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No plan to halt classes

There is no plan to close classrooms for Covid-19, Education Minister Dipu Moni said yesterday.

Unicef voices concern over attacks on teachers

Expressing concerns over the recent attacks on teachers in Bangladesh, Unicef has called for ensuring their safety and security.

In the name of dress codes

Dress codes in schools serve a purpose, but often, they hinder students' individual freedoms.

Assessing the fault-lines of the health sector: Implications for future policy response

In light of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the Economics Study Center, University of Dhaka, launched its report titled “Assessing the Fault lines of the Health Sector: Implications for Future Policy Response” at the 3rd Bangladesh Economics Summit on the 19th of September 2020. A subsequent panel discussion was held to discuss the findings of the report, which was chaired by Dr Rumana Haque, Professor, Department of Economics, University of Dhaka and attended by the chief guest, Mr M.A. Mannan, MP, Honorable Minister, Ministry of Planning, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh.

ESC, DU holds third Bangladesh Economics Summit themed around Covid-19 impact

Economics Study Center (ESC), University of Dhaka organised the third Bangladesh Economics Summit under the theme “The Impact of Covid-19: Exposing the Fault Lines of Bangladesh Economy” from 12 September to 19 September 2020.

Describing your university life using anime genres

Adventure: Fresher days are always adventurous no matter which university you’re in. The intriguing thought of entering into a new academic world full of new and wonderful possibilities will always keep you on the edge.

January 24, 2019
January 24, 2019

What are the IELTS essentials?

IELTS is an immensely popular standardised exam of English language proficiency.

November 1, 2018
November 1, 2018

PTE Academic

A common trend among Bangladeshi students and young professionals is to attain higher studies at universities abroad or settle in developed countries. Many reasons exist behind their choices. Education system, job security, or hope for a better life drives them in a quest to the Western frontiers.

October 4, 2018
October 4, 2018

Do's and Don'ts of a CSE Student

Computer Science and Engineering can be a challenging major to deal with. The topics discussed and the lessons imparted here are mostly difficult. By knowing what to do and what not to, one can handle this subject with a bit more ease. The difficulties may not level down, but one can at least overcome them completely or by a long way.

September 27, 2018
September 27, 2018

The real benefits of tutoring

Tutoring is no child's play. It requires a lot of hard work and dedication if you're to teach your pupils. Giving your all when it comes to tutoring does have its benefits. In return, you will get to have a lot more than just money.

August 18, 2018
August 18, 2018

Teach For Bangladesh Fellows work tirelessly to address educational inequity

Teach For Bangladesh Fellows are working tirelessly inside and outside the nation's classrooms to address educational inequity. Join the movement.

August 9, 2018
August 9, 2018
July 12, 2018
July 12, 2018

Curiosa VS Hot Topic

Over the summer holidays last year I had the good fortune of vacationing in Toronto, Ontario. As a Potterhead, there was no way I was going to let this chance of getting my hands on some exclusive merchandise slip by.

June 28, 2018
June 28, 2018

Dealing with rejection from your dream university

University admission tests are around the corner, and all of us have our heart set on a particular university, along with our parents who sometimes get even more anxious than we do. Most of the students of our country dream of making into public universities. Considering the colossal number of students that are going to compete for the somewhat few seats available, it is like a life-and-death moment for the students and their families. Hereby, a rejection can be life-shattering.

April 19, 2018
April 19, 2018

HSC 2018: Panic at the examination centre

The question leak issue has been at play over the past several years and has been rotting the core of our education's assessment system—board examinations. This year however, after the question leaks in the Secondary School Certificate examination (SSC), the authorities have taken stricter measures to prevent question leaks, including social media surveillance and better security around exam centres. It was also announced that all district boards will supply the same question paper, choosing amongst 4 sets of previously prepared question papers, which will be done 25 minutes before the exam. This policy has given birth to a new set of problems.

March 15, 2018
March 15, 2018

What Not to Do During Your Thesis

Be prepared for the nightmare awaiting.