1, 11,303 female students achieved GPA-5 in JSC, JDC exams
A total of 1, 11,303 female students have achieved GPA-5 in the JSC and JDC examinations this year, according to the results published here today. Some 12, 11,493 female students appeared in the JSC and JDC examinations. Of them, 11, 19,633 have become successful, the results added. Female examinees have..
JSC, JDC results to be publish tomorrow
The Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations-2015 results will be published tomorrow. Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid will announce the results at a press briefing at 1.30 pm in the conference room of his ministry. A total of 23, 25,933 examinees from 28,632 educational institutions appeared..
HSC GPA-5 Receivers Education Quality Declined
The quality of education of the GPA-5 receivers in HSC examination has been decreases. The annual research report about “Governance Situation in Bangladesh” said that. The annual research report about “Governance Situation in Bangladesh” has been published at the BRAC INN Center in the capital’s Mohakhali on December 27, 2015..
Education ministry to distribute textbooks in secondary schools on Jan 1 too
Students of primary and secondary schools have to be at their institutions on Jan 1 to collect free textbooks supplied by the government. The education ministry has decided to hold its textbook festival on that day — which, being Friday is a holiday — instead of on Jan 2 as..
PEC, JSC, JDC exam results will be published on Dec 31
As many as 5.6 million fifth and eighth graders took the exams this year. The education ministry’s Joint Secretary AKM Zakir Hossain Bhuiyan and primary and mass education ministry’s Additional Secretary Md Abdul Jalil told that the results would be published on the same day as it was last year…
Quality Education : Rural Students Lag Behind
The performance of rural children at schools is significantly lower than that of their urban counterparts, revealed the Education Watch 2015 report unveiled in the capital on Saturday. The difference is driven by disparity in infrastructure facilities and qualification of teachers between rural and urban areas, found the study. Urban..
Retirement benefits of 75,000 teachers pending
The education ministry recently demanded approximately Tk 2,400 crore for the payment of retirement benefits to about 75,000 teachers and employees of non-government secondary schools, colleges and madrasas, mostly pending for five years. The education minister Nurul Islam Nahid requested for the money in a letter he wrote to finance..
Lotteries for Class I admission Dec 26
Admission tests for enrolling students in 35 government schools in the capital began on Thursday keeping 40 per cent seat reserved for the students of the respective catchment areas for the first time. Lotteries for enrolment in Class I will be held on December 26. The Directorate of Secondary and..
`Pry textbooks to be send to all upazilas by Dec 25’
About 70 per cent textbooks for primary students have already reached to the upazilas and the rest will reach to all upazilas across the country by December 25, according to officials of the National Curriculum and Textbook Board (NCTB). Professor Narayan Chanda Pal, chairman of NCTB, told dainikshiksha.com that the..