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    Question Paper Leak: Govt to go all out to stop it

    The government is going to take all-out measures to prevent question leak, said Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid.

  • Question-Paper Leaks: Nahid blames it on some teachers

    Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid yesterday apparently expressed his helplessness in checking the leak of question papers for different examinations, once again holding a section of teachers responsible.

  • Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid talks on free textbooks distribution

    Be entrepreneurs, not wait for jobs: Nahid

    Instead of waiting for jobs, the country’s youths should try to be entrepreneurs and innovative minded to meet the demand of the market, Education Ministry Nurul Islam Nahid says.

  • HSC Result

    The education minister's dilemma

    Those who have done well in the higher secondary exam results on Thursday (August 18, 2016) have earned the right to show their exuberance as depicted in the media.

  • Five steps to make it happen

    On May 19, The Daily Star headline announced, "From now on, primary education in the country will be up to class-VIII". The decision had been taken and made public by the Minister of Education, Nurul Islam Nahid.

  • Injustice done to him

    An education ministry probe committee found no evidence that Shyamal Kanti Bhakta had hurt anyone's religious sentiment though, on this allegation, the Narayanganj headmaster was publicly humiliated on a local lawmaker's instruction.

  • Nahid orders investigation

    Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid yesterday asked the deputy commissioner of Kushtia to investigate the incident of a

  • Shyamal Kanti Bhakta

    Teacher’s humiliation: Minister assures steps after probe

    As probe begins into the humiliation of a Narayanganj school headmaster, education minister assures that steps will be taken on the basis of recommendations by a probe body.

  • Minister orders probe in 'rape of teacher' by headmaster

    Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid ordered an investigation into the incident of a teacher being allegedly raped by the headmaster in Kushtia.

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    3-member body to probe Narayanganj teacher insult

    Terming the insult of Narayanganj school principal in presence of a lawmaker "unacceptable", education minister says he is embarrassed at the incident. A probe body has been formed to investigate the matter.

  • 148 school managing bodies scrapped for taking extra fees

    Education ministry dissolves managing committee of 148 non-government schools under Rajshahi education board for taking extra money in tuition fees and registration fees for the SSC examinations.

  • 82,500 get primary terminal scholarships

    A total of 82, 500 students got scholarships in the Primary Terminal Examinations 2015 this year which has increased by 27,500 compared to the last year, Primary and Mass Education Minister Mustafizur Rahman announces.

  • HSC exams begin on Sunday

    This year's Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations will begin on Sunday across the country, says Education

  • 1,209 schools get show-cause notice

    The education ministry has served show-cause notices to 1,209 institutions for not responding to an earlier order to pay back the additional exam fees that they charged students before the last year's Secondary School Certificate exams.

  • Show-cause issued for 1,209 edn institutions

    The government serves show-cause notices to 1,209 educational institutions, including many top ranking ones, for not responding to the ministry over the allegation of taking extra admission fees, the education minister says.

  • Two schools to adjust additional amount

    Two private schools in the capital have announced they would adjust the additional money they had collected as tuition fees with the fees for February in compliance with a government order.

  • Rein in on ad-hoc school fees

    We would like to appreciate the stance taken by Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid with regards to the freestyle manner in which some schools have collected additional tuition and registration fees from SSC examinees.

  • Refund extra fees or face legal action

    Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid yesterday reaffirmed that legal action would be taken against the education institutions failing to return additional fees within the deadline.

  • Return extra fees or face action: Minister to schools

    Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid once again warns of legal actions if schools fail to return additional tuition and registration fees collected from SSC examinees by the next seven working days.

  • Return extra fees

    Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid yesterday asked the educational institutions to return within seven working days the additional money they had collected as tuition fees and registration fees for the SSC examinations.

  • No extra marks to raise pass rate: Nahid

    Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid yesterday said there was no instruction from the government to give higher scores to the

  • Textbooks on time

    More than 44 million primary and secondary level students are set to receive new textbooks on the first morning of 2016, as around 33 crore copies of textbooks are ready for free distribution.

  • Pay-scale demo postponed on minister’s assurance

    Public university teachers demanding separate pay scale postpone their demonstration till November 1 following an assurance by Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid.

  • Students to get textbooks on time: Nahid

    Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid today assured that the printing of textbooks would be completed on schedule and school students would get them by the start of next year.

  • Teachers to inspect educational institutions: Nahid

    The chiefs of school, college, madrasa and technical educational institutions will inspect other similar institutions from now on to evaluate their performance, Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid says today.

  • Govt to control staffing in pvt education bodies

    The government plans to regulate staffing in non-government schools, colleges and madrassas, Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid said today.

  • Carry on regular activities, Nahid to public university teachers

    Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid urges the teachers of the public universities to carry on the regular educational activities rather than getting worried about the pay scale.

  • HSC results tomorrow

    The results of Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations will be published tomorrow.

  • Education budget lamentable

    It is no wonder that Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid is lamenting the poor budgetary allocation for his ministry, with only Tk. 4000 crore allocated for educational development purposes, while other ministries have been given Tk. 16,000 crore to realise their development objectives.

  • Govt determined to hold HSC exams in time: Minister

    The government is determined to hold the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations as per the schedule despite hartals and ongoing blockade, the education minister Nurul Islam Nahid said.

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