Dhaka, Nov 17 (UNB) – This year’s Primary Education Completion (PEC) and Ebtedayee Examinations for the fifth graders will begin on Sunday.
A total of 27,77,270 students will sit for the exams among which 12,78,000 students are male and 14,98,000 are female.
This time, there will be no MCQ type question in the examination covering total 600 marks for six subjects.
The number of this year’s examinees is 23,472 higher than that of last year.
The two and a half hours tests will start at 10:30 am and end at 1:00 pm.
Meanwhile, vigilance teams have been formed to inspect the exam activities in all districts like previous year, he said, adding that deputy commissioners, police supers, district primary education officers and upazila nirbahi officers have been directed to maintain the law and order in the exam halls.
The exam schedule for PEC: English on November 18, Bangla on November 19, Bangladesh and World Introduction on November 20, Primary Science on November 22, Math on November 25, Religion and Moral Education on November 26.
The exam schedule for Ebtedayee: English on November 18, Bangla on November 19, Bangladesh and World Introduction and Science on November 20, Arabic on November 22, Math on November 25 and Quran and Tajbid and Akaid and Fikh on November 26.
Dhaka, Nov 16 (UNB) - The ‘Gha’ unit re-test for admission into first year Honours courses under the Social Science faculty for 2018-19 academic session of Dhaka University (DU) was held on Friday.
The one-hour test was held from 3pm to 4pm at 19 centres on the university campus.
A total of 18,463 students who passed the admission test held on October 12 sat for the retake against 1,615 seats.
DU Vice-chancellor Prof Dr Md Akhtaruzzaman, Pro-VC (Administration) Prof Dr Muhammad Samad, Treasurer Prof Dr Md Kamal Uddin, Dean of the Social Science faculty and Coordinator of ‘Gha’ unit admission test Prof Sadeka Halim and Proctor Prof AKM Golam Rabbani visited different examination halls at Social Science building of the university.
Comilla University (Cumilla), Nov 16 (UNB) - The viva voce the successful candidates for admission into the first year honours courses at Comilla University (CoU) under 2018-19 academic session will be held on November 25-26.
The oral test will be held at the respective faculties of all three units.
Those who have come out successful in the write tests have been asked to contact with the respective unit office for the viva voce and fill up the department choice forms.
They will have to carry the original copies of SSC and HSC mark sheets and the admit cards of the admission tests.
The final merit list will be published on November 26 at the respective unit and it will also be available on CoU website - www.cou.ac.bd
The admission procedure from the merit list will be held from November 27 to December 6.
The more information related to the admission and viva voce can be found on www.cou.ac.bd
Islamic University (Kushtia), Nov 15 (UNB) – The authorities of Islamic University (IU) in Kushtia published the results of ‘B’ unit admission test under three faculties of the university on Thursday afternoon.
IU Vice-Chancellor Professor M Harun-Ur-Rashid Askari published the results of Arts Faculty, Social Sciences Faculty and Law and Shariyah Faculty around 4:00pm.
Among others, IU Pro-VC Professor M Shahinoor Rahman, treasurer Professor M Selim Toha and proctor Professor M Mahbubar Rahman were present during publication of the results.
The results are now available on the university website at www.iu.ac.bd, the unit coordinator said.
The admission test was held on November 4 where a total of 21,208 admission seekers against 1,035 sat the test.
Islamic University (Kushtia), Nov 15 (UNB) – Islamic University (IU) authorities have introduced the Vice-Chancellor Gold Medal for teachers at the university.
The decision was taken at the 114th academic council meeting held with IU Vice-chancellor Prof M Harun-Ur-Rashid Askari in the chair, sources at the IU registrar office said on Thursday.
IU Pro-VC Prof M Shahinoor Rahman, Treasurer Prof M Selim Toha, IU Proctor Prof M Mahbubar Rahman and IIER Director Prof M Maher Ali were present at the meeting.
The jury board, according to the decision, of the university will select teachers for the medal. The medal will be given from 2017-18 academic session to a teacher each from eight faculties for their outstanding performances in teaching, research and advising.
The IU vice-chancellor told UNB that they introduced the medal to encourage the teachers of the university.