Dhaka board: 79.44 pc passed HSC and equivalent exams
A total of 79.44 percent students passed this year's Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations from the Dhaka board.
Pass rate, GPA 5 figure decline in HSC, equivalent exams
The average combined pass rate stood at 78.64 per cent in the results of the 2023 Higher Secondary Certificate and equivalent examinations across Bangladesh, published on Sunday.
Pass rate 78.64 pc in HSC and equivalent exams
The results of the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations have been published. A total of average 78.64 pc passed in the examinations this year. The pass rate was 85.95 percent in the last year.
HSC results today, How to get
The results of this year's Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations will be published today.
Barishal Engineering College students say BCL activists beat them up for not attending ‘political programme’
At least 15 students of Barishal Engineering College’s residential hall were allegedly tortured by activists of the college unit of Bangladesh Chhatra League on the campus on Monday night.
BCL factional clash leaves 13 hurt at Bogura Azizul Haque College
At least 13 leaders and activist of ruling Awami League’s student wing Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) were injured in a factional clash during a rally protesting opposition-enforced blockade at Government Azizul Haque College in Bogura on Thursday.
Campaign against online gambling in edn institutions soon
The education administration has launched a new initiative to protect students from engaging in illegal activities such as trading cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, online gambling, and hundi.
Students' contribution too fails reducing teachers' retirement benefit crisis
The state of retirement benefits and welfare trust funds for teachers under the Monthly Pay Order (MPO) system paints a bleak picture of prolonged agony and uncertainty. It seems as if their fate has been hanging in the balance for years, only to be further marred by a cruel twist of irony. Teacher
Experts call for adding more content on climate change in textbooks
Former Bangladesh Bank Governor Atiur Rahman stressed the importance of incorporating more content on climate change and its effects on girls into the education curriculum to promote better adaptation and disaster management in climate-affected areas.
Uncertainty, tension grip students amid raging political crisis
The persistent anti-government political programmes enforced by BNP and like-minded political parties have cast a shadow over academic activities in the capital city and parts of the country. Many schools and colleges in the capital have remained open despite the blockades but students’ attendance
Students to get bounced back stipend funds
In an effort to rectify the mishandling of stipend funds for the fiscal year 2022-23, students from Class VII to Class XII will soon have the chance to recover their funds. Errors within the software system led to the inadvertent return of these stipend funds.
Political turmoil hits academic calendar
The past week began with a significant opposition gathering by the BNP on October 28, followed by a general strike and concluding with a three-day blockade. As the situation unfolds, there is a looming possibility of more disruptive programmes. Although the current protests have not been continuous,
School, college teachers’ salary for October disbursed
The Directorate General of Secondary and Higher Education has disbursed the payment for teaching staff in non-government schools and colleges under MPO roll for the month of October.
HSC results between Nov 26 and Nov 28
The results of the Higher Secondary Certificate and equivalent examinations are scheduled to be published between November 26 and November 28.
Vacancy Announcement of Satirpara Kali Kumar Institution School and College
Advertisement Report of according to the government rules,also 2021 MPO guidelines, Satirpara Kali Kumar Institution School and College is going to recruit the following vacant positions.
Academic year 2023-24: Marketing of new books for class XI, XII inaugurated
Education Minister Dr. Dipu Moni on Thursday inaugurated the marketing of new books for classes XI and XII for the academic year 2023-2024. The programme was inaugurated at the National Curriculum and Textbook Board (NCTB) auditorium in the capital.
College student murder 2 more accused arrested: Rab
Rapid Action Battalion has arrested two more accused in connection with the abduction and gruesome murder of college student Shibli Sadiq Hriday in Raozan of Chattogram. The arrestees are: Uching Thowai Marma, 26, and Kasai Ong Chowdhury, 36.
BCS edn cadre officers observe work abstention
The Bangladesh Civil Service’s education cadre teachers and officers largely observed one-day ‘all-out’ work abstention on Monday, demanding an end to the discriminations existing among different cadres of the BCS and also for promotion.