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..
7 DU affiliated colleges start admission registration Oct 25
The online application for Dhaka University (DU) seven affiliated colleges admission into first-year honors courses at different disciplines under 2017-18 academic session will begin on October 25, said a DU release here yesterday. According to the press release, Vice-Chancellor (VC) Professor Dr Md Akhtaruzzaman will inaugurate the online registration process..
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..
HSC results on July 23
Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations results are to be published on July 23. Dhaka education board chairman, Mahbubur Rahman stated that the prime minister is scheduled to receive the results on July 23. All the education boards would then publish the results, he added. A press conference is..
HSC results by 24 July
The Education Ministry is to publish the results for HSC and equivalent exams between 22 and 24 July. Tapan Kumar Sarkar, Examinations Controller of Dhaka Education Board said to dainikshiksha, “We sent a proposal to the Ministry of Education to publish the results between 22 and 24 July. From there..
Education minister to find coaching-loving teachers
Education minister Nurul Islam Nahid has asked the Directorate of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education to prepare a list of the teachers who are involved in private tutoring at home and coaching centres defying the policy in this regard. In a note issued on June 28, Nahid also asked to..
NU masters exams begin July 16
Masters final course irregular and improvement (old syllabus) examinations of 2014 under National University will be held between July 16 and August 24. First semester examination of masters of 2015 will also begin on July 16 and continue till August 9, said a NU release. Detailed schedule of the final..
Deadline for college admission confirmation extended
Deadline for confirmation of admission to class eleven has been extended till 12pm Jun 10. Those who made it to the merit list were given two days time, 6-8 June, to confirm their admission. The deadline was extended after the number of confirmed admissions did not meet expected values. Manjurul Kabir,..
Students’ vital role to prevent terrorism, militancy
Students should play vital role towards thwarting all sorts of terrorism and militancy so that none more militants and extremists are generated. All quarters of the society including the students should remain alert and conscious against the militancy for the sake of freeing the nation from its curse. They should..
Seven HSC examinees held for question paper leak
A mobile court in Keraniganj arrested seven Higher Secondary Certificate examinees and a cybercafé owner in front of the Joipara Degree College at Dohar in Dhaka on charge of leaking a question papers, minutes before the examination is scheduled to be held on Wednesday morning. Dohar upazila nirbahi officer Al-Amin..
Burnt teenager dies at DMCH
A burnt teenage girl died at Dhaka Medical College Hospital yesterday, three days after miscreants set fire on their house in Gazaria of Munshiganj. The victim, Sonia Aktar, who attended this year’s HSC examination, was a student of Dr Abdul Gaffar School and College in Gazaria. Her mother Hazera Begum..
Girl killed for pursuing studies
Marufa Akhtar continued pursuing education after marriage and her illiterate in-laws did not like it. As she was taking Higher Secondary Certificate exams from Nalchity Degree College in Jhalakathi, her in-laws’ family in the absence of her husband, who works in the Middle East, became more harsh on her. On..
Five brothers get life for college student murder
The Khulna Divisional Speedy Trial Tribunal has awarded life term rigorous imprisonment to five brothers in a college student murder case of Keshabpur in Jessore. Judge of the tribunal MA Rab Hawlader delivered the verdict on Thursday (April 13) in presence of four convicts. The court also fined the convicts..