Classes to be held 5 days a week to save energy crisis and electricity: Education Minister
Education Minister Dr. Dipu Moni said the week will be five days in the new curriculum next year to implement the global energy crisis and the government’s initiatives to save electricity. He said this while replying to a question from reporters at the Circuit House during his visit to Chandpur on Monday (August 15) afternoon.
The education minister said, “In the initiatives taken by the government to save electricity, if we do classes in educational institutions for five days from now on, then we will get the opportunity to save one day.” The number of vehicles plying in the city to transport students to school one day will be saved. However, it has not been decided yet, I am going to make a decision.
The minister said, “We want to rearrange the classes within five days so that the students do not face any kind of problem.” In addition, a plan has been finalized to fill the learning deficit that has occurred during the corona period.
Additional Superintendent of Police Sudipta Roy and Additional District Magistrate Bashir Ahmed were present on the occasion. Later, the education minister addressed a discussion on the life and achievements of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman as the chief guest at the District Shilpakala Academy auditorium on the occasion of the National Mourning Day.