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Those involved in bank irregularities won’t be spared: Finance Minister

Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal on July 22 reiterated that those who are involved in the banking sector irregularities would not be spared. “We’re already taking steps under the existing law of the land against those who have taken money abroad illegally in the name of export or import as well

More Investment Needs for Youth Development

The experts attended at a seminar urged the private sector to come up with funds for research and innovation, which will help the country to utilize demographic dividend A seminar held on “Realizing the Demographic Dividend: Investment on Young People: Reflection on National Budget 2019-20” organised by the South Asian Network

Kona SL Organizes UL Acquiring and Issuing Training on MasterCard

Kona Software Lab Ltd., the R&D Center and Global Solution Business Wing of KONA I, has recently Organized Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Acquiring and Issuing Training of MasterCard and certificate giving ceremony for Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited. Two full days training session contained both theoretical and hands-on activities. The officials of Islami

ROG STRIX SCAR III: THE NEW DIMENSION OF GAMING LAPTOPS

Designed for pro-level competitive play, the ROG Strix SCAR III delivers the speed, precision, and responsiveness necessary for esports excellence. Its ultrafast display is battle-ready for serious FPS, speedy enough to take full advantage of the triple-digit frame rates pushed out by the powerful GPU. The 15” display offers a

‘THERE ARE TREMENDOUS POSSIBILITIES FOR NRBs HERE AND WE WANT TO ENABLE THOSE POSSIBILITIES’

The current chairman of NRB Global Bank, Nizam Chowdhury says non-resident Bangladeshis (NRB) were neglected in the banking sector despite the huge contribution they make to the economy. This is what prompted him to launch the specialized NRB banking in Bangladesh. Following his footsteps, soon other NRB banks began. With more

21ST CENTURY SKILLS FOR UNIVERSITY GRADUATES IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT

  In the era of fourth industrial revolution, universities - across the globe - are becoming more concerned with employability and offering life skills/soft skills that employers value much. Accordingly, they are designing education systems around the norms of the industrial society. Today’s educators think that future needs to be more

SOCIAL MEDIA: A NEW HORIZON IN E-LEARNING

Social media tools (Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Instagram and others) have created enormous interest among educators to use it as an agent of change in teaching and learning practice because of its openness, interactivity, and sociability. As net generation students highly rely on social media for information and collaboration, educators are

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