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Pry, Ebtedayee terminal exams begin Wednesday

The Primary and Ebtedayee Terminal Examinations 2013 will begin across the country tomorrow (Wednesday).   Some 29,50,193 students — 26,35,406 from schools and 3,14,787 from madrasahs — will take part in the examinations to be held simultaneously in 6,574 centres. Read More »

Ex-VC of BOU Prof Aminul Islam passes away

Dhaka – Eminent educationist and former Vice Chancellor (VC) of Bangladesh Open University (BOU) Dr M Aminul Islam passed away due to old age complications in a city hospital on Friday. He was 81. Read More »

BD students in USA hits all-time high

The number of students from Bangladesh in the United States has marked a rise by 15.5 percent to 3,828 in 2012-13, says the 2013 Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange.   Overall, the number of international students at colleges and universities in the United States increased by seven percent to a record high of 819,644 students in the 2012-13 ... Read More »

Teachers’ test revoked in 8 districts

Written tests to recruit assistant teachers for government primary schools held on Nov 8 have been cancelled in eight districts following allegations of a question-paper leak. Read More »

18 crude bombs recovered from DU campus

Detective Branch (DB) of Police on Monday recovered 18 crude bombs near Three Leaders Mausoleum on the Dhaka University (DU) campus. On secret information, a team of DB police of Shahbagh Police Station raided the area and recovered the crude bombs in an abandoned condition at noon. Later, the law enforcers took the bombs to the police station. However, no one was arrested ... Read More »

Wednesday’s JSC, JDC exams rescheduled

Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations scheduled to be held on November 13 (Wednesday) have been rescheduled due to the 84-hour hartal enforced by the BNP-led 18-party alliance. Read More »

JSC-JDC exams rescheduled

The Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dhakil Certificate (JDC) exams due on Nov 10, 11 and 12 have been rescheduled due to the Opposition’s 72-hour nationwide strike beginning Sunday. Read More »

RUMUNA launched at RU

Rajshahi University Model United Nations Association (RUMUNA), a non-political organisation has been launched at Rajshahi Univerrsity. Read More »

Comilla Govt College beset with multifarious problems

Academic activities at Comilla Government College are being hampered due to manifold problems, including acute crisis of teachers and lack of residential and transport facilities. Inadequacy of infrastructures and other logistics also adds to the situation at the institution providing education to several thousand students. Coming into existence in the city’s police line area in 1968 as an intermediate college, ... Read More »

Anti-VC movement at JU under new banner

A new platform was formed on Wednesday comprising teachers, officers and employees of Jahangirnagar University (JU) to strengthen the ongoing movement demanding the removal of Vice-chancellor Prof Dr Anwar Hossain. Read More »

JSC, JDC tests deferred

The tests for Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations due for Nov 4 and Nov 6 have been deferred due to the Opposition’s 60-hour strike starting on Monday. Read More »

1,81,020 students to appear JSC examination under Jessore Board

A total of 1,81,020 students–87,158 boys and 93,862 girls—are going to appear the Junior Secondary Certificate (JSC) examinations in 10 districts under Jessore Education Board (JEB) beginning November 4. Read More »

Education key to developing morals: Nahid

Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid on Wednesday said education has the power to instill the ethos into a nation through the reinforcement of the national goals and destination. Read More »

JU academic activities resume

The academic activities of Jahangirnagar University (JU) resumed Saturday after a 15-day vacation of Eid-ul-Azha, Durga Puja and Luxmi Puja. Read More »

Hafiz centre opens at DU

A Hafiz premise constructed with support from the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran was inaugurated at the 5th floor of the Arts faculty building of Dhaka University on 10 October last. Read More »

RU Eid vacation begins Saturday

An 18-day vacation in Rajshahi University (RU) begins on Saturday on the occasion of Eid ul Azha and Durga Puja. Read More »

47 students to vie for a seat in RU

About 47 students will vie for a seat in the admission test into first year of Honours course at Rajshahi University under 2013-14 academic session. Read More »

Views exchange meeting on quality education held in Faridpur

A daylong views exchange meeting initiated by Prime Ministers’ Office (PMO) to assess the attainment of quality education across the district in the light of National Education Policy-2010 was held here on Saturday. Read More »

Medical, dental entrance results out

SMSs conveying the results of a combined medical and dental admission test for both public and private institutions started being sent to the candidates on Sunday, two days after the test. Read More »

Dhaka University passes critical phase, centenary programme told

Greenwatch Desk Speakers at a roundtable in the city on Saturday underscored the need for celebrating the centenary of the University of Dhaka for seven years from the date of announcement of the decision to set up the highest seat of learning in 1913 to its formal opening in 2021. Read More »

JU VC stages counter sit-in

Jahangirnagar University Vice Chancellor Professor Anwar Hossain has staged a counter sit-in in front of his residence, some 10 yards from the demonstrating teachers who have been demanding his resignation. Read More »

JU teachers stage demo in front of VC residence

Savar – Agitating teachers of Jahangirnagar University (JU) on Tuesday went on a sit-in programme in front of the residence of Vice-chancellor (VC) Prof Anwar Hossain demanding his immediate resignation. Read More »

Polytechnic institute students, teachers threaten to boycott exams

Students and teachers of polytechnic institutes across the country on Saturday declared to boycott their final examinations of the 2nd,4th, 6th and 8th semesters, demanding immediate change in the 2008 gazette that identifies diploma professionals as supervisors, not engineers. Read More »