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  • NSU Young Economist Forum to hold EconProdigy 6.0

    After a four-year break, the prestigious academic club of North South University, the Young Economists’ Forum, is backed with its flagship event EconProdigy 6.0. The event will encompass the expanding domains of real-world economic dilemmas and policy-making.  This year, EconProdigy 6.0 centers around the theme “Inflation-Instability-Innovation.” For the last few…

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  • Govt looking fora way to return exam system

    Zarif Mahmud : The absence of tests in the new curriculum has sparked criticism from parents. Demands have been raised that the entire curriculum should be cancelled. The parents also joined the movement to demand the return of the examination system. The government is going to accept their demands and…

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  • India taken over edu policy of Bangladesh

    Staff Correspondent: Amir of Khilafat Majlis Maulana Abdul Basit Azad has commented that India has taken over our education policy by stepping on the neck of the current government of Bangladesh. He made this comment in a seminar titled ‘Current Education Policy, New Curriculum and Future of the Nation’ organized…

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  • New textbooks are PM’s New Year gift for kids: Zakir

    Staff Correspondent: State Minister for Primary and Mass Education Md Zakir Hossain yesterday said the new textbooks are the Prime Minister’s New Year gift for kids.“The new textbooks fascinate and amuse children, while the smell of the new books excites children. Pages of new books make them curious,” he said…

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  • 80,000 under-graduate teachers in pry schools

    Retention of highly educated teachers challenging Staff Correspondent: Smart citizens are first needed to build a smart Bangladesh. The country’s primary schools will act as the center of this citizen building. The Ministry of Primary and Mass Education is working towards this goal. But there are many debates and criticisms…

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  • No festival this year as new books not ready

    Mahfuz Emran: And the new academic year is starting in just a few days. It has become a tradition to present new books to students through book festival on 1st January. Due to the national elections, the book festival has declined. Although the permission of the Election Commission (EC) was…

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  • New public varsities crying for permanent campus

    Staff Correspondent: Seventeen of the 25 public universities that got approval since 2008 have yet to establish permanent campuses. As a result, educational activities continue to take place in rented buildings, posing complexities for students concluding their academic journeys.For the establishment of a public university, the draft law must be…

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  • Half of students not getting books on time

    6 books yet to print Mahfuja Mukul: Only 11 days left for the start of the new academic year. On the first day of the year, about 4 crore primary and secondary students are eagerly waiting to smell the new books. The students who are curious about the book are…

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  • 944 pry schools to be merged

    Staff Correspondent : There are 944 government primary schools with less than 50 students from 1st to 5th standard in 56 districts of the country are going to merge with neighboring schools. It is reported that such a decision was taken in a coordination meeting of the Department of Primary…

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  • Education lightening remote mountains

    Bihari Chakma, Rangamati: High and low hills all around. A bamboo house hangs over him. Severe fresh water shortage. Electricity is a problem. Herbal treatmentis the hope in sickness and adversity. The way of travel is river or stream. The rest of the way is uphill. Parents of these remote…

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