The Directorate of Primary Education distributed multimedia projectors with sound systems among 203 government primary schools (GPSs) of Kishoreganj and Syedpur upazilas in Nilphamari on Thursday afternoon, reports BSS. The Upazila Primary Education Offices concerned distributed the equipments education primary schools among head teachers of 174 GPSs of Kishoreganj upazila and 69 GPSs of Syedpur upazila at separate functions held at their respective offices. In Kishoreganj, Upazila Parishad Chairman Shah Md. Abul Kalam Bari distributed the distributed the equipments at a function as the chief guest with Upazila Primary Education officer Sharifa Akhter in the chair.
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The upazila level government officials, members of school managing committees (SMCs), teachers, guardians, civil society members and local journalists attended the functions.
School in the country will reopen this month as the Coronavirus transmission is declining to the least level. Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni said this at a cabinet meeting on Monday. After the meeting, Cabinet Secretary Khandker Anwarul Islam confirmed this in a briefing at the secretariat. She joined the meeting from Ganobhaban through video conference. In addition, ministers and state ministers from the cabinet department of the secretariat also took part in the meeting.
The Prime Minister asked why School are making a delay to reopen and our Education Minister has given a detailed explanation. The Education Minister said School are following the decision of their own syndicate. Meanwhile, some public School in the country have already taken measures to reopen soon. As part of the measures, Dhaka University (DU) started vaccinating its’ students, teachers and staffs from Monday at the university medical center.
DU has also decided to reopen dormitory halls for the Master’s and Honours final year students on October 5 (today). These students can get into their respective dormitories after first dose of vaccine and showing the vaccine card. On the other hand, Barisal University authorities have already opened its’ dormitory halls for students on Monday.
Getting back to the old atmosphere in the respective halls, most students have expressed excitement and felt nostalgic.
The hall is slowly getting abuzz with students. Meanwhile, most other universities have announced the dates of reopening halls and classrooms.