‘ please take the right side’ : protesters to Tofail
Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed on Wednesday got stuck for a while amid student protests as the agitators stopped his car for driving on the ‘wrong side’ of a road near Shahbagh in the city.
Students urged to return to classes as protests grow
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan on Wednesday (1 August) urged the agitating students to withdraw their blockades and go back to their classes as the government has fulfilled their all the demands.
Tackle student protest peacefully : DMP Commissioner
Commissioner of the Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) Asaduzzaman Mia on Wednesday directed the police to tackle the ongoing student protest in the city peacefully instead of applying any force.
PM asks for tough steps against road crash
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal, on Tuesday, said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has instructed them for taking tough steps against the people who are responsible for the Sunday’s road crash.
Provide Tk 5 lakh each to families of Airport Road crash victims: HC
The High Court on Monday (30 July) directed the owners of ‘Jabal-e-Noor Paribahan’ to provide Tk 5 lakh within a week to each family of the two students who were killed in a road crash at Airport Road on Sunday.
ECNEC approves Tk 2,511-crore project to expand science education
The day’s (29 july) ECNEC meeting also approved a project for framing a master plan for developing the infrastructures of some 183 non-municipal upazila towns involving Taka 1,380 crore in a bid to improve the living standards of people. The LGED under the Local Government Division will implement t
Students go on rampage in city as 2 fellows killed in bus crash
College students went berserk as a bus ploughed through some of their fellows in front of Kurmitola General Hospital on Airport Road in the capital on Sunday, leaving two dead and 12 others injured.
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HSC results: Pass rate, GPA 5 achievers drop
Average pass rate was 66.64 per cent, down from 66.84 per cent last year, and the number of GPA 5 achievers plummeted to 29,262.
How to get HSC results
Results of the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations-2018 will be published today. This is how you can obtain the results:
HSC results: Girls outshine boys
Female students have outshined the male candidates in this year’s Higher Secondary Certificate examinations. The girl’s pass rate of all education boards is 69.72 percent while the pass rate of boys is 63.88 percent, according to a private television channel.
HSC, equivalent results published; pass percentage 66.64
Total 66.64 percent students passed this year’s Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations across the country.
Carmichael College teachers, employees demand removal of principal
Teachers and employees of Government Carmichael College in Rangpur stage a demonstration Saturday morning demanding removal of college principal for alleged corruption and misuse of power. Around 200 teachers and employees gathered in front of the administration building around 10:30am on the campus and staged a sit-in programme demanding withdrawal..
Admission registration of DU 7-affiliated colleges begins
The online application for admission into first year honors courses at different disciplines of Dhaka University (DU) seven affiliated colleges under academic session 2017-18 began on 25th October. Vice-Chancellor (VC) Professor Md Akhtaruzzaman inaugurated the online registration process at Professor Abdul Matin auditorium of DU at 5:30 pm, said a..
English classes to be conducted in English
Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education has asked the authorities of school and college to ensure that the English classes were conducted in English. In the wake of reported allegations of conducting English classes in Bangla at most of the colleges in the country, DSHE director general SM Wahiduzzaman issued..
3rd year honors exams of 7 DU-affiliated colleges begin Oct 23
The final examinations of third year honors (regular, irregular and grade improvement) students of seven colleges affiliated with Dhaka University (DU) will begin on October 23, said a DU press release here yesterday. The affiliated colleges are Dhaka College, Eden Mohila College, Government Shaheed Suhrawrdy College, Kabi Nazrul Government College,..
Students of 7 DU affiliated colleges block Nilkhet
The students of academic session 2011-12 of seven colleges affiliated with Dhaka University withdrew their demonstration after the DU vice chancellor assured them of publishing results of their honours final year examinations in November. The students blocked Nilkhet intersection around 9:00am saying that they have completed their examination in February..
HSC pass rate, GPA-5 decrease
The average pass rates and the number of GPA–5 scorers in Higher Secondary Certificate and equivalent examinations have seen a drastic fall in 2017. This year, the pass rate is 68.91 per cent in HSC and equivalent exams under eight general education boards and madrasha and technical education boards, 5.79..
DU announces exam schedule for 7 affiliated colleges
Amid street demonstration by hundreds of students, the University of Dhaka has scheduled the exams for seven affiliated colleges. Students of the seven colleges in Dhaka have clashed with police on Thursday during an earlier scheduled street demonstration at the capital’s Shahbagh. IK Selim Ullah Khandakar, principal of Kabi Nazrul..