of the university, gave directive in this

No incidents of question paper leakage yet

KERANIGANJ (DHAKA): Education Minister Dipu Moni said no incidents of question paper leakage occurred in Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations so far and would not occur. She said: “In the past, we have seen a circle spread rumors of

KUET shut down for indefinite period

KHULNA: Authorities shut down Khulna University of Engineering and Technology (KUET) for an indefinite period early Saturday following a clash between students of two halls. “The residential students have been ordered to vacate the halls,” said Registrar GM Shahidul Alam. He

JSC, JDC exams begin

DHAKA: Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations-2019 has begun across the country this morning (November 2) with the participation of 26,61,682 students. On the first day of examinations which started at 10:00am, JSC candidates will take Bangla

Mentoring prog in Germany for Bangladeshi students

DHAKA: Mentoring Program for Bangladeshi newcomer students was held at Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg in Magdeburg of Germany. The program was organized on October 17 with the initiative of Bangladeshi students studying at the university.  The event, sponsored jointly by

51 percent pass SUST entry test

SUST (SYLHET): The results of Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) Admission Test Result 2019-20 has bee published on Wednesday (Oct 30). The admission committee chair of the Academic Council Professor Dr. Mohammad Belal Uddin announced the results in the morning.

Accommodation crisis: DU students’ protest postponed

DHAKA: Following the assurance of Dhaka University Vice Chancellor, students postponed their sit-in program, demanding the solution of their accommodation problem. Dhaka University Central Students’ Union (Ducsu) member Tanvir Hassan Saikat confirmed the information to Banglanews on

13.26 percent pass DU Gha unit entry test

DHAKA: The results “Gha” unit admission test of Dhaka University has been published with a pass rate of 13.26 percent. Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr. Md. Akhtaruzzaman published the results of this admission test at the Central Admission Office (Room No. 214) of the administrative

13.26 percent pass DU Gha unit entry test

DHAKA: The results “Gha” unit admission test of Dhaka University has been published with a pass rate of 13.26 percent. Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr. Md. Akhtaruzzaman published the results of this admission test at the Central Admission Office (Room No. 214) of the administrative

2,661,682 students to appear for JSC, JDC exams

DHAKA: Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations-2019 will begin across the country on November 2 with the participation of 2,661,682 students. “As many as 2,661,682 students from 29,662 educational institutions will appear in this year’s

DU Gha unit entry test results Tuesday

DHAKA: The results “Gha” unit admission test of Dhaka University will be published on Tuesday (Oct 29) noon. The information was revealed in a university press release on Monday (October 28). Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr. Md. Akhtaruzzaman will publish the results of this

Fresh scrutiny, if any institution not qualify for MPO

DHAKA:  Education Minister Dipu Moni said the government will go for fresh scrutiny if any educational institution will not qualify for MPO (monthly pay order) scheme. The minister said this while exchanging views with reporters at the ministry on Sunday (October 27). Education