Students of various educational institutions in the capital have demanded a clear plan to eliminate session congestion, ensure learning environment and vaccinate students. Hundreds of students from Dhaka, Jahangirnagar and Jagannath universities took part in the protest under the banner ‘Open Hall-Educational Institution’ on Sunday. The program was supervised by Asif Mahmud, vice president of Dhaka University of Student Rights Council. The program ended with a procession.
A ‘symbolic bed procession’ has been announced at the Raju sculpture on Tuesday at 12 noon to demand a clear plan from the assembly to open an educational institution.
Dhaka University Law Professor Asif Nazrul, Persian Language and Literature Associate Professor Abu Musa. Arif Billah was present. Asif Nazrul said, ‘The sons and daughters of high-ranking government officials are studying abroad. They are not being harmed in the field of education. The loss is to the children of lower and middle class families. To the government, education is not the backbone of the nation. The government has opened everything that is needed to conduct governance. Only education and politics are afraid. ‘
Asif Mahmud said, ‘Session jam is increasing as the university has been closed for a long time. The students are emotionally upset. It is possible to open an educational institution in compliance with the health rules.
On the other hand, the students of seven affiliated colleges have announced to make the highway unusable if the educational institutions are not reopened by next June. Students of seven colleges made this demand at a protest rally at Nilkhet in the capital on Sunday morning. They also took out a procession at the end of the rally.
The students said that the government’s action plan for opening educational institutions should be presented to the students. If you open the campus with a vaccine, you will need to know how and when it will be given. If not, the educational institutions will have to be opened in the same way as everything is going on normally.
One student said, ‘Shopping malls, garments and shops are all open. But in the behavior of the Ministry of Education, it seems that this educational institution is the origin of Corona. We want to test directly, not online. Students do not have the ability to take the test online