Bangladeshi student grand champion in global arithmetic competition
Sharif Adibur Rahman , a class eight student of European Standard School (ESS) in city’s Dhanmondi area, has become the grand champion at the Aloha Mental Arithmetic International Competition-2018 in Russia. The competition was held at the World Trade Center in Moscow on July 22, said a press relea
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.
Attack on Zafar Iqbal: Charges pressed against Faizul, 5 others
Police on Thursday (26 July) pressed charges against six people,including Faizul Hasan Foyez, in connection with the attack on renowned writer Dr Muhammad Zafar Iqbal on Shahajalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) campus.
Spending on education is an investment, says PM
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday (25 July) said spending money on education sector is a great investment for the future, not an expense.
PEC, Ebtedayee exams from Nov 18
This year’s Primary Education Completion (PEC) and Ebtedayee examinations will begin on November 18. The examinations will continue till November 26.
Pay fuel bills through bKash
bKash Limited, the largest mobile financial service provider in the country signed an agreement with Digital Tree Bangladesh Limited recently enabling its customers to pay bills at fuel and CNG stations through ‘Shubidha’, a mobile app developed by Digital Tree.
163 students get Prime Minister Gold Medal today
A total of 163 students was awarded the Prime Minister Gold Medal, in recognition of their securing highest marks/CGPA in their respective faculties. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday handed over the gold medals among the talented students of different public and private universities of the
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The two-storey college building on a 166-decimal plot with a lush green field at the front promises a congenial environment.
Pro-AL teachers’ faction lay siege JU admn building
A faction of Awami League-backed Jahangirnagar University (JU) teachers on Tuesday (24 JULY) laid a siege to the two administrative building for several hours.
CU teacher sued for ‘derogatory comment’ on PM
A case has been filed against Assistant Professor Maidul Islam of Chittagong University (CU) on charge of his alleged derogatory remarks about the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on social media platform Facebook.
GP applies afresh for ‘013’ series, BTRC to scrutinise
The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission has initiated a scrutiny of a fresh plea made by leading mobile phone operator Grameenphone seeking new number series with 013 prefix as the connections under its existing number series with 017 prefix is almost ‘sold out’.
NSU student found dead a day after he went missing
Police recovered the body of a North South University student from a canal at Gazaria upazila of Munshinganj district yesterday morning a day after he went missing.The deceased was identified as Md Saidur Rahman Payel, a 5th semester student of the business department at the university, said Officer
Bangladeshi student wins bronze in Int’l Biology Olympiad
Auddithio Nag, a Bangladeshi student, has won bronze medal in the 29th International Biology Olympiad (IBO) held in Iran. The award was announced and distributed on Sunday, said a press release.
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.
UGC chairman receives death threat
University Grants Commission (UGC) Chairman Professor Abdul Mannan received a letter carrying a threat to kill him. On Tuesday (17 July) he received the threatening letter by mail.