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  • Bangladesh High Court

    Teachers can't take coaching classes

    The High Court yesterday upheld the government policy framed in 2012 to stop “coaching business” by the teachers of government and private educational institutions.

  • PM orders MPO process, teachers end hunger strike

    Teachers call off their hunger strike today after Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina orders to initiate the process of enlistment into the Monthly Payment Order (MPO) system.

  • ACC nets 8 over different scams

    In 2013, five employees of the Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education (DSHE) drew two months' salary of 265 teachers and employees.

  • Creative method still ineffective

    Teachers of more than 40 percent secondary schools still cannot set question papers in creative method though seven years have gone since its introduction, according to a government report.

  • 82 schools closed as teachers go on picnics

    Keeping 82 government primary schools in Parbatipur upazila closed, at least 265 teachers along with their family members went on picnics on Saturday, angering parents.

  • Most teachers do not know what it is

    More than half of the 100 primary school teachers, who took part in a survey, are still unclear about creative education method introduced five years ago to bring a qualitative change.

  • Classes resume at public universities

    Classes resumed at all the 37 public universities yesterday after seven days of work abstention by the teachers over “pay disparity” in the new pay scale. The strike was postponed upon assurance from the prime minister.

  • Teachers call off strike

    Public university teachers will return to classes today as they have decided to suspend their work stoppage observed for seven days over “pay disparity” in the new pay scale.

  • Solution in short time

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday assured agitating public university teachers that she'd deal with their demands so that the ongoing stalemate over "disparities" in the new pay scale could be resolved in the quickest time possible, claimed teachers.

  • Teachers meet PM today

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will sit today with a delegation of public university teachers agitating over "pay disparities" in the eighth national pay scale to discuss the ongoing stalemate at the universities.

  • Strike, talks go on

    Agitating public university teachers have vowed to continue their movement, but said they would also hold talks with the government simultaneously to realise their demands.

  • Of 'anomalies' and confusions

    It was supposed to get praise but all it generated was bitterness. The eighth National Pay Scale should have come as good news for the public servants as it will give them more money in the pocket and a number of other perks.

  • Teachers go on nonstop strike Jan 11

    The Federation of Bangladesh University Teachers' Association (FBUTA) will begin indefinite work abstention at all public universities

  • Public university teachers’ pay to get reviewed

    Government forms cabinet committee to review pay structure of public university teachers after months of protests. The teachers have been terming the latest pay structure "disgraceful and discriminatory".

  • It’s time for Muhith to resign: FBUTA

    Teachers of 37 public universities across the country go on a work abstention today demanding a separate pay scale to settle their salary discrimination.

  • Public university teachers call strike Sep 8

    Public university teachers call a strike for September 8 across all state-run universities demanding revision of the proposed 8th national pay scale and a separate one for them.

  • Abu Sayeed

    3 madrasa teachers held for torturing student

    Police picks up three madrasa teachers in Dinajpur Sadar Upazila for their alleged involvement in torturing a student accused of stealing.