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Sunday 27th of May 2018 05:16 PM

Category: Education

First colleges to teach new vocational T-levels named

Probashbangla24 online Desk : The first schools and colleges to teach new technical qualifications called T-levels have been announced. From 2020, they will offer teenagers in England courses in construction, digital, and education and childcare. Each course will include a three-month work placement and are intended as vocational alternatives to A-levels. Prime Minister Theresa May said…

Student mental health ‘failing a generation’

Probashbangla24 online Desk : British universities say they risk “failing a generation” unless students get better mental health care. A Universities UK report found some students risked “slipping through the gaps” due to a lack of co-ordination between the NHS and universities. The most up-to-date statistics show 146 students killed themselves in 2016. At Bristol, three…

London ranked top city for students

Probashbangla24 online Desk : London has been ranked as the best city in the world for university students. The top 30 rankings for student cities, produced by the QS higher education data analysts, has previously put Montreal and Paris in first place. The ratings are based on factors such as the number of top universities in…

CBI arrests three in NEET-UG exam cheating case

Probashbangla24 online Desk : The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has registered a case to probe alleged irregularities in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test – Under Graduate (NEET) exam and arrested three persons during raids in Delhi, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh. Acting on a complaint from Director NEET – Dr Sanyam Bhardwaj, CBI is investigating…

SSC results Sunday

Bangladesh Dhaka corrspondent : The results of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and its equivalent examinations of 2018 is scheduled to be published on Sunday. According to the custom, Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid along with the chairmen of the education boards will present the summary of the results to the Prime Minister at Ganobhaban at 10am.…

Results of SSC, equivalent exams to be published on May 6

Bangladesh Dhaka corrspondent : Department of Secondary and Higher Education has announced that the results of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination will be published on May 6. Mohiuddin Khan, additional secretary of the department, announced the date on Wednesday. According to the custom, Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid along with the chairmen of the education…

Protests back on, no waiting till May 7

Bangladesh Dhaka corrspondent : Students have announced that the protests seeking a reform of the quota system in the public jobs and exams will continue without a break. News from TSC in Dhaka University is that the Central Committee has announced the protests back on, and that they will not be waiting till May 7. Previously…

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