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200 underprivileged students get educational materials in Rajshahi

Rajshahi Live:  A total of 200 students coming from poor and underprivileged families received educational materials free of cost from a development organization here yesterday afternoon. Addressing the distribution ceremony, some professional leaders and development activists underscored the need for ensuring the right to education for the poor and underprivileged communities. They... details

No session fees for English medium schools

    Live Correspondent: The High Court emphasised the need for English medium schools to focus on teaching Bangla language so that all students are comfortably able to comprehend, read and write in Bangla. The High Court has declared that collecting session fees from English medium school students will now be considered illegal. A HC bench of Justice Sheikh Hassan Arif and... details

NCTB to fix 6 errors found in textbooks

    Live Correspondent: The National Curriculum and Textbook Board or NCTB will be making six corrections in primary-level textbooks. Although different quarters pointed out various errors in both primary- and secondary-level textbooks, NCTB previously said it did not find any error in secondary-level textbooks. The Directorate of Primary Education provided field-level... details

DU VC mourns death of Professor Alimullah

DU Live: Vice-Chancellor of Dhaka University (DU) Professor Dr AAMS Arefin Siddique today expressed profound shock at the death of former DU professor and Vice-Chancellor of International University of Business Agriculture and Technology (IUBAT) Dr M Alimullah Miyan. In a condolence message, Professor Siddique prayed for eternal peace of the departed soul and conveyed deep sympathy to... details

Rajshahi Education Board attains 90.70 pc successes in SSC

Rajshahi Live:  Rajshahi Education Board (REB) has attained 90.70 percent pass in the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examinations-2017, which is 5 percent less than that of the previous year. A total of 17,349 students bagged GPA-5 in the board this year while the previous year's figure was 17,594. The board authority has published the results in a press conference held at its... details

IU student invents ‘Intelligent Home Security System’

IU Live:  Niaz Mustakim, a master's student of Applied Physics, Electronics and Communication Engineering (AECE) department of Islamic University (IU) in Ksuhtia invented an intelligent home security system titled 'Intelligent Smart and Versatile Home Security System'. The system can automatically alert the owner of a home using many sensors security system via Email, Skype, Facebook and... details

Workshop on techniques of students learning held at JU

JU Live:  A workshop titled "Self-Assesment concepts, Techniques of Assessments and Students Learning" was held at seminar room of Mathematical and Physical Sciences Faculty on Jahangirnagar University (JU) campus here today. JU Institutional Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) organized the workshop while Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr Farzana Islam inaugurated it as the chief guest, said a JU... details

ENA to hold edu fair in BD, India & Nepal

  Live Correspondent: Eastern News Agency (ENA) Chief Editor Omar Yasser Mallick has taken initiative to bring 50 European varsities together for holding an education fair in Nepal, India and Bangladesh in October next. He is now visiting Katmandu of Nepal in this regard. The ENA Chief Editor met consulate of Nepal and representatives of seven other countries, including east... details

Islamic University to observe Genocide Day on Saturday

IU Live:  The Islamic University (IU) authority in Kushtia has taken elaborate programmes to observe the 'Genocide Day' for the first time on Saturday on the campus. Marking the day, the IU authority will bring out a protest rally on the campus around 11am on the day from the administrative building. It will parade the main roads on the campus and ended at the first science... details

“Bangabandhu was first to introduce microcredit in BD”

  JNU Live: Prime Minister’s Economic Affairs Adviser Mashiur Rahman has said that it was Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman who introduced Microcredit system (very small loans) first in Bangladesh. He made the remark while addressing a program as a chief guest titled “Historic March 1971 and Bangabandhu” at Jagannath University (JnU) at its central auditorium on... details

Mid-day-meal programme at all primary schools

Rajshahi Live: State Minister for Foreign Affairs Shahriar Alam on Saturday said the present government of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has taken a decision of launching mid-day-meal programme at all primary schools for making schooling attractive to students and reducing dropouts. He said the government has given highest priority to the primary education as it's very important to make the... details

H Economics college students block New Market intersection

DU Live: Home Economics College students have yet again blocked the Nilkhet intersection on Tuesday morning, which marks the second day of the demonstrations demanding recognition of the college as an institute of Dhaka University. The college students blocked the intersection from 10:45am, said Md Moniruzzaman, OC of Lalbagh Police Station. Police were seen requesting the students to... details

HC issues rule against changes in school textbooks

 Court Live: The High Court on Monday issued a rule against the changes brought in school textbooks. The education secretary and chairman of National Curriculum and Textbook Board have been made respondent to this rule. The rule directed the authorities concerned of the government to show causes why the changes in the syllabus should not be declared illegal. The bench of Justice... details