Students won’t be allowed to take tiffin at schools, colleges
All the schools and colleges across the country are going to be re-opened on Sunday (Sept 12) after remaining closed for about one and a half years.
The education process will go on in accordance with health guidelines. However, students will not be allowed to have tiffin at their respective educational institutions, said Dr Syed Mohammad Golam Faruque, Director General of the Secondary and Higher Education, on Saturday.
He stated it at an opinion-sharing meeting with the heads of government and private educational institutions in Sylhet on early Saturday afternoon.
The Director General of the Secondary and Higher Education said students would come from their respective homes after having breakfast. They would not be allowed to have tiffin at their respective educational institutions. The institutions would supply drinking water to students only.
He also called for giving attention so that guardians don’t get opportunity to crowd at schools and colleges. Besides, students must be refrained from having tiffin at their respective institutions.
Dr Syed Mohammad Golam Faruque said adequate social disastancing should be maintained while entering the educational institutions.