October 5, 2023, 7:27 am
Shanto, a freedom fighter, breathed his last while receiving treatment at the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of Combined Military Hospital (CMH) in Dhaka at 8:00 am on Saturday
Initiallly mobile schools are being run in four areas of Magura town namely-- Dohar Para, Judge Court Para, Nanduali and Mollah Para for class 5 to class 10 students
students do not have to go to schools to know the results. They will be able to know the results through SMS
The decision of the government was learnt from media reports this afternoon
Proposal for admission in intermediate first year has been sent to the ministry concerned
PM will make the result announcement in a video conference
The European Union (EU) has transferred EUR 46.125 million or Tk 428 crore
The current allocation of 2.1 percent is the lowest among the South Asian countries
The government’s decision to run distance-learning programmes after it shut down
Government officials and teachers are distributing fortified biscuits to the houses of over 30 lakh
Inter-board coordination subcommittee Chairman Md Ziaul Haque said SSC results would be published this month even if the shutdown over the coronavirus outbreak prolongs
The private universities must follow the UGC directive for running the online classes and holding examinations and evaluation,
With the coronavirus spreading rapidly across the world, countries have taken rapid and decisive actions to shut down
The Dhaka University (DU) authorities have decided to allow only the regular students to stay at its dormitories after reopening the university.
Schools and colleges will remain shut until at least September this year amid the coronavirus situation in the country, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said on Monday morning.
All educational institutions will remain closed until May 5 in parallel with the government’s announcement of general holidays, aiming to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease.
The government will publish results of the SSC and equivalent exams two weeks after the reopening of the offices following the lockdown imposed to curb the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
The UGC said this through a press release on Monday
About one crore students of the secondary level will take part in the classes