- June 20, 2017
Speakers came up with a roadmap to implement the action points
JnU authorities had planned to complete the lone 16-storey Begum Fazilatunnesa Mujib Hall by June 2018, yet 50% of the construction work is yet to be completed
The new course will deliver a tailored and proportionate approach to food business compliance, says the university’s vice-chancellor
Every year, many students from Afghanistan, Bhutan, India, Pakistan, the Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka enrol in both public and private medical colleges in Bangladesh.
A good number of foreign nationals come to Bangladesh to pursue higher studies because of its affordability, according to the UGC.
Shahidullah Hall is one of the oldest residential halls for Muslim male science faculty students of DU.
University Grants Commission will provide Tk610.10cr for the budget and Tk42.55cr will come from DU’s own sources.
The new executive committee of Association of Private Universities of Bangladesh (APUB) for the term 2017-2019 was formed on June 10 at its Annual General Meeting held at the association’s office in Dhaka’s Banani.
‘The education and research sector should be given the highest importance in the Dhaka University budget’
The seminar reviewed the budget for the fiscal year 2017-18
The syndicate meeting did not come out with any assurance of withdrawing the case filed against the protesters
Different departments of ULAB will conduct collaborative research, evaluation, assessment, review, case studies, training in association with A2I under the MoU
The Supreme Court’s order that the government could not collect the 7.5% VAT from the English medium schools has been negated by the steps currently being taken by the government.
Moscow intends to offer scholarships to Bangladeshi students to study nuclear technology
The bank provided the scholarship to 40 students of the Faculty of Business Studies as a part of its corporate social responsibility
The university has filed a case for vandalism against 42 students
Nazmul Hossain was shown arrested in a case filed over vandalism on the campus
Eight students, including the university correspondent of an online news portal, were injured in the police action
ULAB Registrar Prof Akhtar Ahmed delivered the welcome speech at the event
Prof Reazul was suspended following allegations of displaying obscene content as part of his course on gender.