Many private universities are flouting laws as they are running programmes without any approval and carrying out educational activities on “unauthorised” campuses.
Two professors of Independent University, Bangladesh have received prestigious research grants, said a press release.
The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and its equivalent exams are set to begin on November 14, said a board chairman.
Students of eighth and ninth grades will attend in-person classes two days a week from Monday, instead of once in a week.
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This year’s Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and its equivalent examinations are likely to begin on November 14, said an education board chairman.
Twenty science and technology, and general public universities will start holding centralised admission tests from October 17.
The government has approved of another private university, named Sheikh Hasina University of Science & Technology.
Nargis Nahar and eight other girls graduated from class eight together at Sardob High School in 2020 before the pandemic hit. After schools were shut down, she lost touch with her friends.
Most students have been wearing masks and sanitising their hands at the gates of schools and maintaining social distances in the classrooms.
Residential halls of Dhaka University (DU) -- for masters and final-year honours students -- are going to reopen from October 5.