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Primary scholarship results published

Live Correspondent: A total of 82,500 students secured scholarships in both talent-pool and general category as primary education completion scholarship results were published today. "Of them, 33,000 got talent pool and 49,500 general category scholarships," Primary and Mass Education Minister Advocate Mostafizur Rahman told a press conference at the ministry meeting room. The minister... details

Independence Day celebrated at Manarat College

Manarat Live: With respect and dignity, Manarat Dhaka International School and College (MDIC) celebrated Independence Day and commemorated the heroic sacrifice of the freedom fighters by discussion session, cultural programme and special prayer. Brig. Gen. (Retd.) Md. Mehdi Hassan Pramanik, psc, principal of the college, delivered his speech as the focal speaker. He said that we have to work... details

Rajshahi students get textbooks in festive mood

Live Correspondent: Primary and secondary level students have started getting new textbooks in festive mood in the city and other adjacent districts today, the first day of the new year 2018. Book distribution ceremony has been arranged in every school to handover books among the students. In Rajshahi city, divisional, metropolitan and district level high officials launched the book... details

Quader directs BCL not to form committees at schools

Live Correspondent: Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader today directed Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) not to form BCL committees at the school level, reports BSS. "There is no need to form BCL committees at the school level and I think the concept (of forming committees) is wrong," he said, speaking at a discussion at the Bangla Academy auditorium here. BCL organized the... 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

Comilla board witnesses lowest pass rate

Comilla Live:  Comilla education board is at the bottom of this year's SSC examination results in terms of pass rate, according to the results published here today. Pass rate of Comilla board is 59.03 while Rajshahi education board secured top position with 90.70 percentage of pass. The pass rate of Dhaka board is 86.39 per cent, while it is 77.24 per cent in Barisal board, 80.04 per cent... details

SSC exam results tomorrow

  Live Correspondent: The results of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations will be published tomorrow. Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid will hand over a copy of the results to the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at her residence around 10am on that day. Later, Nahid will formally announce the result through a press conference around 12pm. The... details

Viqarunnisa Noon School and College fee hike blocked

    Live Correspondent: A fee hike imposed by the ad hoc committee running Viqarunnisa Noon School and College has been blocked by the High Court on Monday. It has also issued a rule asking why the ad hoc committee running the educational institution in Dhaka will not be declared illegal and unconstitutional. Within the next four weeks, education secretary and nine others... 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

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