- March 21, 2018
This is the fifth in a five part review series of top US and UK-based universities
Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Anisul Huq has placed the Bangladesh Cadet College Bill, 2016 in Jatiya Sangsad seeking annulment of the existing law and provisions for enacting a new law on Wednesday.
Engaging youth for the prevention of violent extremism through education
But you’re probably saying them wrong
According to the press release issued by the British Council on Sunday, all public-facing operations and services will resume across the country the same day
MC College Hostel, which was gutted during a clash between BCL and Shibir men, will be made open for students on October 1.
The British Council and Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) launched the second edition of “Kids Read”, a storytelling program for primary school children (grades 1 – 6) in Bangladesh. This program aims to reach over 10,000 (ten thousand) students from eight primary schools in Dhaka city. Each school will receive a set of ninety
Tanveer Ahmad, Associate Professor of Mass Communication and Journalism (MCJ) department of Rajshahi University and ex-husband of Aktar Jahan Jolly, a teacher of the department, who allegedly committed suicide on September 9, has been suspended from his job on the issue.
Around 54 applicants will vie in the tests for one seat under “B” unit to get admission into first year honours courses for Arts, Law faculty and IER at Jagannath University (JnU), under the academic session of 2016-17.
Fighting against education disruptions in disaster prone areas in Bangladesh
This is the third in a five-part review series of top US and UK-based universities
This is the second in a five-part review series of top US and UK-based universities
Autumn semester 2016 orientation held at IUB
The education fair of Canadian University of Bangladesh was held for the second day yesterday. Tofael Ahmed, honourable minister of commerce inaugurated the fair on August 27. The speakers on the second day included the likes of Professor Dr Atiur Rahman, former governor of Bangladesh Bank, A K Azad Chowdhury, honorary advisor of Canadian University
The application process will continue until September 7
Bangladesh Youth Leadership Centre (BYLC) concluded their fourth Youth Leadership Summit (YLS) on Saturday with the theme “Connect, Collaborate, Co-create” at the International Convention City in Bashundhara, Dhaka. The rigorous admission process competitively selected 400 students from over 2,700 applications from all over Bangladesh and 60 countries around the world. With financial support from UK
University Grants Commission (UGC) held a view exchange meeting with the vice-chancellors of public universities regarding the current situation and other issues related to universities at UGC auditorium on Monday, 18 July. UGC chairman Professor Abdul Mannan presided over the meeting. The meeting began with the observance of one minute silence in paying homage to