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Primary and secondary schools to remain closed during Ramadan: HC

The High Court suspended for two months the separate notification issued on the decision to keep primary and secondary schools open during the holy month of Ramzan.

After the preliminary hearing of a writ in this regard, the High Court bench of Justice KM Kamrul Quader and Justice Khizir Hayat gave this order on Sunday (March 10).

Senior lawyer AKM Faiz and lawyer Mahmuda Khanam heard on behalf of the court writ. Later, senior lawyer AKM Faiz said that the High Court has suspended the government’s decision to keep primary schools open for 10 days and high schools for 15 days during Ramadan for two months. At the same time, the High Court has also issued a rule.

In a notification of the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education on February 8, it is said that the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education has decided to continue regular teaching activities in public primary schools for the first 10 days of the upcoming holy Ramadan after partially revising the list of holidays and curriculum for the 2024 academic year in order to meet the learning deficit of students.

Fasting will start from March 12 subject to sighting of the moon. On the other hand, the Ministry of Education has decided to continue the class activities of public and private secondary and lower secondary schools for a total of 15 days from March 11 to March 25.

According to the Ministry of Education, the list of public and private secondary and lower secondary schools for the academic year of 2024 (1430-1431 Bengal AD) and the list of academic year has been partially revised.