Inside Education


3 demands of former Chhatra League leaders to the Prime Minister

105 former BCL leaders of Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) have demanded Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to take necessary steps to accept the just demands of the agitating students demanding the resignation of Vice Chancellor Prof Farid Uddin Ahmed. Read More...

SUST students to sit in discussion with the Education Minister again

No solution was reached in the midnight virtual discussion with the Minister of Education Dr. Dipu Moni on Saturday to resolve the ongoing stalemate in Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SHUST). Therefore, the students will sit in discussion with the Minister of Education again on Sunday (January 23) at 1 pm. Read More...

SUST students on hunger strike, 14 in hospital

The ongoing movement demanding the resignation of Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) Vice-Chancellor Farid Uddin Ahmed, 24 students are determined to continue their hunger strike. In between most of the students have been admitted to the hospital. Read More...

Exams postponed without notice, road blockade of 7 college students

Degree students of 7 government colleges affiliated to the Dhaka University (DU) have blocked the Nilkhet junction of the capital in protest of the sudden suspension of ongoing examinations without prior notice. Today, Saturday (January 22) at 9 am, the students who came to the center to take the exam blocked the Nilkhet turn. Read More...

SUST students threatened death hunger strike demanding resignation of Vice Chancellor

Students have threatened to go on a hunger strike to demand the resignation of Farid Uddin Ahmed, vice-chancellor of Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) in Sylhet. Protesting against the one-point demand on Tuesday (January 18), the agitating students have given the Vice-Chancellor till 12 noon today to resign. The students have announced a hunger strike if he does not resign. Read More...

Medical admission test starts on 1st April.

It has been decided to conduct admission test for MBBS course of 2021-22 academic year of government and private medical colleges of the country on 1st April. The decision was taken at a meeting on Monday on the medical admission test. The Department of Health Education will issue a notification in this regard soon. Read More...


Medical admission test starts on 1st April

It has been decided to conduct admission test for MBBS course of 2021-22 academic year of government and private medical colleges of the country on 1st April. The decision was taken at a meeting on Monday on the medical admission test. The Department of Health Education will issue a notification in this regard soon. Read More...

A committee has been formed to investigate the attack on SUST

An eight-member inquiry committee has been formed into the ongoing agitation, students injured in police attacks and emergencies at Shahjalal University of Science and Technology. This Monday (January 17) morning, the treasurer of the university, Prof. Dr. Anwarul Islam confirmed the information of the formation of the investigation committee. Read More...

SUST students in one-point movement demanding the resignation of the Vice Chancellor

The students have announced a one-point agitation demanding the resignation of the Vice Chancellor of Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SHUST) in Sylhet. Hundreds of students have gathered at the university premises to demand the resignation of the vice-chancellor since Monday morning (January 17). They are demanding the resignation of the vice chancellor. Read More...

Lock on SUST provost's room

The agitating students have locked the rooms of Begum Sirajunnesa Chowdhury Student Hall Provost Committee of Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST). They locked the rooms of some members of the provost committee on Friday (January 14) evening. The students have given a 24-hour ultimatum for the resignation of the provost committee, to protest against the abuse and arbitrary behavior of the provost Zafarin Ahmed. Read More...

HSC results may be published in early February

Higher Certificate (HSC) and equivalent results may be released in the first week of February. It is learned that the examination controllers of all the education boards of the country are sitting in a meeting for this purpose on Tuesday (January 11). Read More...

Students do not need to register to be vaccinated

Students will no longer need to register for the coronavirus vaccine. From now on, students will be vaccinated only if they prove their identity, said Education Minister Dr. Dipu Moni. She made the remarks at a briefing at the Secretariat on Monday (January 10). The education minister said, "I will not close the educational institutions now. The educational institutions will continue as they were in a limited range." Those who have been vaccinated with one dose by January 12 will come to class, the rest will take classes online and submit assignments. If everyone gets at least one dose of the vaccine, they will be able to take physical classes from then on. Read More...

Government is thinking of closing down educational institutions

Corona (Kovid-19) infection is on the rise in the country. Besides, like other countries, a new variant, Omicron is spreading in Bangladesh. The government is thinking of closing down educational institutions to prevent this spread. Read More...

15 thousand primary schools have received 300 crore Tk for repairs

15,000 government primary schools will get Tk 300 crore for minor repairs and renovations. Each school will get 2 lakh Tk. Today, Thursday (January 6), the Department of Primary Education has informed that the money of this allocation should not be spent in any other sector and all the details of the money allocated for minor repairs should be sent to the Director of Planning and Development Branch of the Department of Primary Education. This will be done by the field level officials. Read More...

Minister for Freedom Fighters distributed free books in Kaliakair

Freedom Fighter Affairs Minister AQM Mozammel Haque has distributed free books in Kaliakair Upazila of Gazipur district. He distributed free books at Hijalhati Government Primary School on Saturday (January 1) morning. Upazila Nirbahi Officer Tajwar Akram Sakapi Ibne Sajjad, Upazila Education Officer Ramita Islam, Upazila Awami League President Murad Kabir, Upazila Parishad Vice-Chairman Selim Azad, Municipal Awami League President Sarkar Mosharraf Hossain Joy, Atabah Union Chairman Sakhawat Hossain Shakil, and many others spoke on the occasion. Read More...

93.56% pass rate in SSC and equivalent examinations

The average pass rate in this year's Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations is 93.58 percent. The pass rate in SSC examination is 94.08 percent, in Madrasa 93.33 percent and in technical examination it is 88.49 percent. Read More...