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8 July, 2018 00:00 00 AM
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MPO for private institutions

Online application call likely this week

STAFF REPORTER

The advertisement for online application for inclusion of educational institutions under Monthly Pay Order (MPO) facilities may be issued this week. Education ministry sources said the technical committee for it is working on making the software, which would be used for the online applications from non-government educational institutions. The technical committee said they had held a meeting on July 5 in this regard, and there will be another on Monday for further work on it. “We are working on making the software. We would again meet on Monday to finalise the software and how the information would be taken. It might take one or two days for further testing,” The technical committee head Md Fashiullah, who is also the director general of Bangladesh Bureau of Educational Information and Statistics (BANBEIS), told The Independent yesterday (Saturday).

Asked when the advertisement would be issued for applications, he said: “It is hard to say, but it might be next week or at the most within this month.”

He said the work is going on swiftly, as it is the most pressing issue right now for thousands of teachers and employees of non-government educational institutions.

Ministry sources said the technical committee would receive the applications and make gradation of the educational institutions based on various indicators. Then the committee would send the ranking of the institutions to the selection committee.

The educational institutions would be brought under gradation, in keeping with several indices of the MPO policy 2018.

Teachers and employees of non-government educational institutions are continuing their hunger-strike for realising their demand for bringing the institutions under MPO facilities.

 General secretary of the Federation of Teachers and Employees of Non-Government Educational Institutions, Principal Dr Binoy Bhushan Roy, told The Independent yesterday that they are yet to get a proper response from the government.

 “We are continuing our movement. No one from the government has met us to discuss our demand. We have heard that the government is working on it. But we will not budge unless our demand is fulfilled,” he added.  With teachers away from classrooms staging a movement on the streets of the capital, many students are being deprived of education.

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