For the past 17 months, all educational institutions have been shuttered. The authorities shut them down in March of last year to stop the spread of Covid-19 after it was discovered in the country. The shutdown resulted in the cancellation of courses and tests, throwing millions of students’ academic lives into trouble. But say no more, school and colleges will reopen from September 12
“We are hoping that we will reopen all the educational institutions; primary, secondary and higher secondary from September 12.”Dipu Monisaid in a programme in Chandpur
Hasina, the AL’s president, stated that instructors had already received the Covid-19 vaccine. Moreover, authorities were taking steps to inoculate school pupils against the virus in accordance with WHO regulations.
World Health Organization’s Protocol
According to WHO, Students and teachers must vaccinate and that’s their only condition to let students and teachers take physical classes.
“There are some WHO guidelines on vaccinating school students, we’re following them.”Hasina
Students aged 18 and above have been able to register for the vaccine via the government’s Surokkha app from August 20. Nevertheless, others need a minimum age of 25 to vaccinated. According to the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), 14,19,291 students aged 18 to 25 years old registered for the vaccine up to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday. However, this does not include medical school students.
Top Officials On Re-opening Schools And College
Secondary and Higher Education Secretary Mahbub Hossain said the decision to reopen schools and colleges. Additionally, It will made jointly at an inter-ministerial meeting on Sunday, and that everyone would surely informed.
According to a top education ministry official, there’s a good chance the meeting will reach a final decision on the reopening.
A combined meeting of the education ministries on August 26 resolved to seek an opinion from the National Technical Advisory Committee on Covid-19 on the subject. Children in grades 3,4 and 5 may be able to attend school twice a week following the reopening. However, students in grades I and II will only be able to go once a week, according to officials. Students in grades 6 through 9 will visit their schools once a week as well. Depending on the Covid situation, the number of class days will increase.
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