Dhaka: 12:48 AM, Thu, 25 Apr, 2019
 
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DU-affiliated college students withdraw blockade

Staff Correspondent: Students of seven colleges affiliated with Dhaka University, who have been staging demonstration for five-point demand, withdrew their blockade at Nilkhet in Dhaka for today.

DU VC to hold meeting with principals of 7 colleges

Staff Correspondent: Dhaka University Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr Akhtaruzzaman has called a meeting with principals of affiliated colleges in a bid to resolve the problems.

Govt to recruit 70,000 pool teachers for primary schools

Secretariat Correspondent: The government has planned to recruit 70,000 ‘pool teachers’ for primary schools across the country.

Students of 7 DU-affiliated colleges block Nilkhet roads

Staff Correspondent: Students of seven colleges affiliated with Dhaka University (DU) blocked roads in capital’s Nilkhet intersection to press home their 5-point demands.

Question leaks: Dawra-e-Hadith exams cancelled

Staff Correspondent: The Qawmi Madrasa Education Board “Al-Haiyatul Uliya Lil Jamiyatil Qawmia Bangladesh” has announced scrapping of the ongoing Dawra-e-Hadith exams over reports of question leak. 

20 more subjects get approval for teacher registration

Secretariat Correspondent: The Education Ministry has approved 20 more subjects for examinations under the Non-government Teachers Registration and Certification Authority (NTRCA).

HSC examinations rescheduled

Staff Correspondent: Twelve tests of the ongoing Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) examinations have been rescheduled because of the observance of Holy Shab-e-Barat which is scheduled to be held on April 21.

Online registration for Class IX ends on April 30

Staff Correspondent: Online registration for the students of Class IX has begun from today which will continue till April 30.

9000 JDC students get scholarship

Staff Correspondent: The government has selected 9,000 students for scholarship on the basis of Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) results-2018.

175 educational institutions get permission

Staff Correspondent: The Ministry of Education has given permission to 175 private educational institutions to conduct academic activities.

Five JU students expelled for mugging

JU Correspondent: The authority of Jahangirnagar University (JU) on Monday expelled five stundents including four activists of Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) over beating and mugging an outsider at the campus.

‘Stern action against attempt to leak question or rumors’

Staff Correspondent:  Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni said, “Intelligence agencies are alert centering question leaks issues. Stern action will be taken if anyone is found involved in question paper leaking incident or rumors."

HSC, equivalent exams begin

Staff Correspondent: The Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations, under ten education boards across the country, has begun.

HSC, equivalent exams begin today

Staff Correspondent: The Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations of 2019 is set to begin today under 10 education boards across the country.

HSC, equivalent exams begin Monday

Secretariat Correspondent: The Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations of 2019 is set to begin on Monday