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Student attendance low on first day of school reopening

Dhaka, September 13: With limited classes starting in government primary schools, the attendance of junior students on the first day of school opening has been a bit low. Although the student attendance was low, the teachers and students took part in the class activities in compliance with the hygiene rules and maintaining social distancing. If the overall situation is favorable, the number of primary classes may be increased after one week.

Educational institutions to open from Sept 12; One student per bench in primary classes

Dhaka, September 11: Schools and colleges in Bangladesh are going to open from Sunday (September 12), following a hiatus due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. The Directorate of Primary Education (DPE) has issued 16-point guidelines on how to operate after the opening of government primary schools. It said there should not be more than one student per bench to ensure physical distancing.

Students, educational institutions to follow 11 instructions as schools, colleges reopen on September 12

Dhaka, September 9: After being closed for almost a year and a half due to the coronavirus pandemic, all the educational institutions from primary to higher secondary level will reopen on September 12. In the meantime, guidelines have been given to start teaching in classrooms at schools and colleges.

Committee to take measures to prevent public gatherings in the markets

Dhaka, July 29: The local government department has directed to form two committees at the union and ward level as per the decision of the health ministry to take measures to reduce the crowds at markets and tea shops. The local government department issued the directive on Tuesday (July 27) by sending letters to all deputy commissioners (DCs), deputy directors (local government) and upazila executive officers (UNOs).