- June 23, 2017
The cheques of the teachers have bounced over the last three to four days. Many of those cheques had incorrect advice
The UGC, in describing the problems of these universities, also declared that the government and UGC would not be responsible if any student falls into trouble after getting admitted into them.
This training is expected to be helpful in enhancing the teachers’ capabilities, increasing the students’ interests in science and augmenting the quality of education in Agami supported schools
His family seeks assistance from everyone in saving the talented student
The decision was announced by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in a meeting with Bangladesh Qawmi Madrasa Education Board and Hefazat-e-Islam leaders at Ganabhaban on Tuesday evening
Nearly four in 10 US colleges have seen drops in applications from international students following Trump’s campaign rhetoric about travel bans, according to a report by the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers
The last day was marked by a series of events: projects and wall magazine displays, a photography exhibition, quiz, workshop and a short film viewing.
The seven-day-long event aims at highlighting the archeological values and the importance of preservation of Bhitargarh fort city, established in the sixth or seventh century
Kaashif Kamaly is the second student from Forest Gate to have won a scholarship to Eton
The alumni of 2003-2004 academic year of Dhaka University have taken an initiative for better communication among each other of the batch with the establishment of an Alumni Association.
Education is, after all, the only path towards a brighter future
Addressing the need for inclusive measures for children with disabilitie
The High Court on Sunday questioned the legality of holding public university admission tests in Bangla for admission seekers from English medium institutions
The certificate giving ceremony of British Council’s Young Learners’ Digital Pen Pal Project was held at the British Council Dhaka Office in Fuller Road on December 2.
The 14th International Short Film and Independent Film Festival began yesterday with the theme “Free Film, Free Expression.”
SEID is sowing the seeds for a better tomorrow
Events like the Robo Carnival 2016 could easily make a layman feel alienated. Take some of the sentences for instance, which were frequently being heard for the last three days amid the increasing noises of enthralled tech-savvy youths and lots of mechanical sounds at the auditorium complex Bangladesh University of Engineering Technology (BUET).
Success story of Bangladesh’s Innovate, Incubate & Grow
how changes in mortality patterns change economic growth in a country