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Students need internet: Mustafa Jabbar

Telecommunications and Information Technology Minister Mustafa Jabbar said, students need digital devices and Internet to cope with the fourth industrial revolution.

Govt set to approve 5 more public universities

The government is going to approve five more new public universities those include two agricultural universities in Natore.

Govt mulling to promote students to next class sans final exams

The government is mulling for promoting all students to next class respectively without any final examination as educational institutions remain closed due to coronavirus pandemic.

‘Govt mulling over free internet for students’

Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni has said the government is mulling over free internet package for students.

40,000 teachers to be recruited in primary in Sept

The government will recruit 40,000 teachers in primary schools across the country. Of them, 26,000 will be appointed in pre-primary while 14,000 assistant teachers in primary schools.

'Action to be taken if edu institutes take extra tuition fees'

All the educational institutions were shut from March 18 following the coronavirus crisis across the country. Dhaka Education Board has directed all English medium schools not to create pressure to pay tuition fees in this situation.

38th BCS final results published

The Public Service Commission (PSC) on Tuesday (June 30) has published the final result of the 38th Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS) examinations.

Current academic year may extend until March: Edu’ Minister

Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni has said that the current academic year may extend until March due to coronavirus pandemic.

South Point holds admission test for children despite corona

Though all the educational institutions in the country have been closed since March 18 due to coronavirus pandemic, South Point School and College, Malibag branch arranged admission test for children.

‘Edu’ ministry mulling to reduce subjects from HSC exams’

Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni has said the ministry is mulling to reduce number of HSC examination subjects for this year as the examination got stuck in this difficult time of coronavirus.

Students worried as HSC exams get stuck in corona

Higher Secondary Examination (HSC) and equivalent examinations have been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Though the examination was supposed to begin from April 1, the government decided to postpone it due to coronavirus situation on March 22.

HSC exams to be held once corona situation brought under control

Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni said it is not possible to hold Higher Secondary Examination (HSC) and equivalent examinations until the coronavirus situation is brought under control. The exams will be held when a health risk-free environment will be created.

Educational institutions to remain shut until Aug 6

The government has extended the ongoing closure of the country’s all the educational institutions until August 6 as a part of preventing the spread of deadly coronavirus.

Vacation in educational institutions likely to be extended

The government is planning to increase vacation in educational institutions again due to coronavirus pandemic. A decision would come in this regard on Monday (June 15).

Primary schools to remain shut sine die

Primary schools will remain shut until the coronavirus situation develops. Department of Primary Education (DPE) will issue circular in this regard in a day or two.