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JS body on education holds meeting

BSS, Dhaka

Parliamentary Standing Committee on Ministry of Primary and Mass Education held its 5th meeting at Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban yesterday. Committee Chairperson Muhammad Afsarul Ameen presided over the meeting, said a press release.

Committee members Deputy Minister of Education Mohibul Hasan Chowdhury, Abdus Sobhan Mia and Golam Kibria Tipu were present at the meeting.

At the meeting, detailed discussion was held on making technical education mandatory in the education curriculum of class 6 to 10. The committee also held an elaborate discussion regarding the amendment bill of the existing ‘International Mother Language Institute Act, 2010’ and placed a recommendation to pass the bill in the Jatiya Sangsad. The committee also made a recommendation to take necessary steps for making the Secondary Educational Board’s activities more fruitful and effective in upazila level. The meeting was informed that the madrasa and technical institutes can obtain approval for founding educational institutes from particular authority by fulfilling specific requirements and conditions.

ULAB hosts CETL conference

Staff Reporter, Dhaka

Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) at the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) held its 2-day conference titled “1st CETL Conference on Higher Education In Pursuit of Quality in Higher Education: Challenges Ahead’ at ULAB auditorium in the capital’s Dhanmondi area, says a press release.

Professor Kazi Shahidullah, PhD,  chairman of University Grants Commission of Bangladesh was present as chief guest while Professor Vincent Chang, PhD, vice chancellor of BRAC University was present as keynote speaker on the first day of the conference yesterday. ULAB Vice Chancellor Professor Dr HM Jahirul Haque presented the welcome speech. Emphasizing on quality education the UGC chairman said, “The most important problem in higher education is quality. This problem exists in both public and private universities. We have no quantitative problems in higher education.”  Prof Dr M Omar Rahman, VC of Independent University Bangladesh; Professor Syeda Tahmina Akhtar, director of Institute of Education and Research at Dhaka University; Professor Imran Rahman, dean of ULAB School of Business and Professor Rezwan Khan, director, Institute of Engineering and Scientific Research, United International University and Professor Imran Rahman  participated in the plenary session.

 

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