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Dhaka, July 19: In the case of cheating and issuing fake certificates in the name of coronavirus sample testing, JKG Healthcare's top officer Dr. Sabrina Arif and her husband Ariful Chowdhury have been sentenced to 11 years imprisonment each. Dhaka Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Tofazzal Hossain announced the verdict on Tuesday (July 19) around 12:30 pm.
Dhaka, May 7: Bangladesh ranks fifth among all countries in the world in dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. On the other hand, Bangladesh ranks highest among the South Asian countries. This information came up in the ‘Nikkei Covid-19 Recovery Index’ published by Japan-based Nikkei Asia on Thursday (May 6).
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, April 28: Sajeeb Wazed Joy, Information Technology Adviser to the Prime Minister, elaborated on how Bangladesh is moving forward with the benefits of digitalisation as employment and economic growth are declining around the world due to the pandemic.
Dhaka, March 15: After two long years, school-college teaching is back to normal. All schools, colleges, madrasas and universities in the country were declared closed from March 17, 2020 after the coronavirus infection. After that the educational activities continue online. But students and parents are out of breath as the school-college has been closed for a long time. After that there were demands to open schools and colleges at different times.
Dhaka, January 11: Coronavirus infection has started to increase again in the country. In this situation, the government is going to impose restrictions to prevent upward transmission. However, it has been decided to keep the educational institutions out of the scope of this restriction.
Dhaka, November 12: Online application for admission in government and private schools across the country will start on November 25. The application process will continue till December 8. This time a lottery will be organized centrally all over the country for school admission. Admission forms will be sold, lottery and results will be published through Teletalk.
Dhaka, October 27: After about a year and a half, the educational institutions are operating following Covid-19 guidelines. Another academic year is coming to an end with the impact of coronavirus on the head, students will take part in the admission in government and private schools of the country in the new year. In the meantime, the private schools are preparing to publish the admission notification.
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.
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.
Dhaka, September 8: Students will be placed in the classroom at a distance of three feet during the ongoing Covid-19 situation. Classes will be taken six days a week for 2021 SSC-HSC candidates, two days a week for 2022 candidates and other levels from Monday to Thursday.
Dhaka, August 26: Closure of educational institutions have been extended till September 11 across the country by the education ministry on Thursday.
Dhaka, July 21: The country is celebrating Eid-ul-Azha, one of the biggest religious festivals of Muslims, today. Like last time, Eid is celebrated amid fears of an uncertain future triggered by the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
Dhaka, May 14: President Md. Abdul Hamid has called upon the people to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr with utmost caution while adhering to proper hygiene rules and maintaining social distance amid the coronavirus pandemic.