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  • For the love of imagination

    Under the joint initiative of United International University (UIU) and The Daily Star (TDS), the latest workshop of Imagine Write Creatively was held at Sir John Wilson School on August 7, 2017.

  • UWC National Committee welcomes new students and alumni

    The National Committee of United World College (UWC) Society for Bangladesh with their newly elected president, Raquib Md.

  • Our heritage is in our hands

    A bundle of balloons flew into the air, marking the opening ceremony of the World Heritage Volunteer (WHV) Campaign at the 17th century Mughal structure

  • AIESEC organises Youth Speak Talk at AIUB

    The Youth Speak Talk is scheduled to take place on August 10, 2017, at American International University Bangladesh (AIUB), Dhaka.

  • Rising Up Against Extremism

    On June 2, the MOVErs organised a dialogue with the youth on the topic of radicalisation followed by a documentary and video message exhibition at a local auditorium in town. Later on in June 4, they arranged a wall art event in front of the Oxford Mission Church School, followed by a cartoon exhibition.

  • Stockholm beckons for Junior Water Prize winners

    Team from Mastermind School wins ticket to Sweden as Bangladesh finds her junior water innovators who would represent the country in the international finals of Stockholm Junior Water Prize.

  • Grooming School Students to Save the World

    The Earth Club of North South University organised the grand finale of its “13th Environmental School Campaign” on June 6, 2017 at the university's Bashundhara campus.

  • Grand Finale of Robi Bangladesh YouthFest 2017 Powered by Sailor at IUB

    “Turn your weakness into uniqueness”, said Motivational Speaker, Mashahed Hassan Simanto at the Grand Finale of Robi Bangladesh Youthfest 2017.

  • Debating within the Walls of an Engineering School

    Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) is widely known for its success in different national and international programming contests, Olympiads and idea generation contests.

  • UHH Distributes Relief at Haor in Sunamganj

    On April 29, 2017, the volunteer organisation, Universal Help Hub (UHH) distributed food, medicine, and other relief items among the haor people in Tahirpur upazila of Sunamganj.

  • An Inclusive Society for the Physically Challenged

    Dhaka University Physically-challenged Development Foundation (DUPDF) organised a day-long “Leadership Training on Inclusive Society and Scribe Award Ceremony 2017”, with the cooperation of Abdul Monem Economic Zone Limited.


    From the grand indoor court, where one was used to the echoes of basketballs being dribbled or the muffled swoosh of a score

  • Ingraining Ideals of International Business

    North South University International Business Club (NSUIBC) organised Globescope 2.0 “Breakthrough to Excellence” on April 4 at NSU AUDI

  • Mama Bari gets International Guests

    Seven years ago on a June afternoon, the young people of a nine-storey Mirpur building wanted to teach the kids of nearby slums.


    In today's world, you (unfortunately) won't find superheroes like Batman or Spiderman, but you will, however, find plenty of superheroes without capes and Nerd Community is such a group of people.


    “This is one of the few competitions in Bangladesh which captures the standard of a global business competition.

  • The Writer's Territory

    On March 23, I went to cover the Imagine Write Creatively workshop at Scholastica, Mirpur campus for the second day.

  • The Role of Youth in Achieving SDGs

    What binds us together is more powerful than what drives us apart.

  • UHH arranges medical camp on the occasion of Independence Day

    As a part of the campaign for building a healthy nation, UHH organised a daylong free medical camp on March 24, 2017, at Kamlapur village of Hariram upazila in Manikganj district.

  • Exercising Young Minds with Challenge-based Learning

    International School Dhaka (ISD) is the only school in Bangladesh to have taken part in the Tournament of Minds (ToM), one of the fastest growing international school competition programmes, where they have achieved prestigious positions for the past two years.

  • NSU MBA Club organise "Start-up Expo 2017"

    Noman Group presents "Start-up Expo 2017" organised by NSU MBA Club was held on February 26, 2017 at the Plaza Area of North South University.


    On February 18, 2017, 566 students were awarded for their outstanding academic performances in the Edexcel International GCSE and A Level Examinations in 2016.

  • MUNers unite at workshop by Drishty Chittagong

    A workshop on Model UN took place on February 3, 2017 in the port city Chittagong organized by Drishty Chittagong, an educational and cultural organization.

  • Youth Parliament to Explore Future Bangladesh

    On February 10, 2017, Dhrubotara Youth Development Foundation (DYDF) organised an event titled “Youth Parliament to Explore Future Bangladesh” where members who were selected from different regions of the country participated in a shadow parliament held at the Pacific Hotel in Sylhet.

  • Knowledge of IT for All

    ACC IT Club recently brought to the students, the 2nd ACC IT Carnival, powered by The Daily Star.

  • Bridging the Divides

    Since October 2010, the United Nations has adopted the first week of February as World Interfaith Peace and Harmony Week.

  • Enhancing Bangla Skills of English Medium Students

    In the month of commemorating the Language Movement, International Turkish Hope School (ITHS) organised 6th Bangla Olympiad on February 11.

  • CIVILFEST 2017

    On February 6-7, 2017, the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEED) at North South University (NSU) orchestrated an event named “CIVILFEST 2017” at the university's state-of-the-art Bashundhara campus.

  • A Carnival for Sports Lovers

    The mornings of January 28 and 29 brought with them an excited buzzing and a crowd of enthusiastic young teenagers dressed in black, scurrying about getting food, banners and other things ready.

  • The Aim of Battling “Presentation Poverty”

    To attain the objective of becoming a middle-income country by 2021, we necessitate outshining contemporaries in the field of business and thus require a superbly skilled workforce that can communicate, present, sell, and lead.