The students of schools and colleges in Bangladesh returned to their classrooms on Sunday with much enthusiasm after a long closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
With the return of thousands of students, the campuses wore a festive look with all covering faces with masks and maintaining social distance.
Students were seen entering their schools standing in queues in the morning and washing their hands at the school premises with soap or sanitizing those, reports a UNB correspondent visiting a number of schools in Dhaka.
Body temperature had been checked by school authorities before they entered their classrooms.
In some schools, isolation rooms were opened as a precautionary measure so that any student falling sick during the school hours can stay there.
To maintain social distancing rules, authorities in some schools have allocated one room for a limited number of students and one bench for one student.
Junior school students will be allowed one day in a week to attend their classes in person, as per the government rule.
Besides, the students of PEC, SSC and HSC have been asked to attend their classes regularly.