• Discovering the next WhizKid PWK-Presentation WhizKids 2016

    Whatever discipline you may belong to, the one thing that you will face are presentations, and real tough ones too.

  • Emotional Intelligence for Success

    The companies worldwide routinely look through the lens of emotional intelligence while hiring, promoting, and developing their employees.

  • Encouraging the Pioneers of Tomorrow

    Toppers from schools across the country were acknowledged for their exceptional results at Cambridge's Outstanding Learner Awards ceremony, held on November 27 at the Westin Dhaka.

  • BUP Cultural Fest 2016: Indulged in Festivity

    Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP) has succeeded to awe everyone with their recently organised “BUP Inter-University Cultural Fest 2016 - Powered by Infoworld”.

  • IBA wears Unilever bizMaestros 2016 crown

    Beating 283 teams from top universities of the country, Team Potter from IBA, University of Dhaka became champions of Unilever BizMaestros 2016.

  • The Art of Imagination

    Working for SHOUT has many perks, one of which is that I get to go to some very inspiring events. On November 10, I got to visit Mount Royal Academy in Narayanganj for an 'Imagine – Write Creatively' workshop.

  • Imagine, Write and Repeat

    As an occupational advantage I get to go to fascinating places. This one took me outside of the racket of Dhaka to ABC International School, Narayanganj on November 10, 2016.

  • A STEP TOWARDS STUDYING IN MALAYSIA

    Fast Track Educational Services held their yearly flagship Malaysia Education Lead Meet 2016 on November 11, 2016 at Platinum Suites Hotel in Banani, Dhaka.

  • Briefing session of Hult Prize 2017 held at BRAC University

    Hult Prize is the world’s largest students’ business competition which encourages generating one big idea that can change the world.

  • CHANNELLING CREATIVITY

    Stepping back into International Turkish Hope School's main auditorium on November 3, a few short months after graduation, was a trip of nostalgia.

  • A Timely Portrayal of a Classic

    Scholastica's senior students of the Senior Campus Uttara showcased Animal Farm through a Bangla lens at their annual production on October 27-28, 2016.

  • A Promise of Education for All

    Agami Education Foundation (AEF) conducted its second fundraising event on October 21, 2016 at the Dhaka Residential Model College Auditorium.

  • DCJMUN'16: DELEGATES OF PORT CITY GET TOGETHER

    Drishty Chittagong Junior Model United Nations Conference'2016 (DCJMUN) - the academic simulation of a United Nations conference took place from October 13-15, 2016 in the port city of Chittagong organised by Drishty Chittagong. The event was partnered by The Daily Star.

  • BETTER CHANGE FOR A BETTER CITY

    Over 50 percent of the world's population now live in cities all around the world and by the year 2050, the proportion is estimated to increase beyond 65 percent.

  • Young Minds, Incredible Ideas

    The current age has already marked itself as the age of digitalisation. With the help of modern technology that has enabled global connectivity and easy availability of information, the youth of today have taken great steps towards making a positive impact across the communities they belong to.

  • Corporiddlerz 2016: Explore to Excel

    Corporiddlerz is a unique business strategy competition hosted by Business and Communications Club of Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUPBCC).

  • Part of an Inspirational Story

    Located in Narayanganj is a school of very modest proportions that dares to dream beyond its borders and limitations.

  • Delegates shine at UNYSAB MUN 2016

    The largest international model United Nations conference outside Dhaka, the UNYSAB Model United Nations (UNYSAB MUN) 2016 was held on September 29 to October 2 at University of Rajshahi.

  • BIMSSCON 2016 - Connecting aspiring health professionals

    It is a common myth that medical students are so indulged in their academics that they can barely manage time for co-curricular activities or social interactions.

  • An invitation to #BeLimitless

    Event 52 is organising a daylong event “Limitless”, which is a youth-based grooming session for students from all over Bangladesh, that will be held on October 29, 2016 at Krishibid Institute Bangladesh, Farmgate, Dhaka.

  • Jahangirnagar University Photographic Society

    JUPS organise Step Out

    Jahangirnagar University Photographic Society (JUPS) organised a 4-day long inter-university photography exhibition titled “Step Out” on September 27, 2016.

  • Youth Carnival: A Network to Count On

    Youth Carnival (YC) is trying to break the boundary of differentiating between learning and memorizing, and to create a platform to connect the youth of the country with the opportunities, home and abroad.

  • “Show, don't tell.”

    On September 22, The Daily Star (TDS) and United International University (UIU) carried out their latest instalment of their collaboration, IMAGINE Write Creatively, at the Oxford International School in Dhanmondi.

  • Bringing out Competitiveness within the School

    With 163 delegates, Oxford International School (OIS) hit off its first intra-school Model United Nations (MUN) for two days on September 23 and 24.

  • Borrowing Colours from Fiction

    Borrowing Colours from Fiction

    Josephite Drama Group (JDG) of St. Joseph Higher Secondary School, Dhaka arranged “Drama & Cosplay Festival”, powered by Pran Lacchi from September 22 to 23, 2016 first time in high school level to celebrate the festivity and creativity that revolves around and within us.

  • Digitalising Libraries to Enlighten the Modern Youth

    Digitalising Libraries to Enlighten the Modern Youth

    Wisdom, gained from knowledge, is the light that carries civilisations through the darkness of ignorance. Knowledge on the other hand comes from information.

  • For the Special Ones

    For the Special Ones

    InclusionX, a youth-based community service organisation aimed at bridging the gap between people with intellectual disabilities and the rest of the society, organised “InclusionX Cultural Day 2016” to celebrate the diverse talents of children with intellectual disabilities.

  • Eid for Everyone

    Eid for Everyone

    On a bright sunny morning in March, three 11th graders of Rajuk Uttara Model College came up with the idea of launching their own non-profit organisation.

  • Empowering the Youth to Transform Society

    Empowering the Youth to Transform Society

    PRODIGY (Promoting Democratic Inclusion and Governance through Youth) was a 21-month long project of the British Council that started in September 2014 with an aim to increase peaceful civic participation in local governance in Bangladesh by empowering the youth through capacity development.

  • An open platform for Bangla Debaters

    An Open Platform for Bangla Debaters

    The Communications Club of North South University (NSUCC) hosted a series of Bangla debating events under the label of “NSU Dialogue” from August 31 to September 3.

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