Higher Education

Higher Education

The indomitable journey of Ashutosh

If everything goes according to plan, Ashutosh Nath would be heading towards the US soon. Ashutosh works as an office assistant at the attorney general’s office at the moment

Ashutosh is going to University of Massachusetts Boston to do PhD in Medicine and Synthetic Organic Chemistry

US offers Master’s degree for Bangladeshi students, professionals

The US is offering master’s degree to Bangladeshi students and young professionals free of cost

US offers Master’s degree for Bangladeshi students, professionals

Fully funded ADB scholarship for 300 students to study in 9 countries including NZ, USA

300 students will receive the scholarship to study at a university in nine countries namely New Zealand, Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, India, Pakistan, the Philippines and the USA

Fully funded ADB scholarship for 300 students to study in 9 countries including NZ, USA

Minister hints at reopening schools, colleges after Eid

Education minister Dipu Moni has said if the infection rate of coronavirus continues to increase, the ongoing shutdown of education institutions at primary, secondary and higher secondary is likely ...

Minister hints at reopening schools, colleges after Eid

Rethink discriminatory aspects of draft education law

The education policy of 2010 formulated by the Awami League government was praised by all. But it is not enough to formulate a good policy, it has to be implemented.

Rethink discriminatory aspects of draft education law

Draft education act: Coaching, guidebooks remain

This time the education ministry has not only given opportunity to the guidebook traders but has also moved to ban publishing textbook-related content and possible questions and answers in newspapers ...

Draft education act: Coaching, guidebooks remain

Interview of M Niaz Asadullah

'Patriarchy still shapes actual fertility decision-making'

M Niaz Asadullah, professor of economics at the University of Malaya, finds a growing gender balance in fertility preference in Bangladesh

'Patriarchy still shapes actual fertility decision-making'

The indomitable girls from the tea garden

This year the IDLC-Prothom Alo Trust's “Odditiya” scholarship is awarded to 10 girls, who are children of tea garden workers in Habiganj and Moulvibazar districts

The indomitable girls from the tea garden

60.5pc in favour of reopening schools: Survey

More than 60 per cent of respondents of an online survey said that the schools of the country should be reopened in a short time

60.5pc in favour of reopening schools: Survey

National university exams postponed

Following the announcement by education minister Dipu Moni, the National University authorities have decided to postpone their ongoing examinations until further notice

National university exams postponed
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