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  • A-Level Exams Today: Covid worries weigh on many students, parents

    Advanced Level examinations of the October and November session are set to begin today amid the coronavirus pandemic, leaving many candidates and their guardians in utter dismay and anxiety.
  • Huge potential lies in electronic procurement

    Despite some loopholes, the implementation of an electronic system for public procurement, replacing paper-based lengthy process, has been a boon for Bangladesh as it is saving millions of dollars and reducing time in the bidding process, the World Bank said.
  • Holding O, A Level Exams: British Council gets govt nod

    The government gave approval to British Council to administer Ordinary and Advanced Level examinations in October and November while students continue protests demanding the cancellation of exams amid the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Govt procurement: Gifts, trips secure contracts

    Bidders need to give bribes in the form of financial benefits, arrange trips and host dinners for government officials to win public procurement contracts, says a World Bank report.
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    No assessed grades for upcoming O/A level exams: British Council

    Ordinary and Advanced level examinations for the October-November session will not be assessed based on predicted grades, British Council Bangladesh has said quoting Cambridge Assessment International Education and Pearson’s Edexcel examination boards.