- December 12, 2017
This leaves textbooks to be the primary sources of information, but they too have often been manipulated by the ruling parties during their respective tenures.
A total 23 people have been arrested so far in connection with question paper leak
‘There have been many logical reasons behind not holding DUCSU polls for 27 years, and we are scrutinizing these’
The demonstrators said they were determined to get their demands, even at the cost of their lives
Last year, there were only 355 foreign students at 19 public universities, while the figure stood at 1,927 at 34 private universities
Team Brihonnola thinks through its venture they can connect every community of society
This move comes after the RU syndicate’s decision to suspend him and another teacher from examination related activities for the next 10 years over communal questions in admission test under the Faculty of Fine Arts.
Joy said building a Digital Bangladesh was in the election manifesto of Awami League.
The decision was taken at 474th syndicate meeting of the university
Despite the long absence of a functional Ducsu, the university still collects Tk120 in Ducsu fees from students every year. In 27 years, this money has built up to Tk10 crore by some estimates
He also submitted some classified documents to the Supreme Court
‘It was university authorities’ duty to hold the poll in stipulated time’
The two universities will exchange faculty members, researchers and students
Countless public and private schools have been found to be directly ignoring directives issued by the government and the High Court
Pope Francis concluded his speech at a gathering of students on the Notre Dame College ground in Dhaka by saying ‘God Bless Bangladesh’ in Bengali.
The first ever Private University Rankings 2017 in Bangladesh, jointly conducted by the Dhaka Tribune and the Bangla Tribune, has been a good initiative and it should be done regularly every year, academics and researchers have said at the ’s latest Boithoki roundtable held in its Dhaka offices on November 30. The programme, titled “Private University Ranking” and moderated by journalist Munni Saha, was telecast live on ATN News and the Bangla Tribune’s official Facebook page
The book in which Walid had collected some 800 signatures in support of the DUCSU polls was stolen three days ago
A five-member Appellate Division bench fixed the hearing date on Thursday
A total of 171 people, including students, former students and teachers, have signed their names in support of Walid so far
Students will get the opportunity to become familiar with practical IoT endeavours of Grameenphone because of the MoU