Education articles

CoU 1st year classes to begin on February 26

Mayen Uddin Elahi, CoU Correspondent The classes for first year Bachelor (Honors) courses under the academic session 2016-2017 of Comilla University (CoU) will begin on February 26, 2017 Sunday. Mujibur Rahman Majumdar, Registrar of the university confirmed the schedule. The decision came up on February 12, 2017 Sunday following a meeting of university academic council

Debate on Birganj school committee Formation spoils life of learners

Abdur Razzaque, Dinajpur Two committees at a school engaged to battle each other that push the school without students. The outgoing committee goes out and a new committee has been formed without consulting everybody that creates the present situation. Some teachers are coming but the students got frighten and they are not coming. It happened

Note, guide books selling at Pathorghata libraries randomly

Joydev Roy, Barguna Banned note and guild books like Jupitar,Diganta,Deepshikha,Popy, Panjery,Puthiniloy, Squire and Janani are selling broad day light at the markets of Pathorghat and other upazilas breaking the standing laws and regulations before the eyes of the law enforcers, the locals alleged. Guardians told almost all the teachers instructed disciples to purchase such note

Due to TK 61 thousand payment electric pole In school ground not removed!

Nalitabari(Sherpur) Correspondent District Rural Electrification Board demands taka 61 thousands for removing an electric pole installed in the middle of school ground and Kapasia Shaheed Memorial High School fails to pay the money. As a result for 15 years the boys and girls of the school have been suffering from the fear of accident that

SSC and equivalent exams begin today

The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations of 2017 under ten education boards across the country began on Thursday. This year, 17,86,613 students — 9,10,501 boys and 8,76,112 girls are taking part in the examinations. The examinations start at 3,236 centres all over the country at 10:00 am. Of them, 14,25,900 students are appearing

Extracurricular activities to flourish children’s talents stressed

Arranging more extracurricular activities for the adolescents and children in primary, junior and high schools along with their regular studies has become imperative to properly flourish their latent talent. Speakers expressed the view at inaugural ceremony of the two-day Children Fair-2017 organised by Nilphamari District Information Office (DIO) on the ‘Unmukto Manacha’ ground in Nilphamari

Lecturer manhandled at Fulbari Madrasha

Fulbari(Kurigram) Correspondent Students began to leave classes in protest of manhandling a lecturer of Shahbazar A H Kamil Madrasha situated at Fulbari under Kurigram district. It is learnt that two junior teachers of the same madrasha recently bit the Mathematics teacher Jahangir Alam what enraged the students. The incidence occurred on Monday. The accused teachers