Bangladesh education | The Daily Star
  • No exams for students of class I-III from 2021

    The government decides that the students of classes I, II and III will not have to sit for any examination from 2021 academic year.

  • Bangladesh Supreme Court

    HC asks govt to make law on education

    The High Court directs the government to formulate a strategic law on education titled ‘Bangladesh Education Code’ in next one year.

  • 532 colleges achieve 100% success

    A total of 532 educational institutions achieve 100 percent pass in the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations across the country.

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    Cheers for girls!

    Girls outshone boys across country in this year’s Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) results. A total of 70.43 percent girls passed the examinations whereas the boys’ pass rate is 67.61, said Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid while handing over the results of HSC and its equivalent examinations to the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina this morning.

  • Pass rate, GPA 5 lower this year

    Total 68.91 percent students pass this year’s Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations across the country which is 5.79 percentage points lower than that of previous year.

  • Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC)

    HSC exams begin

    The Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations for this year have begun. A total of 11,83,686 examinees from 8,864 educational institutions will take part in the examinations.

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    Change law to bar MPs in educational instt: HC

    High Court directs the authorities concerned to take steps in two months for amending the provisions of a law that allows lawmakers to become chairman of the governing bodies of private educational institutions.

  • Huge task ahead as primary education now up to class VIII

    From now on, primary education in the country will be up to class-VIII. The government made the decision yesterday to extend the level of primary education from class-V in light of the National Education Policy 2010.

  • Educational institutions asked to beef up security

    The government directs the country’s all educational institutions to beef up their security measures.

  • Nahid claims ‘overwhelming success’ in education

    Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid claims Bangladesh has achieved “overwhelming success” in the education sector.

  • 10 hurt in BCL infighting at Comilla University

    At least 10 people are injured in a clash between two factions of Bangladesh Chhatra League Comilla University unit over establishing supremacy near Kotbari Government Laboratory School.