Nahid Warned Private Universities
Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid has cautioned of stern activity against private universities that are not consenting to the law.
"Just 27 private colleges out of 91 have moved to their lasting grounds. A few colleges are running unlawful grounds, acquiring the court's stay request. The private colleges that are not conforming to law will be closed down", he said.
The Education Minister was tending to the 'Authors Reception 2016' sorted out by the University Grants Commission (UGC) at its assembly room in the capital, with UGC Chairman Professor Abdul Mannan in the seat.
UGC granted 71 journalists at the gathering program, which included 59 from state funded colleges, 10 from private colleges and two from UGC. Every one of these creators have been distributed by UGC.
Among others, UGC Member Professor Dr. Dil Afroza Begum, previous Vice-Chancellor of Chittagong University Professor Md. Anwarul Azim Arif and Professor of Department of Islamic History and Culture of Dhaka University Dr. Ayesha Begum, talked on the event.
Nahid commented that most understudies taking degrees by and large training thought that it was hard to secure employments as their subjects were not significant to market reality. "Choice of subjects in advanced education is critical. They ought to pick subjects that help them, all things considered", he included.
The Minister said the administration laid accentuation on specialized training so understudies could land positions both at home and abroad. Nahid said the perusing propensity must be taught and there was no distinct option for books. On distributed, he said, "We need to bear on the custom of composing books. We likewise have a considerable measure to contemplate."
Encouraging educationists to writer books, he said, "The books in advanced education ought to be composed in a straightforward and clear dialect. Furthermore, the more colleges make new information, the more the nation will advance."