Classes to be held one day a week: Nowfel
Published: 03:31 PM, 4 September 2021 Updated: 09:09 PM, 4 September 2021
Deputy Education Minister Mohibul Hasan Chowdhury Nowfel addressing reporters after inaugurating One Stop Emergency Care at Chattogram Medical College Hospital on Saturday
Deputy Education Minister Mohibul Hasan Chowdhury Nowfel has confirmed that there will be classes one day a week in schools-colleges.
The Deputy Minister said this after inaugurating One Stop Emergency Care at Chattogram Medical College Hospital on Saturday (September 4).
“The government has decided to introduce physical classes in schools and colleges as the COVID pandemic outbreak is declining,” he said.
After the school, college opens on a specific date, it is initially planned to have classes one day a week, said Deputy Education Minister.
Mohibul Hasan Chowdhury said the government is trying to continue the educational activities online, offline and on television under the direction of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Efforts have been made to continue education activities at all levels including primary, lower secondary, secondary, higher secondary and higher education.
“At the moment, our main concern is to control the COVID outbreak,” Nowfel said, adding that the infection rate is now under control. There is not much pressure on the health sector.
“We have outlined a new syllabus and will be able to implement immediately after discussing with the Prime Minister,” the Deputy Education Minister said. “Efforts to take SSC and HSC exams in short syllabus will continue.”