The educational institution will 0pen in January:
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that if the situation improves, all educational institutions will be reopened after January 18. Otherwise, it will not open. The Prime Minister said this while inaugurating the Virtual 2021 academic year book festival on Thursday. The Prime Minister inaugurated the festival through a video conference from Ganobhaban at 11:15 am. The event was held at the Bangabandhu International Conference Center (BICC).
If the situation is good, the educational institution will 0pen Now in January
The books were handed over to some primary and secondary level students in the presence of ministers and secretaries in compliance with the health rules. The function was attended by top officials including ministers and state ministers, secretaries and senior officials of the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education, and the Chairman of the National Curriculum and Textbook Board (NCTB).
The Prime Minister said, “We have taken this step in Corona to ensure that our learning activities run smoothly.” He added, “School students are suffering the most due to the epidemic in Corona.” We have tried to get them to get the new book, to write their name in the new book, to get the joy of the new book. ‘
Mentioning that the educational institutions are closed till January 18 due to Corona, the Prime Minister said, “If it is not possible to open the school, the teaching will continue in digital mode.” The admission system will also run online. ‘
Due to the Corona situation, the free book distribution activities will be completed in 12 days by dividing the class. A directive from the Department of Secondary and Higher Education on Wednesday said that free textbooks would be handed over to students on January 1 in the 2021 academic year.
The instructions further said that three days would be allotted for the distribution of books to each class. In other words, textbooks will have to be distributed in four classes from sixth to ninth class three days a week for a total of 12 days. Textbooks will be distributed in a different format this year keeping in mind the health protection of Komalmati students.
According to the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education, the total number of textbooks in 2021 is 10 corer 25 lakh 72 thousand 555. Of these, 2 corers 59 lakh 92 thousand 81 books for first-second class students, 8 corers 96 lakh, 96 thousand 364 books for third-fourth and fifth class students.
Of these, books for 94,275 minority ethnic groups (Chakma, Marma, Tripura, Garo, and Sadri) will be distributed in five languages from pre-primary to third grade in about 213,026 special languages.