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Prospects of virtual education

Preventing the spread of COVID 19 among the students from all level, educational institutions of Bangladesh had to be declared close in mid March and so uncertainty prevailed in this sector since then. With the support of digital equipment, some universities attempted to go for online education through some difficulties. Things

Stamford University holds virtual freshmen orientation

English Department from Stamford University Bangladesh organized virtual welcoming program on July 8 Country's leading private educational institution Stamford University Bangladesh welcomed the new students for English Department admitted into undergraduate program for Summer 2020 amid the current pandemic crisis. The department organised a virtual "Freshman Orientation" program on 8 July at 4

AIUB enables virtual classrooms with Microsoft

As schools around the world respond to COVID-19, the need for remote learning tools has never been more urgent. American International University Bangladesh (AIUB), one of the leading private universities in the country is enabling virtual learning for 13,000 students with Microsoft 365 Education, which provides a customized hub for

Research Paper For Sale

There are various resources to discover a research paper available. A business may have it on consignment, a hobbyist can lease it, even a student can find a professor to give it to them etc. Research papers can be rented by a student from the library at a publication. The world

Academic institutions to remain off till August 6

In a bid to stop the further spread of coronavirus the Ministry of Education has decided to extend the shutdown of schools and colleges across Bangladesh till August 6. Primary and Mass Education Secretary Md Akram-al-Hossainon said to Fintech today, “The existing closure of schools and colleges across the country will

DPS School undertakes proactive measures to assist parents and students

The pandemic has been a time where patience and perseverance have been the two most important assets. Through these times of hardship, DPS STS School has undertaken many proactive measures for students and parents in various ways. Earlier, the School had already communicated with the parents that all due tuition fees

Academic institutions not opening now: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on May 31 ruled out the possibility of opening educational institutions immediately. She said, students are the future of the country and the government does not want to put them at risk. She also said, "Educational institutions may not be opened but we want to advance step by step