Classes of HSC first year students to begin online October 4



The government has decided to take online classes of the first year college students on October 4. The decision was made as all educational institutions across the country remained closed due to ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Education boards have already issued necessary instructions with sending letters to all colleges for taking preparations. Professor Md Ziaul Huque, president of the Inter-Education Board Coordination Sub-Committee, issued the letter.
“Taking classes in classroom is not possible due to COVID-19. We decide to take online classes for XI graders of 2020-21 academic sessions from October 4 in an aim to smoothly continue the study of the students. Authorities concerned should take necessary steps in this regard,” read the letter.
Education Minister Dipu Moni will inaugurate the online class at 10.00am at a programme arranged by Dhaka College, said a press release.
The admission process of the college was begun through online on August 9.  This year the admission process was delayed by a month because of the pandemic.
Earlier, Directorate of Secondary & Higher Education (DSHE) instructed all government and private colleges to start online classes amid the closure for the coronavirus pandemic. Principals of respective colleges will send the information of holding online classes to regional director.

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