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English Teaching in Bangladesh

Prof. Mustafa Kamaluddin

The popularization of English in this subcontinent was the result of the efforts made by Macaulay-Bentick in the early 19th Century.

Aktel Debate Championship '08
NSU, Cider Int'l School come out winners

Dwaipayan Barua

North South University and Cider International School clinched the championship titles at the school and university level contests at the final round of the debate competition titled “Aktel Debate Championship-2008” held in Chittagong on 17 May, Saturday.

A Mother's thought

Marzia Rahman

If I am asked about the most important person of my life or the supreme reason for my existence, undoubtedly the name flashes before my mind's eye is my daughter- Zakira.

IBA: Transcending the Uncharted Arena

Sohara Mehroze

The roller coaster ride of All-Asians Inter Varsity Debate Competition from 7th to 13th May 2008 unfolded some of the most rewarding debating experiences of my life and ground breaking achievements for Institute of Business Administration (IBA) and Bangladesh in the international arena of debating.

Planning Students Convention at KU

Siddiqur Rahman Apu & S.M. Shah Mahmood

A day-long programme on “Environment and Urban Development” was held at 2ND Academic Building in Khulna University jointly organised by Urban and Rural Planning Discipline (URP) and Bangladesh Institute of Planners to share planning students works and their experiences.

Making of an outstanding teacher

Abdul Mannan

Britain, a country historically known for excellent education system has been struggling to ensure quality education, especially at the high school level for quite some time.

Dhaka Language Club's Seminar
Better Education for Better Bangladesh

Prof Nazrul Islam, Chairman, University Grants Commission proposed that Tk.1000 crore needs to be floated for the development of infrastructure and other facilities of private universities in the country.

An hour with an accomplished academic cum administrator

Dr. M Kaykobad

Initially I thought four weeks of time would be good enough for me to do all things that I planned for before departing for Australia.

Daylong “Leadership Summit” held at East Delta University

Sajal K. Barua

A day-long “Leadership Summit for the Leaders of Tomorrow” was organized by the East Delta University (EDU) on Saturday, the May 10th at its campus in Agrabad Commercial Area, Chittagong.

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