The Supreme Court today upheld a notice issued by the Dhaka University's Bangla department asking its students to keep their faces, including their ears, uncovered during exams and presentations.
More than 50 teachers of Rajshahi University of Engineering and Technology (Ruet) are staging a sit-in inside the vice chancellor’s office from this morning demanding their due promotion and upgradation.
From proof-reading an email to writing an application to the principal, I was sought to do it all.
All examinations scheduled for Sunday (May 14) in colleges under the National University have been postponed due to the severe cyclonic storm Mocha in the Bay of Bengal
Sitting down with the vice-Chancellor of University of Liberal Arts, Bangladesh (ULAB).
The entrance exam to Dhaka University’s undergraduate programme under the arts, law and social sciences units for the 2022-23 academic session will be held on Saturday
Legal action will be taken against student, teacher, or staff of any educational institution if they are found to be involved directly or indirectly in bullying or ragging
University Teachers' Network today condemned steps by the Dhaka University authority against two teachers, including Prof Imtiaz Ahmed of international relations department, saying that the decisions violate the academic freedom of an academician
The significance of how we learn is understated and in most cases, completely overlooked.
Dhaka University’s attempt to break period-related stigmas and provide easier access to menstrual-hygiene products has hit a snag. Despite the installation of sanitary pad vending machines throughout the campus, many female students are left without the intended benefits due to the machines malfunctioning.
Analysing the notifications, it was found that around 202 corrections were for class six textbooks while 226 corrections were made for class seven for Bangla version. Besides, some 56 corrections were issued in various books for the English version in these two classes
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Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB) Alumnus Md. Wahidul Hasan, a PhD candidate and Research Assistant at the South Dakota Mines, USA, and his team have won the prestigious NASA EPSCoR grant worth USD 750,000 to fund research into the next generation of lithium-sulphur batteries for use in space technology. The grant follows an innovation leading to the use of corn stalk residues to stabilise battery chemistry and nearly double charging capacity of current technology.
Six students from DPS STS School Dhaka secured first place at the NASA Space Settlement Contest 2023.
DU secured the first and second positions while BUET came in third.
BRACU Mongol Tori from BRAC University (BRACU) and AIUB Robotic Crew from American International University, Bangladesh (AIUB) have ranked 9th and 11th respectively in the International Rover Challenge (IRC) 2023.
Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB) Marketing student Aditya Parvez has won bronze in the Deadlifts category at the Asian Powerlifting Championship 2022.
Three teams from Bangladesh have qualified for the IRC 2023 finals.
Anisa Murshed makes the longest thread of beads in one hour.
The winning team is expected to pitch their idea at the World Bank Headquarters.
In 2019, Leuna Tasnim Shammo went viral on social media through her songs. Four years later, this little artiste still dreams about music
Rituraj Bhowmick, a 9-year-old from Bangladesh, has been listed in the Guinness World Records as the 'Youngest Series Book Author’. Now a social media sensation, Rituraj dreams of writing more
The Daily Star honoured students of Edexcel and Cambridge for their outstanding results in O- and A-level examinations at the Mirpur indoor stadium today.
Returning for its 4th instalment, December's Slam Poetry Nights was different in several ways.
The December session arrives on Friday, December 2, at the Gulshan Paara Utshab at 3:00-3:45 PM.