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The Shanghai Secret

Posted October 31st, 2013 by |
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The New York Times October 22, 2013 The Shanghai Secret By THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN SHANGHAI — Whenever I visit China, I am struck by the sharply divergent predictions of its future one hears. Lately, a number of global investors have been “shorting” China, betting that someday soon its powerful economic engine will sputter, as the […]

Education sector at a crossroads

Posted October 14th, 2013 by |
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Education sector at a crossroads The Financial Express, Feb. 1st. 2012 Syed Yamin Bakht The country’s education sector is at a crossroads. Although some progress has been made in the spread of primary education, hardly any improvement has taken place at the secondary level while the quality of higher education has largely declined over the […]

Education, perspective Dinajpur

Posted October 14th, 2013 by |
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Perspective Education – Dinajpur  Atrai, Punorvaba’s this flood plain has a rich educated historyof around 300 years. In 1752,  the architecture of ‘kantaji’ temple or digging of Ram Shagor are glaring examples. The patio, balcony, dance hall and bathing place were built by the  ancestor’s of this population, for the maharajas. There isn’t much has […]

Dinajpur Medical College

Posted October 13th, 2013 by |
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Dinajpur Medical College  Courtesy Financial Express DINAJPUR, Mar 31 2008(UNB): The under-construction 500-bed Dinajpur Medical College Hospital will be fully operational in July this year. Dinajpur Public Works Department is constructing the modern hospital at a cost of Tk 1.46 billion, which is expected to be completed by June. Of the total, Tk 700 million […]

শিক্ষার বিবর্তন – দিনাজপুর

Posted October 13th, 2013 by |
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Evolution in Education- Dinajpur  Inspector of Bengol’s School report – 1873 (31.03)  Dist Name No. of Thana Population Area – sq.km High school Secon dary Primary Normal Girl Total Dinajpur 17 1801924 4074 1 30 376 1 3 411 Rangpur 16 2149972 3476 3 55 347 2 7 414   Educational Institution’s statistics, Dinajpur – 1873 […]

Branding educational institutions in Bangladesh

Posted October 12th, 2013 by |
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between the lines Branding educational institutions in Bangladesh Mamun Rashid 19.07.2011 The Financial Express I was quite intrigued, when a niece of mine studying at Dhaka University’s prestigious business school, IBA (Institute of Business Administration) told me the other day that she expected the business school of North South University to over take IBA within […]

The role of private capital in education sector

Posted August 3rd, 2012 by |
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The role of private capital in education sector Gopal Sengupta from Canada The Financial Express, 3.08.2012 Education in Bangladesh has moved on in four decades since independence – and how. There are few areas of our life that have received such sustained focus during this period – from the government at every level as well […]

Importance of financial literacy

Posted October 11th, 2011 by |
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Importance of financial literacy  Farooq Sobhan The importance of financial literacy is paramount in the age of the global financial crisis. Familiarity with the idea of saving and investing, and knowledge concerning shares, mutual funds, stock exchanges, and various forms of deposits can help a person face life’s financial inconveniences more strongly than ever before. […]

Opening of Rangpur University

Posted April 20th, 2009 by |
Carmichael College Rangpur

Opening of Rangpur University  I have not studied in Carmichael College but I went there for admission, during the late 70’s, and as a young boy from a remote village, admired the monumental building. It looked so tall and huge, magnificent in its look and structure. Line of unknown trees, rows of teachers bungalows, were […]