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Japanese delegation meets DU VC

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Campus Report

A four-member delegation led by Prof Dr Yoshio Maeda of Okayama University, Japan called on Dhaka University (DU) Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Md. Akhtaruzzaman on Saturday at his residential office of the university. Other team members were Prof Dr Miyuki Yoshikawa, Dr Yasushi Iwabuchi and Dr Fukukk. [caption id="attachment_27097" align="alignleft" width="640"]DU_Japan A four-member delegation led by Prof Dr Yoshio Maeda of Okayama University, Japan ...

Imbalanced assessment in higher education: Will it be reviewed?

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Mili Saha

A widespread issue is the poor standard we maintain in our higher education system. I often talk to my colleagues or students teaching in different universities or colleges about it, and I debate as well. Everyone has the same view, in spite of having many universities, we cannot upgrade the quality of education. Moreover, experts frequently complain it is even degrading, and higher education learners do not have to read many things. Only five percent of them write well in the test books. Some of us accuse infrastructural scarcity and administrative flaws as well. Sometimes teachers' professional sincerity, teaching methods, and teacher qualifications are also questioned.  However, I am never much...

Japanese Professor meets DU VC

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Professor Dr Yasushi Makihara of Osaka University, Japan called on Dhaka University (DU) Vice-Chancellor (VC) Prof Dr Md Akhtaruzzaman today at his residential office of the university. Professor of the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of DU Dr Md Atiqur DU-hallRahman Ahad was present on the occasion, reports BSS. During the meeting, they discussed various issues including the possibilities of undertaking joint collaborative academic and research programmes between the University of Dhaka and the Osaka Un...

UK Education Expo 2018

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AHZ Associates, a leading representative of higher education institutions based in the United Kingdom is hosting the biggest UK Education Expo in Dhaka and Sylhet. This is the second year and third expo is going to take place in Bangladesh organized by AHZ Associates. With over top 20 UK Universities, the expo will take place on 21 April in Dhaka and 23 April in Sylhet in association with Pearson Edexcel. The expo will be a great platform for students, teachers and other professionals with an opportunity to meet representative and delegates from more than 20 renowned British higher education institutions. University delegates will be attending the expo who will offer free counselling and spot admission assessment to students directly. Scholarships will be available

Cadet College Club to celebrate 14th founding anniversary

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Cadet College Club (CCCL) members are all set to celebrate the 14th founding anniversary on 14th April (Pohela Boishakh) of the prestigious club. The club has taken weeklong program to celebrate the occasion. The club arranged different game completion like table tennis, badminton, carom and chess for educationthe members from 27th March, 2017. Swimming completion already held on 1st April for the members and their children. Members’ children also took part in different complet...

HSC exams begin tomorrow

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Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations of 2017 will begin across the country tomorrow. A total of 11,83,686 examinees from 8,864 educational institutions will take part in the examinations. Of the total candidates, 6,35,697 are male and 5,47,989 female. The theoretical examinations will continue till May 15, while practical examinations will be held from May 16-25, education ministry sources said. Earlier, Education Minister Nurul Islam