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Grade 10, 12 students will have regular classes, rest once a week: education minister

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Grade 10, 12 students will have regular classes, rest once a week: education minister
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Star Online Report
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Education Minister Dipu Moni today informed the parliament that classes at schools will resume on a limited scale.
The minister said they have instructed all secondary schools and colleges to complete preparations for reopening by February 4.
"We will take decisions on the matter (reopening schools) after analysing the Covid-19 situation and after consulting with National Technical Advisory Committee on Covid-19," Dipu Moni said while discussing Bangladesh Technical Education Board (Amendment) Bill, 2021.
She said that the government will bring classes 10 and 12 students back to schools and colleges for the sake of their preparation for public exams.   

Partial Resumption of Classes: Schools, colleges asked to prepare

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Only the 10th and 12th graders have to attend classes in person every day while other secondary school and college students may visit their classrooms once a week when their educational institutions reopen during the pandemic.
The government will decide when to reopen the schools after analysing the situation and consulting with the National Technical Advisory Committee on Covid-19, Education Minister Dipu Moni told parliament yesterday.
The Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education (DSHE) on Friday instructed all schools and colleges to complete their reopening preparations by February 4.
She said the government will bring students of classes 10 and 12 back to schools and colleges for the sake of their studies ahead of the SSC and HSC exams.

Preparations on to reopen schools on a limited scale

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Preparations on to reopen schools on a limited scale
Say officials
The challenge is not just to reopen but also to keep the schools operating safely, and help children recover their learning loss. Photo: Star
Staff Correspondent
Staff Correspondent
The government has opened a discussion on resumption of the classes at schools on a limited scale from next month.
It is considering to take this year's Secondary School Certificate and Higher Secondary Certificate examinees to classrooms first, said a top official who attended a virtual meeting of high officials of the education and primary and mass education ministries yesterday.
"Implementation of these plans depends on approval from government high ups, the pandemic situation and directives of the National Technical Advisory Committee on Covid-19," said the official.

Primary students get new textbooks on the first day of 2021

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Senior Correspondent,
Published: 01 Jan 2021 02:59 PM BdST
Updated: 01 Jan 2021 10:55 PM BdST
Students of Dholaipar Govt Primary School in Dhaka receive new textbooks on the first day of 2021.
A fourth grader at Dholaipar Govt Primary School in Dhaka is happy after receiving new textbooks on the first day of the new year, Jan 1, 2021.
Students of Dholaipar Govt Primary School in Dhaka receive new textbooks on the first day of 2021.
Teachers distribute new textbooks to students at Dholaipar Govt Primary School in Dhaka on the first day of 2021.
The government has distributed new textbooks on the first day of 2021, but the secondary students are yet to receive all books.

Schools won't open now: PM | The Daily Star

Schools won’t open now: PM
Textbook distribution starts
A schoolboy takes his set of brand new textbooks from Education Minister Dipu Moni at the launching ceremony of the countrywide textbook distribution programme in the capital’s Bangabandhu International Conference Center. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina attended the event virtually. Photo: PID
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said educational institutions will not reopen before the pandemic is contained.
Inaugurating the distribution of free textbooks for all school students, she also asked everyone to strictly adhere to the health guidelines when they hand out the textbooks.
Instead of celebrating the Textbook Festival on January 1 like the previous years, the government decided to distribute the books among students in phases so that the schools do not get crowded.

No final exams for class 6-9 | The Daily Star

No final exams for class 6-9
NCTB preparing brief syllabus for over 1 crore students
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More than one crore students of class 6-9 will be promoted to next classes this year without any annual examinations, the government announced yesterday.
"There will be no annual exams for them. There will be no results, no grading …" Education Minister Dipu Moni declared at a virtual press briefing, adding that the decision was made taking the current coronavirus situation into consideration.
Replying to a query, she also hinted that schools and madrasas might not reopen next month.
The announcement comes when students and guardians all across the country are in confusion about promotion to next classes as schools and madrasas have remained shut for more than seven months amid the pandemic. The government has already announced that the closure was extended until October 31.

Shutdown-Hit School Edn: Covering loss a big challenge

Other alternatives like syllabus and holiday cuts and longer class hours are also being considered, said officials.
Education Minister Dipu Moni had previously said they were looking for ways to overcome the losses.
Akram-Al-Hossain, primary and mass educations secretary, said they already started working so that students did not suffer much due to Covid-19.
Recently, the Campaign for Popular Education (CAMPE) conducted a rapid survey on Covid-19 impact on education sector in which 115 NGOs, working in the particular field, and 11 teachers' associations participated.
Of the respondents, 88 percent believed that regular syllabus might not be covered on time and 61 percent proposed revising the academic calendar and taking extra classes.

NCTB works in pandemic to reach free textbooks to students in time | Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)

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NCTB works in pandemic to reach free textbooks to students in time
DHAKA, June 9, 2020 (BSS) – The National Curriculum and Textbook Board (NCTB) is working relentlessly aiming to reach free textbooks to pre-primary, primary and secondary students in due time for the academic year 2021despite the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Though the stakeholders of the education sector are in uncertainty over the ongoing academic session as all the educational institutions remain closed from March 18 in view of the COVID-19 outbreak in the country, the NCTB officials are optimistic about fulfilling their commitment to reach the textbooks to students on the first day of the new year, 2021.

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