Islamic University, Dec 12 (UNB) – The viva-voce of the candidates from the Freedom Fighters' quota for the first year honours courses under 2018-19 academic session of Islamic University (IU) in Kushtia will be held on December 17.
The test will be held at the 4th floor of IU Applied Science and Technology Faculty around 10:00 am, sources at IU registrar office said on Wednesday.
The admission seekers have been asked to bring their original documents including SSC and HSC examinations certificates, tabulation sheets and FF certificate during the interview, said proctor Professor M Mahbubar Rahman, the convener of the special quota.
Details information about the viva-voce is available on the university website at www.iu.ac.bd.
Islamic University, Dec 11 (UNB) - The election to the executive council of Islamic University Teachers' Association (IUTA) will be held on its campus in Kushtia on Wednesday.
The voting will begin at 9:00 am at room no. 427 of Art's Faculty building.
A total of 30 candidates will contest in the election for 15 posts, said IUTA chief election Commissioner Professor Muhammad Sulaiman.
Professor M Kamal Uddin of Statistics department and Professor M Alamgir Hossain Bhuiyan will contest for president and secretary posts respectively from Awami League-backed Shapla Forum panel.
Professor Tozzammel Hossain of Arabic Langue and Literature department and Professor M Wali Ullah of Dawah' and Islamic Studies department will contest from the BNP-backed panel.
Dhaka, Dec 11 (UNB) – Seventy meritorious students from different departments under the Faculty of Business Studies of Dhaka University (DU) received the Dean’s Award for their academic results in the BBA and MBA examinations.
DU Vice-chancellor Prof Dr Md Akhtaruzzaman distributed the awards among the students at a function held at Nabab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate Bhaban of the university on Tuesday.
Business Studies Faculty Dean Prof Shibli Rubayat Ul Islam presided over the function while DU Treasurer Prof Dr Md Kamal Uddin spoke at the programme as a special guest.
President of Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce and Industry Barrister Nihad Kabir addressed the programme as the event speaker.
Chairman of the Organization Strategy & Leadership department Prof Dr Muhammad Abdul Mayeen gave the vote of thanks.
The DU VC encouraged the students to prepare themselves with the combination of merit, truthfulness, patriotism and honesty to become entrepreneurs for developing the country’s socio-economic condition.
Dhaka, Dec 11 (UNB) – The results of Junior School Certificate (JSC), Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) and Primary Education Completion (PEC) and its equivalent Ebtedayee examinations will be published on December 24.
The results will be handed over to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in the morning, according to sources at the Education Ministry.
The Prime Minister will also inaugurate the distribution of free textbooks of 2019 at the same time.
Later, Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid and Primary and Mass Education Minister Mostafizur Rahman will announced the results officially in separate press briefings at their Ministry offices.
The Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations were held from November 1 to November 15 with the participation of a total of 26,70,333 examinees.
Dhaka, Dec 11 (UNB) - Bangladesh and Japan have signed an agreement on Japanese grant aid for the fourth Primary Education Development Programme (PEDP4).
Hiroyasu Izumi, Ambassador of Japan to Bangladesh, and Monowar Ahmed, Secretary of ERD signed exchange of notes representing respective governments at Economic Relations Division (ERD) of Ministry of Finance here on Monday.
Hitoshi Hirata, Chief Representative of JICA Bangladesh Office, also attended the ceremony and signed the grant agreement for the programme, said the Japanese Embassy in Dhaka on Tuesday.
The amount of grant assistance is around 500 million Japanese Yen which is equivalent to US$ 4,419,362.00.
Since 2000, Bangladesh has achieved impressive results toward the Education for All targets.
PEDP is the singular national development strategic plan for primary education in Bangladesh.
Japan has been supporting PEDP in cooperation with other development partners since 2011 under the Sector Wide Approaches (SWAPs).
Under PEDP3, a number of activities have been implemented. For example, the refined textbooks have been distributed to about 25 million students in primary schools.
Approximately five hundred thousand teachers have been empowered. More than twenty five thousand classrooms have been built. Regarding PEDP4, it aims to improve the quality of education like improvement of learning achievement.
Japan has provided support with a focus on improving the quality of primary education for all.
For more than a decade, various approaches composed of policy strengthening, development of textbook and teaching materials, strengthening school management and improvement of teacher’s training, as well as this financing support have been taken.
Japan’s approach with a focus on the quality assurance through technical cooperation, Japanese volunteers and policy advisors, makes a good synergy with SWAPs and financing support because those who have been working in the field can provide feedback to policy decision making at national level.