The fifth session of the 11th parliament that began today will continue till November 14.
The parliament completes formation of all the 50 parliamentary committees with only 10 sittings of the maiden session of the 11th Jatiya Sangsad.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina tells parliament that the government has taken decision for refining the curriculum of the primary education by 2019-20.
Four more former ministers, who were dropped from Sheikh Hasina's new cabinet, have been made chiefs of the same number of parliamentary standing committees last night.
Six former ministers will lead different parliamentary standing committees.
Four senior MPs of the ruling alliance propose for forming of an all-party parliamentary committee to work out a solution to the Rohingya crisis and repatriate them to their country.
The Jatiya Sangsad constitutes four more parliamentary standing committees on Education, Environment, Liberation War Affairs, and Shipping ministries.
The Jatiya Sangsad forms five parliamentary standing committees on different ministries.
The Awami League and its Grand Alliance partners contested the December 30 election together, but the allies of the ruling party would sit on the opposition bench in the 11th parliament which begins its journey today.
The extended term of reserved women’s seat at the parliament is challenged at court.
The maiden meeting of Awami League Parliamentary Party (ALPP) after the election will be held at the Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban tomorrow.