Staff Reporter: A week after the school opened in the midst of the epidemic, the eighth and ninth grades are increasing by one day.
According to the Department of Secondary and Higher Education (Maushi), from now on, classes for eighth and ninth grades will be two days a week instead of one.
Director-General of the Department, Syed Mohammad. A notification signed by Golam Farooq said that the eighth class will be held every Sunday and Thursday. The ninth class will be on Saturday and Wednesday.
Besides, there will be the sixth class on Tuesday and a seventh class on Monday as before.
Classes for Class X and SSC candidates will be six days a week as per the previous decision.
The order was issued to conduct class activities of all government and non-government educational institutions at the secondary level from September 20 according to the new schedule.
The government has reopened schools and colleges since last Sunday after a year and a half of closure due to the coronavirus epidemic. The presence of students brought life back to the classroom.
To avoid the risk of infection, students of all classes are taking classes at different times of the day without returning to class at the same time.
According to the Department of Secondary and Higher Education, the first to fifth class activities should be conducted as per the instructions of the Department of Primary Education. And the activities of class VI to VIII (lower secondary) should be conducted in harmony with the secondary (sixth to ninth).