In-person classes at all secondary schools may start full from mid this month as the Covid cases are declining, said Education Minister Dipu Moni on Friday.
“We hope to start classes in full swing in the middle of this month,” Dipu told reporters after attending 'Study in India' event hosted by Indian High Commission in Dhaka.
She said, “We are evaluating students gradually. We will give assignments to the students, if needed.”
She hoped that the classes of secondary schools will return to normal within a short time. She also spoke about 'blended learning'.
"We are preparing a national policy in this regard," said Dipu adding that she will hand it over to the prime minister on March 26.
Regarding the admission in medical colleges on short syllabus, the minister said the test should be held in the revised syllabus. “I have talked to Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council (BMDC) about this, I will talk again.”
Earlier, the minister visited the stalls of various universities of India at the event where the study environment and facilities for the Bangladeshi students in those universities were displayed.