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College admission results published

WT 24 Desk The results of the first merit list for college admission for the academic session 2015-16 were published on the ministry website on Sunday midnight. The results were published on the website around 12:10am, Dhaka Education Board chairman ...

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Chile education chief out amid reform protests

WT24 Desk SANTIAGO- Chile’s President Michelle Bachelet abruptly sacked her education minister Saturday in a bid to assuage protests against her government and an education reform plan, AFP reports.  Nicolas Eyzaguirre paid the price amid a series of large-scale demonstrations ...

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HSC admission results likely by tomorrow

Two days after the government failed to publish the results of the first merit list for class XI admission due to technical glitch, Professor Abu Bakkar Siddique, chairman of Dhaka Education Board, today expressed hope that it will be published ...

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Tk. 119 crore budget for JU

  WT24 Desk The authority of Jahangirnagar University (JU) today placed Tk 119.00 crore budget for the fiscal year 2015-2016, agencies report.  Treasurer of the university Professor Dr. Abul Khair placed the budget at the annual senate meeting held at ...

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Academic activities at MBUST resume tomorrow

WT24 Desk Academic activities at Mawlana Bhasani Science and Technology University (MBSTU) will resume tomorrow after one and a half months of suspension of the same due to unrest on the campus, agencies report.  All residential dormitories will be reopened ...

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BUET closed sine die over exam chaos

WT24 Desk Authorties of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology closed the university for an indefinite period after vandalism on the campus by some students. Students have been asked to vacate campus premises by 5:00pm Thursday, an emergency notice put ...

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New York schools to mark Lunar New Year

WT24 Desk NEW YORK – The Lunar New Year is now an official holiday in New York public schools, allowing tens of thousands of Asian families to celebrate without children missing class, the mayor said Tuesday, AFP reports.  Progressive Democrat ...

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