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Results of JSC, JDC exams to be published on December 29

Results of JSC, JDC exams to be published on December 29

The results of Junior School Certificate (JSC) and Junior Dakhil Certificate exams will be published on Dec 29. Secretary to the Secondary and Higher Education Division, Sohorab Hossain revealed the information on Tuesday morning. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will publish the results on the day. According to custom, the ministers of education and primary education


Pvt universities must shun profit-making goal: UGC

Stressing the need for the involvement of private sector in expanding higher education, Chairman of the University Grants Commission (UGC) Prof Abdul Mannan said the entrepreneurs of private universities must stick to their purpose to ensure quality education. “The entrepreneurs will have to keep in mind that a private university is not a place of


DU VC for conducting biological research to protect human civilisation

Dhaka University Vice-Chancellor Prof AAMS Arefin Siddique on Saturday underscored the need for conducting biological research on mental function of human being to protect human civilisation. “Scientific research has been developed in the 21st century but humanitarian values have not been increased accordingly. Therefore, a human being is killing another one in the name of

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China and India have the biggest populations in the Asia-Pacific region, and the economic news coming out of both countries usually dominates world headlines. But it’s their relatively small regional neighbors Japan and South Korea that dominate the Reuters Top 75: Asia’s Most Innovative Universities, a list that identifies the educational institutions that are doing

PSC exams being held peacefully in Gaibandha

Primary education completion known as PSC (Primary School Certificate) Exams-2016 are being held in all the seven upazilas of the district peacefully. Assistant District Primary Education Officer M. Asaduzzaman Chowdhury said a total of 51, 650 students registered their names for the exams this year, of them, 48,928 are appearing the exams at 93 centres.


Thousands protest in Poland against education reforms

WARSAW: Tens of thousands of teachers from all over Poland protested in Warsaw on Saturday against education reforms proposed by the right-wing government that critics say could see thousands of jobs slashed. The demonstrators are also concerned over proposed changes to the school curriculum, including the inclusion of “patriotic values” espoused by the ruling Law