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28 September 2021


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In Pictures: Students back to classrooms after 18 months

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Published: 12:47, 12 September 2021   Update: 14:25, 12 September 2021
In Pictures: Students back to classrooms after 18 months

Students of Viquarunnisa Noon College sitting in a classroom by maintaining social distance Photo: Business Insider Bangladesh

Students look rejoicing and jubilant after seeing friends as schools and colleges reopened on Sunday following an immoderate closure amid Covid-19 pandemic, across the country.

They all were smiling and taking selfies as much as they can, changing groups to make up what they lost in the last 18 months due to abrupt shut down of their alma maters.

Meanwhile, the Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education (DSHE) has announced that students returning to school from Sunday will not be allowed to consume their tiffin or any food on the school premises, as part of the safety protocols that are being carefully stipulated ahead of the doors opening tomorrow morning.

During this time he also requested the parents to avoid gathering at the school premises unnecessarily, for the sake of social distancing.

The DG-DSHE also urged them (guardians) to not send their kids to school, in case there is any reason to suspect they (the children) may have been exposed to the virus by anyone in the family or otherwise.

Our photographer took these images from different parts of the capital.

Students are washing their hands before entering into class at Agrani School and College

Students are being checked for covid-19 symptoms at the entrance

Authorities checking temperature of teachers at Agrani School in Mohammadpur

Students sitting keeping distance between each other

The starting bell rang across the country to resume the school after long 542 days of closure due to coronavirus pandemic

Circles marked at the entrance of Viquarunnisa Noon School to maintain social distance

Students of Viquarunnisa Noon School sitting in a classroom by maintaining social distance

 

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