- November 18, 2016
Courses like drawing, physical studies, music, sports will be evaluated by school
Examinees will receive their results through SMS
It also instructed the madrasa authorities go for administrative and departmental action immediately if any student is found linked to militancy
Eminent educationist and professor at University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh Salimullah Khan tells
Dhaka Tribune’s Shohel Mamun acknowledging Qawmi madrasa’s Dawah-e-Hadith as equivalent to a post-graduate degree is a prelude to bringing Qawmi madrasas under the mainstream education system
They made the announcement from a rally in front of the proctor office on Wednesday
Students demanded explanations as to how a student can be detained in a police camp for five hours on a groundless charge
Those who are criticising Qawmi madrasas are doing it out of their evil desires
Dipu was harassed as he did not greet the teacher, they allege
Educationists slate government decision to recognise Qawmi madrasa’s “dawra-e-hadith”
Government primary school headmasters are still being paid as Class-III government employees, despite Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina having announced their promotion to second-class gazetted officials on March 9, 2014
The court also issued a rule asking the university authorities to explain why the suspension should not be declared beyond jurisdiction.
The vehicles are owned by Tejgaon College, Tejgaon Women College, New Model Degree College and Alhaj Makbul Hossain College.
A big stage has been set up at the school ground
Students with disabilities will receive an additional 20 minutes in the examinations
The theoretical examinations will continue till May 15, while practical examinations will be held from May 16-25
Brac on Wednesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Access to Information (a2i) programme of Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) which aims to work on Technical and Vocational training besides general education.
Prof Reaz was suspended on February 27 for showing “obscene materials” in class
The school is accused of numerous irregularities including charging extra admission fees
Bangladeshi students seeking admission to Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Pharmacy courses are now welcome in India under self-financed programmes for year 2017-2018.
The scholarships, which amount to a total of Tk1.25 crore