Committee formed to probe HSC ‘GPA- 5 irregularities’

Committee formed to probe HSC ‘GPA- 5 irregularities’

Education Ministry has formed a four-member probe committee to investigate the allegation of some irregularities in HSC results in response to a news report titled ‘Selling GPA 5’, published on June 10 by a private satellite channel of Bangladesh. 

 
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Committee formed to probe HSC ‘GPA- 5 irregularities’

Education Ministry has formed a four-member probe committee to investigate the allegation of some irregularities in HSC results in response to a news report titled ‘Selling GPA 5’, published on...

DU, JU students condemn Israeli attacks on Palestinians

The students of Jahangirnagar University (JU) and Dhaka University (DU) on Thursday formed separate human-chains on the respective campus protesting the recent attacks carried out by Israeli military...

UPL book fair ends

University Press Limited (UPL) on Wednesday wrapped up a 12-day annual grand sale of its publications and foreign books attracting huge responses from the bookworms.

DU students protest BCL threat on quota reform leaders  

Students of Dhaka University (DU) on Wednesday brought out a protest rally on campus following an overnight threat allegedly made by Bangladesh Chhatra League...

Quota Gazette: Class & exam boycott at colleges, univs underway  

An indefinite class and examination boycott programme at colleges and universities across the country is underway as the government failed to publish a gazette abolishing the quota system in government...

Quota protesters give ultimatum to publish gazette by afternoon

Quota protesters on Sunday gave the government an ultimatum to publish a gazette notification by abolishing quota system in government jobs as per the Prime Minister’s announcement by this afternoon.

3-day training for teachers begins at RU

To enhance the quality of teaching and learning, a three-day training programme titled ‘Induction Training for Young Teachers’ began at Rajshahi University (RU) on Saturday.

BD self-sufficient in food production: Nahid

Citing Bangladesh as a role model to the international community, Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid on Saturday said Bangladesh has achieved food sufficiency by...

Quota protesters to enforce 2-hr strike at colleges, univs Sunday 

Quota protestors will observe a two-hour strike in all colleges and universities across the country on Sunday as their 24-hour ultimatum to the government for publishing a gazette abolishing quota...

165 to get UGC’s Prime Minister Gold Medal awards

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has decided to award 165 meritorious students from public and private universities with the Prime Minister Gold Medal-2017 in recognition of their academic achievements.