- March 21, 2018
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
Different international Children’s rights organisations in Bangladesh will work together to ensure the rights of the children who are on move or migration, under the ‘Let’s Play for Change’ campaign of IKEA Foundation.
Primary and Mass Education Minister Mostafizur Rahman has said the primary education completion (PSC) and Ebtedayee examinations will start from November 20.
Romance and rebellion in World War II Italy
The Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health recently announced Rakibul Hasan as the 2016 winner of 120 Under 40 award. The Gates Institute announced the new generation of Family Planning leaders on September 13, 2016. Receiving the highest number of votes in
The dean of the Faculty of Business Studies (FBS) at the University of Dhaka talks about university education in Bangladesh and his vision to take FBS global
Climate change is currently one of the most widely discussed issues around the world. Bangladesh is one of the countries worst affected by this anthropogenic cataclysm.
The question paper for the admission test of Rajshahi University law department held yesterday contained a question that cited a wrong date for the brutal assassination of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) organised a seminar titled “U.S. Elections and the Implications for Bangladesh” on October 24, 2016 at its Dhanmondi Campus.
Enliven Youth Platform organises CineQ 2016
Curiosity growing for science