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  • Students should be taught coding-programming: Dipu

    Staff Correspondent: Education Minister Dr. Dipu Moni yesterday said we have to be technology-friendly and efficient. That is why students need to be introduced to technology from an early age. Coding, programming should be taught from an early age.“Otherwise, they will not be able to survive in the fourth industrial…

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  • Normal classes likely after March: Dipu

    Staff Correspondent: Education Minister Dr. Dipu Moni said that even though the new academic year has started from January, classes will be taken in the educational institutions as before. It will remain in force till next March.She said we will monitor the new variant of corona Omicron till next March.…

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  • Timely free textbooks distribution uncertain

    Mahfuja Mukul: School kids may not get new text books as per the schedule of first day of new academic year due to delay tenders for printing the books by the National Curriculum and Textbook Board (NCTB). But the textbook board blaming printing houses for delay in supplying books as…

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  • Students may lose $17 tr in lifetime earnings for Covid learning loss: Report

    UNB: Students now risks losing $17 trillion in lifetime earnings in present value, or about 14 percent of yesterday’s global GDP, as a result of COVID-19 pandemic-related school closures, according to a new report published yesterday by the World Bank, UNESCO, and UNICEF.The new projection reveals that the impact is…

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  • Students on streets with ‘red card’

    Demand for safe roads Staff Correspondent: Students have taken to the streets again yesterday with red cards, demanding safe roads and against mismanagement and corruption in the streets.Around 20-30 students of Khilgaon Model College are protesting with red cards at the Hatirjheel police station area in Rampura Bridge on Saturday…

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  • Writ seeks half fare in public transport for students

    Court Correspondent: A writ has been filed yesterday in the High Court seeking directions to half the fares for students in all types of public transport including public and private buses, launches and trains in the country. Lawyer Yunus Ali Akand confirmed the matter yesterday.He said bus fares were increased…

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  • Coaching centres to remain shut for 39-day

    HSC exams begin on Dec 2 Staff Correspondent: All coaching centres across the country will remain shut from November 25 to January 3 ahead of the Higher Secondary Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations, said Education Minister Dipu Moni yesterday. The decision was taken at a meeting with law enforcement agencies…

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  • New books at beginning of 2022: Dipu

    Chandpur Correspondent: Education Minister Dr. Dipu Moni briefing reporters while inaugurating the Sadar Upazila Muktijoddha Complex building at Baburhat area in Chandpur city yesterdaynoonEducation Minister Dr. Dipu Moni briefing reporters while inaugurating the Sadar Upazila Muktijoddha Complex building at Baburhat area in Chandpur city yesterdaynoonStudents will get new books at…

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  • Tougher punishment for leaking PSC question papers, law coming

    Staff Correspondent: The maximum punishment for involvement in leaking the question paper of any PSC examination will be 10 years’ jail or financial penalty or both, according to a draft law approved by the Cabinet yesterday.The Cabinet approved in principle the draft of Bangladesh Public Service Commission Act, 2021 in…

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  • Girls’ schools in Afghan to reopen soon: UN

    International Desk: Girls’ schools in Afghanistan, which have been closed for more than two and a half months, will be reopened “soon”, said Omar Abdi, deputy executive director of UNICEF, told a press conference at the UN headquarters in New York on Friday.The UN official told the press conference that…

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