The Dhaka Premier League (DPL) is about to start after putting an end to many speculations. Twelve teams will take part in the tournament, which starts on May 31. All teams will be housed in bio-safety zones at star-studded hotels. The entire cost will be borne by the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB). However, if anyone violates this biological safety net, there will be severe penalties for him and his club. Fines, expulsions and even club points can be deducted.
At the moment, Bangladesh is playing a three-match ODI series against Sri Lanka. Which will end tomorrow Friday. Then everyone will be busy with DPL. The national team stars will also play in the DPL. The national team will go to Zimbabwe before the end of DPL. Back from there there is a series at home against Australia and New Zealand. The BCB has taken strict measures to ensure that this busy schedule is not disrupted due to corona.
Besides, the National Cricket League (NCL) was started in the middle of the bio-safety zone last March. But in the middle of the organic zone, the league was closed as the corona of 11 cricketers and officials was positive. So BCB is more careful this time. Corona tests have already been performed on 300 people from 12 clubs. 9 people have been positive. They will be allowed to re-examine the corona and enter the biosphere to make sure the falls are positive. They will be kept at Intercontinental, Sonargaon, Amari and Westin hotels.
The Vice Chancellor of Chittagong Independent University (CIU) Dr. suggested to make the study table more sustainable and enrich the quality of education through online education activities without looking at the Corona crisis. Mahfuzul Haque Chowdhury.
He said that in order to further expand the online activities, various challenges, problems and obstacles need to be overcome. Timely initiatives must be taken.
The Vice-Chancellor said this while addressing the 25th online syndicate meeting of the CIU on May 25. Mahfuzul Haque Chowdhury. During this time, the budget of the university for the financial year 2021-2022, online education activities, development plans and many other issues were discussed.
Among the members of the syndicate present at the meeting were trustee Amir Humayun Mahmud Chowdhury, trustee engineer Ali Ahmed, trustee Dilruba Ahmed, CU teacher Professor Dr. Md. Kamrul Hossain, Business School Advisor and Professor. Ayub Islam, Dean. Naeem Abdullah, Professor. Syed Manzoor Quader, Acting Registrar and Member Secretary of the meeting Anjuman Banu Lima, Director of Finance and Accounts Subrata Gupta FCA and others. Press release.