Minister urges students to continue education at home

Minister urges students to continue education at home

Dhaka (Channel TT) : In the wake of the corona virus situation, all educational institutions in the country have been closed till April 7. At this time, the Education Minister Dr, at home, urged the students to continue their education activities. Deepu Mani.

The minister made the call at a meeting at the International Mother Language Institute in Segunbagicha, the capital on Sunday.

He said the entire world is almost invincible because of the Nobel Coronavirus epidemic. We need to be vigilant, adhere to hygiene and maintain social distance to protect ourselves from the horrific outbreak of coronas.

He urged students to concentrate and concentrate on classes from sixth to tenth grade, titled 'My house in my school', which is aired on Parliament Television at home.

Dr. Dipu Moni said that the classes of skilled class teachers are being broadcast by broadcasting video for the sixth to tenth grade students through Parliament Television, under the direction of the Prime Minister, so that the education activities are not disrupted due to the closure of the educational institutions.

He thanked all the teachers involved in the education activities, Parliamentary television technician Atui.

Deputy Minister of Education Mahibul Hasan Chowdhury, Secondary and Higher Education Secretary Md. Mahbub Hossain, Technical and Madrasa Education Secretary Munshi Shahabuddin Ahmed, Director General of Secondary and Higher Education Syed Golam Faruk, were present.

Each student will be able to attend the class through TV at home. The teaching program will be held from 9am to 12pm. From 2pm to 5pm, those clubs will be resumed.

In addition, the classes can be found on the 'My School in My Home' Facebook page and YouTube channel. If a student cannot see a class, he / she can view the class through that page and channel.

The teacher will provide homework on the subject taught at the end of the class For each subject, the students will complete homework on a separate date and submit it to the concerned teacher after opening the school. The number on homework will be considered as part of a continuous assessment.