Dhaka: 10:24 PM, Sun, 24 Jun, 2018

35 is maximum age to enter teaching job

Secretariat Correspondent: The government has issued guidelines for appointment and transfer of jobs at private schools and colleges and institutions under the MPO programme, fixing maximum age to enter teaching profession at 35 years.

Probe body formed over report titled ‘Selling GPA 5’

Staff Correspondent: 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 9 by a private satellite channel of Bangladesh.

All edu instts to be enlisted under MPO gradually: Nahid

Secretariat Correspondent: Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid said all educational institutions will be enlisted under the government's Monthly Pay Order (MPO) facility gradually.

First merit list published for HSC admission

Staff Correspondent: The first merit list of students for HSC admission has been published.

Sylhet Agri University shut to avoid clash

Staff Correspondent, Sylhet: Sylhet Agricultural University has been announced shut for indefinite period in fear of infighting between two rivals of ruling party’s student front Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) in the campus over establishing supremacy.

200 marks lessen at JSC, JDC exams

Secretariat Correspondent: National Curriculum Coordination Committee (NCCC) has decided to lessen 200 marks in Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) examinations from this year.

38th, 39th BCS exam dates announced

Staff Correspondent: Bangladesh Public Service Commission (PSC) has announced the dates of 38th and 39th Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS) recruitment examinations.

Iftar fest at Jahangirnagar University

JU Correspondent: Students started coming one by one to the roof of the Teachers-Student Center (TSC) at least two hours before evening. Some of them were seen to wear new dresses.

Subject, number being reduced in JSC-JDC

Secretariat Correspondent: Subjects and number are being alleviated in Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate (JDC) to reduce pressure on students, according to the Education Ministry.

China to provide training to 1000 teachers

Secretariat Correspondent: The Chinese government would impart trainings to 1,000 teachers of technical educational institutions during the next one year.

IUJA gets new committee

IU Correspondent: Abdullah Al-Faruk of Daily Inqilab and Emran Shuvro of Daily Manab Zamin were elected as the new president and secretary respectively of Islamic University Journalists’ Association.

College admission process begins today

Secretariat Correspondent: Admission process in colleges under 2018-19 academic session will begin from Sunday noon across the country.

Nahid for legal action against some pvt varsities

Staff Correspondent: Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid said some of the private universities are yet to fulfill their conditions as per the Private University Act-2010 and they have to face legal actions after the scheduled timeframe.

165 to get Prime Minister Gold Medal awards

Staff Correspondent: Under an initiative of the University Grants Commission (UGC), 165 meritorious students from public and private universities are going to get the Prime Minister Gold Medal-2017 in recognition of their academic achievements.

Girls again ahead in SSC pass rate

Staff Correspondent: The female students achieved better results than the male students in this year’s Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations.