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Govt to distribute 35.13cr free textbooks in 2018

Live Correspondent: The government will distribute 35,13,26,000 textbooks free of cost among the primary and secondary level students in the academic year of 2018. Officials said the free textbooks would be distributed among 4,36,98,663 pre-primary, primary, secondary, ibtedayi, dakhil, dakhil vocational and SSC vocational students across the country. National Curriculum and Textbook Board... details

Malala gets into Oxford University

    Live Desk: Malala Yousafzai, the Nobel Prize-winning activist who narrowly avoided death after being shot by the Taliban, has gained a place to study at the University of Oxford. The 20-year-old revealed she has been accepted to study philosophy, politics and economics at the prestigious institution after receiving her A-level results on Thursday morning. Ms... details

Siddiqur returns home

Live Correspondent: Siddiqur Rahman, the college student whose eyes were damaged during a demonstration in the capital last month, today returned home this afternoon from India after his eye treatment there. The flight carrying Siddiqur landed at Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka at 3:20pm. Talking to reporters, Siddiqur said, "My health condition is now better. I am grateful to the... details

DU Online admission process starts

Live Correspondent: The online application for admission into first year honors course of Dhaka University (DU) under academic session 2017-18 began today while a total of 7,053 students could get chance to admit into the university this year through intake test. DU Vice-Chancellor Professor AAMS Arefin Siddique formally inaugurated the online application process at the central admission... details

DU VC says objective journalism declines in country

DU Live:  Dhaka University (DU) Vice-Chancellor Professor AAMS Arefin Siddique today said the objective journalism has declined in the country though facilities increased in this sector. "The main purpose of journalism is to publish authentic information rather than publishing fabricated news that confuses the people," he said, speaking as chief guest at the 'Editor Bazlur Rahman Memorial... details

‘Technical school and college in every upazila’

Live Correspondent: Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid hass said the government has decided to set up technical schools and colleges in every upazila aiming to increase the rate of technical education students to 60 percent.   Inaugurating a regional conference on ‘Technical and Vocational Education and Training’ at Institute of Diploma Engineers, Bangladesh (IDEB) at... details

Operational activities of RMU will start soon

  Rajshahi Live: Operational activities of Rajshahi Medical University (RMU) will start very soon aims at improving and expanding scopes of medical education, research and treatment in the region. Around 40 institutions including public and private medical, dental and nursing colleges and institutes of health technologies in Rajshahi, Rangpur and Khulna divisions will launch their... details

68.91 pc pass HSC exams: 37,969 get GPA-5

Live Correspondent: On an average 68.91 percent of examinees passed the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations held under 10 education boards of the country this year. Of them, 66.84 percent students came out successful in eight general education boards while 77.2 pc passed in Madrasa Education Board and 81.33 pc in Technical Education Board. "A total of 37,969... details

Media role vital for branding Begum Rokeya University

  BRUR Live: Vice- chancellor of Begum Rokeya University, Rangpur (BRUR) Professor Dr Nazmul Ahsan Kalimullah, BTFO, here today said the mass media could play most vital role in branding the university. "To attain the goal of branding the university, photography might play very important role," Kalimullah said while addressing inaugural ceremony of a three-day training workshop on... details

MPO teachers urged to inform minister about harassments

Live Correspondent:  Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid today urged the Monthly Pay Order (MPO) facilitated teachers to inform the minister or Director General (DG) of the Secondary and Higher Education (DSHE) directly if they face any kind of harassment or corruption. "Steps should be taken in resolving the problems after identifying the hindrances and failures," said the minister at a... details

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