Primary Education

Primary school schedules are decreasing – Primary and Mass Education Secretary

Primary and Mass Education Secretary M Akram Al-Hossain has announced to reduce the schedule during the attendance of teachers and students in primary school.
He said this at a meeting with the primary teachers at the Collectorate School ground in Chuadanga district on Friday.



Secretary said that it is not possible to accept new routine students.
For a long time, small children do not want to go to school. Likewise, teachers’ mentality is difficult to keep up. According to the class routine, a child has to come to school at 9 am. And at 4:00 pm. He said a plan to shift all schools is going on. The changes that will be made in one shift will be changed. If it is possible in 5000 schools in the first phase, then 5000 schools will be implemented.
The meeting was chaired by Chuadanga Deputy Commissioner Gopal Chandra Das on Friday morning. Primary and Mass Education Secretary Akram Al Hussein. The meeting was arranged jointly organized by the district administration, Chuadanga and District Primary Education Office.

District Primary Education Officer Mohammad Saiful Islam delivered welcome speech. Soon after, the primary and mass education secretary presented his speech directly.

Among others, Joint general secretary of Primary Teachers Association Swarup Das, president of Damurhuda Upazila Alauddin, president of Alamdanga upazila, Rephaul, Sadar upazila teacher leader Abdul Salam, teachers of Jiban Nagar upazila and all teachers were present.

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4,792 physicians recommended from 39th BCS

Desk, Published 30 april: Bangladesh Public Service Commission (BPSC) has published the results of 39th special BCS to recruit 4,792 physicians.

BPSC chairman Muhammad Sadique confirmed it to shikkhabarta after a meeting at his office on Tuesday.

The viva voice of 39th special BCS was completed on 7 March after the result of preliminary was published on 6 September, 2018.

On 3 August, the preliminary examination of the 39th BCS examination took place. A total of 13,219 passed the exam out of 37,583 candidates.

The results are delayed due to a move to recruit additional 2,250 physicians.

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