Thursday, December 7, 2023

In-person classes at primary schools from March 1

In-person classes in all primary level educational institutions across the country will resume on March 1, said Mahbub Rahman, public relations officer of primary and mass education ministry today. The in-person classes in secondary schools and colleges will resume on February 22, as per the government decision taken yesterday

RU, CU postpones in-person classes for 2 weeks

The authorities of Rajshahi University and Chittagong University have postponed in-person classes for the next two weeks following the government’s decision to keep educational institutions closed till February 6 amid sharp rise in Covid-19 transmission. The two universities issued separate notifications in this regard

DU suspends in-person academic activities till Feb 6, halls remain open

Authorities of DU today decided to hold academic activities including classes and examinations virtually for next two weeks Dhaka University authorities on Friday decided to suspend all kinds of in-person academic activities from January 21 to February 6 following the announcement of Bangladesh government on closure of educational institutions between today and February 6 to ... Read more

Bangladesh announces closure of educational institutions till Feb 6

Bangladesh government on Friday announced closure of educational institutions for the next two weeks from today till February 6 amid a surge in Covid-19 transmission across the country. The cabinet division, in a circular uploaded in its website, also gave five more directives in the backdrop of a spike in Covid cases across Bangladesh. The ... Read more

Dhaka’s transport owners’ association tells members to operate buses at full capacity

Despite the government order to carry passengers at 50 percent capacity from Saturday, Dhaka Road Transport Owners Association today asked its members to operate vehicles in full capacity. The directive was given stating that the ministry concerned has “verbally” informed that the government would allow it to operate public transport in full

Unvaccinated 12-plus students won’t be allowed to attend in-person classes’

Cabinet Secretary says Bangladesh government has decided that the students aged 12 years and above will not be allowed in the schools and colleges across Bangladesh without Covid vaccination from now on. Cabinet secretary Khandker Anwarul Islam revealed the information in a press briefing at the secretariat after the weekly cabinet meeting on Thursday