The results of the ‘Ga’ unit admission test under faculty of Business Studies of Dhaka University for session 2021-2022 have been published with a pass rate of 14.30%.
DU vice Chancellor prof. Mohammad Akhtaruzzaman unveiled the results on the university website at Abdul Motin Chowdhury virtual classroom around 12.30 pm.
A tolal of 4,289 out of 29,997 students passed the entry test.
Only top 1100 students will be allowed to fill up the subject choice forms against a total of 930 seats.
By providing information, candidates can check their results at admission.eis.du.ac.bd or use the short message service (SMS) available on any mobile operator, said a press release.
For SMS notification of the result, candidates have to type DU KHA [exam roll] in message(sms) option and send it to 16321.
Students have to fill the 'Subject Choice Form' online and submit it between 3 pm of July 6 to 5pm of July 21
Students, who are not happy with their results, can apply for rechecking the exam script from July 6 at Business Faculty dean office of Dhaka University.
Sarwar Hossen Khan topped the merit list scoring 116.75 out of 120 while Anima Parvez Elma stood 2nd scoring 110 out of 120 and Mohammad Abdullah Khan got 3rd position scoring 107.75.
"The admission test result of 'Ka' unit under Science faculty for 2021-22 academic session will be published on July 4.
In Comilla University (Cou) due to the situation arising between the two groups based on the dissolution of the Chhatra League committee, several decisions were taken emergency meeting of the administration.
The authorities have issued the order through an emergency press release signed by the university’s acting registrar Md. Amirul Islam Chowdhury on the day.
The urgent decisions are: University halls will remain closed until further instructions, students staying in halls must vacate the hall by 6 pm today, female students staying in halls must vacate the hall by 9 am tomorrow, all examination activities of the university will be suspended from 10 October to 17 October and all types of transport will be closed to the campus except for the university's own transport and the university's own transport of teachers, officials and employees.
Three school teachers, including a headmaster, have been arrested in Kurigram for their alleged role in the leak of question papers from the ongoing Secondary School Certificate (SSC) exams.
The arrestees have been identified as Lutfur Rahman, the headmaster and secretary of Bhurungamari Nehal Uddin Pilot High School, and two assistant teachers of the school, Zubaiyer Hossain and Aminur Rahman.
A police team conducted a drive in Bhurungamari upazila of Kurigram around midnight on Tuesday and arrested them.
Copies of English 1st paper and 2nd paper of the ongoing SSC examinations went viral on Facebook and WhatsApp on Monday and Tuesday.
Dinajpur Education Board Chairman Prof Quamrul Islam, secretary Prof Zahiruddin, deputy commissioner Rezaul Karim, superintendent of Dinajpur Police Al Asad Mahfuzul Islam, and district secondary education officer Shamsul Alam conducted a probe and found evidence against the trio.
This year's postponed Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations under eleven boards including madrasah (Dakhil) and Technical Education Boards will begin across the country on Thursday.
A total of 2,021,868 students from 29,591 educational institutions will appear in the exams of SSC, Dakhil and SSC (vocational) at 3,790 centres.
A total of 1,599,711 students will participate in the SSC examination under nine general education boards.
Some 268,495 students will appear in the Dakhil exam under Madrasah Education Board while 163,662 students will participate in SSC vocational exam under Technical Education Board.
The SSC exams will start at 11.00am and continue till 1.00pm. The examination was supposed to begin on 19 June, but the Ministry of Education announced the suspension of the SSC and equivalent examinations on 17 June as various parts of the country including Sylhet and Sunamganj were inundated due to severe flood situations.
Students are choosing to commit suicide due to suppressed anger, said Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni. She made this comment in response to questions from journalists after distributing checks to the victims of river erosion at Haimchar in Chandpur on Sunday (September 11).
Dipu Moni said, girls are often victims of eve teasing in various ways. If she can't talk about the problem to her family and not to her teacher, the repressed emotions can lead to suicidal behavior. So, let's talk to our children openly. Try to understand their problems and do it with sensitivity. We should not blame the child if we see any problem in the beginning and tell her 'it's your fault'. We need to teach our children to control their emotions. Such emotions can lead them to commit suicide.
Dipu Moni said, Adolescence is a time when students go through a lot of changes including physical and mental. They don't always get the right information. Parents also do not understand them properly. The school textbooks also don’t inform them about what it is.
Haimchar Upazila Parishad Chairman Noor Hossain Patwari, Upazila Executive Officer Chai Thoaihla Chowdhury, Faridganj Upazila Parishad Chairman Advocate Zahidul Islam Roman were also present at that time.
The SSC and equivalent exams of 2022 will start from September 15. All coaching centers in the country have been ordered to be closed from September 12 to October 2 to ensure proper examination and to avoid question leakage.
The closure order will remain in force for 21 days, right before the examination begins, starting from 12 September to 2 October.
Education Minister Dipu Moni made the announcement while addressing the press after attending the meeting of the national monitoring committee on law and order of the education ministry on Monday.
A notice published today (5 September) by the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education said the theoretical examinations will start on 15 September and end on 1 October.
A total of 2,021,868 candidates have registered to sit for the SSC and equivalent exams for 2022.
The number of candidates has dropped by 221,386 compared to the last year.
Candidates must take their seats at the examination halls 30 minutes before the exam begins. The time given for multiple-choice questions (MCQs) will be 20 minutes and the theoretical examinations will be held for 100 minutes. There will be no break in between, added the official notice.
The SSC candidates have been requested to collect their admit cards from their schools three days prior to the start of exams.
On 17 June, the government postponed this year's SSC and equivalent exams for an indefinite period owing to the worsening flood situations in Sylhet region.
The exams were set to begin on 19 June and end on 6 July.
It was delayed by about four months due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Usually, SSC exams take place in February.
This year's postponed Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations under eleven boards including madrasah (Dakhil) and Technical Education Boards will begin across the country on Thursday. A total of 2,021,868 students from 29,591 educational institutions will appear in the exams of SSC, Dakhil and SSC (vocational) at 3,790 centres.
The SSC and equivalent exams of 2022 will start from September 15. All coaching centers in the country have been ordered to be closed from September 12 to October 2 to ensure proper examination and to avoid question leakage. The closure order will remain in force for 21 days, right before the examination begins, starting from 12 September to 2 October.