No assessed grades for upcoming O/A level exams : British Council
Ordinary and Advanced level examinations for the October-November session will not be assessed based on predicted grades, British Council Bangladesh has said quoting Cambridge Assessment International Education and Pearson's Edexcel examination boards.
HSC admission process starts June 6
The online admission process for Class XI will begin from June 6 after publication of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and its equivalent examinations results this month. Sources in education said the admission process of 2020-21 education year will continue till July 24. Inter-board coordinatio
Educational institutions to remain shut until May 30
All educational institutions in Bangladesh will remain shut until May 30. The secretary of secondary and higher secondary education made the announcement Tuesday, reports UNB. “Shortly, an order will be issued in this regard,” he sai
Educational institutions to remain closed till Sept: PM
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday said educational institutions in the country will remain closed till September next. "We won’t reopen schools and other educational institutions now, at least till September. These schools, colleges and other educational institutions will remain closed as co
All educational institutions to remain closed till May 5
All the educational institutions will remain closed until May 5 in line with the general holidays announced by the government for fourth time today aiming to contain the spread of coronavirus in the country, reports BSS. “Following the general holida
Coronavirus Prevention: How prepared are schools?
Despite growing concern over coronavirus, schools in the capital appear to be ill-prepared to contain any possible spread of the virus.
Three City College students arrested over clash with Dhaka College
Police arrested three students in connection with a case filed over the Thursday’s clash between two groups of Dhaka College and City College that left at least five injured.
Government to ensure quality education : Dipu Moni
Education minister Dipu Moni on Friday said that the present government has been working relentlessly to ensure quality of education side by side with its quantity for development of the country through improving skilled human resources.
World Teachers’ Day
The World Teachers’ day is being observed today In Bangladesh along with the rest of the world. World Teachers’ Day marks the anniversary of the adoption of the 1966 ILO/Unesco recommendation concerning the status of teachers. This recommendation sets benchmarks regarding the rights and responsibili
Khulna coaching centres full as schools, colleges empty
From primary school to college level, you will not find a full class in Khulna but visit any of the coaching centres that have proliferated in the city, and you will see every batch they run filled to the brim with students. Concerned people urged the teachers to come back to their ethical responsi
DU students stage demo demanding end to affiliation of 7 colleges
A group of Dhaka University students blocked the Shahbagh crossing on Wednesday demanding an end to the university’s affiliation with seven colleges. Mostakim Ahmed, leader of the demonstrators, said, ‘We are demanding an end to the affiliation as DU does not have the capability to bear the burden
73.93 pc pass rate in HSC, equivalent exams
This year, 73.93 per cent students have passed the Higher Secondary Certificate and equivalent examinations. The results were officially unveiled by prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday morning. They will be later published at a press briefing at the education ministry in the afternoon. A tot
Two Viqarunnisa teachers indicted for Aritree suicide
A Dhaka court on Wednesday indicted two teachers of Viqarunnisa Noon School and College in a case over the suicide of Class IX student Aritree Adhikari. Dhaka third additional metropolitan sessions judge Md Rabiul Alam framed the charges against them in the case. The indicted are — Zinnat Ara, prin
Teacher suspended for setting question on 'Sefuda'
A teacher of Rajuk Uttara Model College has been suspended for setting questions on controversial Facebook personality Sefat Ullah alias Sefuda. Johinul Hasan was suspended after controversy flared up over the question paper for the pre-test examination of 10th grade, said Md Ziaul Haque, chairman
College application starts from May 12
Classes at all the colleges across the country for education year 2019-20 will begin from July 1, the government said in its guideline issued today. It said, students who passed SSC this year will be selected on base of their results and without the need for college entrance examination. College ap
Student, her lover kill Sylhet college teacher
Sylhet Madan Mohan College teacher Saifur Rahman was murdered by his student and her lover as he had tried to force her to marry him. Both of the couple, Nishat Tasnim Rupa, 20, daughter of Shafiqur Rahman of Khidirpur village under Shah Paran Police thana in the city, and her lover Mozammil Hossai
All coaching centres closed from Apr 1 to May 6
All types of coaching centres will remain closed from April 1 to May 6, 2019, ahead of the Higher Secondary School Certificate and equivalent examinations scheduled to begin on April 3. Education minister Dipu Moni told this to journalists at the ministry on Monday. ‘In spite of keeping the respec
Covered van runs over college girl in Chattogram city
A college girl died after she was run over by a covered van in Kotwali area of Chattogram city morning. The victim is identified as Suma Borua, 20, an intermediate second year student of Government City College of Chattogram, Md Mohoshin, officer in-charge (OC) of Kotowali Police Station, told The
College boy rescued 4 days after abduction
Detectives rescued a college student from Lohagora upazila early yesterday, four days after he was kidnapped from Satkania for a ransom of Tk 50 lakh. A team of the Detective Branch of Chittagong Metropolitan Police raided a boarding house in Satkania and rescued Sadeq Sobhan Sakib, 17, from a room