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Classes starts in full swing in school-college from today

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.

Schools, colleges to reopen on Feb 22

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, February 17: As the Covid situation has improved slightly, the National Technical Advisory Committee on Covid-19 has recommended reopening of educational institutions at secondary and university levels from February 22.

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.

Schools, colleges to have four classes on two subjects

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.

Educational institutions to remain shut till September 11

Dhaka, August 26: Closure of educational institutions have been extended till September 11 across the country by the education ministry on Thursday.

Educational institutions to reopen after considering Covid-19 situation in Bangladesh: Dr Dipu Moni

Dhaka, August 16: Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni has said that the educational institution will reopen only after considering the Covid-19 situation in the country. She said this in response to a question from reporters at a function organized on the occasion of National Mourning Day at the International Mother Language Institute on Sunday (August 15).

Cannot put students' lives in danger: PM Hasina

Dhaka, July 3: Weighing in on the school re-opening debate, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said on Saturday that the government cannot put the lives of thousands of students in danger.

Educational institutions to reopen keeping in mind coronavirus situation in Bangladesh

Dhaka, May 31: The decision to open an educational institution will be taken after understanding the situation of coronavirus infection in the country, State Minister for Public Administration Farhad Hossain said on Sunday (May 30).

Education Ministry orders preparation of secondary-higher secondary educational institutions' reopening

Dhaka, May 28: The Ministry of Education has directed to keep the secondary and higher secondary level educational institutions open from June 13 subject to control of coronavirus infection. It has also been directed to take necessary preparatory measures for conducting educational activities. The directive was issued by the Secondary and Higher Education Department of the Ministry of Education on Thursday.

Educational institutions to reopen on June 13

Holidays of educational institutions have been extended till 12 June. All secondary and higher secondary level educational institutions will be opened from June 13. All our preparations have been made. If the infection rate doesn't spike anymore, teaching activities will be started in the physical presence of the students from that day.

Educational institutions to reopen on May 23

Dhaka, March 26: The government has decided to open all the primary, secondary and higher secondary level educational institutions in the country from May 23. The information was given by the Ministry of Education after the meeting of the National Advisory Committee on Coronavirus on Thursday (March 25).

Schools to reopen later as Covid cases surge

Dhaka, March 24: The government is going to take a decision to extend the school-college holidays again as the situation of corona virus infection has deteriorated. A decision will be taken in the next one or two days, said a senior official of the Ministry of Education.

Reopening of educational institutions may be delayed as Covid-19 infections surge: Dipu Moni

Dhaka, March 13: The decision to reopen educational institutions may have to be reconsidered if the coronavirus infection continues to grow. Education Minister Dipu Moni said while responding to a question from reporters after a program at the International Mother Language Institute in Dhaka on Friday afternoon. 

Schools, colleges to reopen on March 30

Dhaka, March 11: Educational institutions have been closed for the last one year due to the coronavirus pandemic. The government has announced to open schools and colleges from March 30 in compliance with the health rules. During the current holiday, Parliament television, radio, community radio as well as virtual education activities were run but many students were deprived of it. Educationists believe that the next two to three years may be needed to make up for the losses caused by the closure of educational institutions.