SSC student hits pole, dies while peeking from bus window

Live Correspondent: A Secondary School Certificate examinee is killed in Mohakhali on Tuesday. While poking his neck out of a bus window and banging his head on a pole in the process. The photo has been partly pixelated to avoid gore details. A Secondary School Certificate examinee was killed in Mohakhali today while poking his neck out of a bus window and banging his head on a pole in the... details

SSC exams begins tomorrow

Live Correspondent: The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations-2017 under ten education boards across the country will begin tomorrow. "Preparations have been taken to hold the examinations successfully," Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid told a press briefing at the ministry conference room on Tuesday. This year, 17,86,613 students--9,10,501 boys and 8,76,112... details

Indigenous students get books in mother tongue

Live Correspondent: This year’s Textbook Festival Day, celebrated across the country Sunday, brought an exceptionally beautiful day in the lives of indigenous students as for the first time in the country’s history they got free textbooks printed in their mother tongues. Textbooks printed in Chakma, Marma, Garo, Sadri and Tripura languages were distributed among pre-primary... details

Multimedia Projector distributed in Nilphamari

Live Correspondent: To improve the quality of primary education Multimedia Projectors and Laptops were distributed in Sadar Upazila of the district today. 228 schools in six Upazilas of the district got Multimedia Projectors and other equipments for Multimedia Class Room in this regard. A function was held at district Circuit House Conference Room where Cultural Affairs Minister... details

JCD, JSC exam results by Dec 30: Nahid

Live Correspondent: Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid expressed satisfaction over the peaceful holding of Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations across the country today and said the exam results would be published by December 30. Talking to journalists after visiting Dhanmondi Government Boys' High School examination centre in the city, he... details

JSC, JDC exams begin on Nov 1

Live Correspondent: Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations-2016 will begin across the country on November 1 with the participation of 24,12,775 examinees. As many as 24,12,775 students from 28,761 educational institutions will appear in this year's examinations, Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid told at a press briefing in the conference room of... details

JSC, JDC exams to be held in right time

Live Correspondent: Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid said that the examinations of Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) will be held under the education ministry in right time. Education Minister said this at a press briefing which was held at the Secretariat on Sunday. He said, there will be no uncertainties over holding the JSC and JDC exams. The... details

4th-grader writes to PM for bridge, PM responds

Live Correspondent: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has assured a Patuakhali schoolboy of taking steps to build a bridge on the Payra river in his locality after the boy wrote to her, asking for one. Shirshendu Biswas, a class-IV student at Patuakhali Government Jubilee High School, wrote a letter to the prime minister on August 15, requesting her to have a bridge built on the river in... details

32 educational institutions get digital classrooms

Live Correspondent: As part of the continual digitisation process, 32 educational institutions in Khulna district have got digital classrooms, facilitating teachers and students there modern tech-based educational tools. Unlike the traditional classrooms, each of the digital classrooms named as 'Sheikh Russel" is equipped with 17 laptops and printers. "The digital classrooms enable teachers... details

Keep school fees in 30%: Edu ministry

Live Correspondent: The ministry of education affairs today directed the authorities concerned ordering, 'The tuition fees of the students in different non-government schools, colleges and in other educational institutions in the country could not be increased more than 30%.' The education ministry came up with the order, in a press release, sent to the media, signed by additional secretary,... details

‘Peace’ schools run by anti-liberation forces: Nahid

Live Correspondent: Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid on Wednesday (August 3) has said that the management members if ‘Peace’ schools are against country’s independence. Lessons provided by Peace schools and its atmosphere are suitable to inspire militancy rather then promoting country’s history and welfare, the minister briefed the journalists before attending a programme at Cirdap... details

Bangladesh shuts down Peace School

Live Correspondent: The government on Tuesday ordered the closure of Peace School and its branches across the country immediately for its controversial activities, reports UNB. The Education Ministry issued a notice in this regard on Tuesday. Earlier, the Education Ministry urged the Home Ministry to take steps for closing the activities of Peace School, and directed the authorities concerned... details

‘Pry education level to be elevated to class VIII’

Live Correspondent: Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid on Wednesday said the government has decided to elevate the level of primary education up to class VIII. According to the National Education Policy 2010, the primacy education level from class I to class VIII will now be under the jurisdiction of the Primary and Mass Education Ministry, Nahid told reporters after a meeting on... details