Conveyance of free course readings among the understudies of classes six to nine began yesterday, the main day of the new year.
Head administrator Sheik Hasina officially initiated the course reading circulation through a video meeting from the Gono Bhaban on Thursday.
The book conveyance function was held at the capital's Bangabandhu International Conference Center.
Notwithstanding the novel Covid pandemic, the public authority has just taken full scale measures to convey new course books among 4.5 crore understudies of the essential and auxiliary levels liberated from cost.
Be that as it may, no book celebrations will be held for the current year denoting the dispersion of course readings because of the pandemic.
The books will be given over to the understudies at their particular instructive establishments in 12 days to keep away from any sort of social event.
Prof Narayan Chandra Saha, director of the National Curriculum and Textbook Board, disclosed to BSS that changes were made to the front of the books this time denoting the "Mujib Year".
Photos of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheik Mujibur Rahman, incredible Liberation War, Language Movement and different improvement tasks of the current government have been printed with inscriptions on the final page of the course books, he said.
As indicated by the essential and mass instruction service, the interest of course readings for essential understudies in 2021 is about 10.25 crore.
A sum of 213,288 books imprinted in unique language will be appropriated among 94,275 ethnic understudies (Chakma, Marma, Tripura, Garo and Sadri) of pre-essential to third grades. The books have been imprinted in five dialects.
This time, Braille books will be appropriated among 9,196 outwardly disabled understudies.
As per the instruction service, more than 24 crore books will be printed for the auxiliary level understudies in 2021.
Syed Md Golam Faruk, chief general of the Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education, said instructive organizations the nation over have been shut since March a year ago because of the pandemic.
"Regardless of the Covid circumstance, we are attempting to arrive at new books to understudies the nation over on schedule," he said.
He encouraged the instructors, understudies and guardians to adhere to cleanliness rules while conveying books at the instructive foundations.
The Awami League government praises "book celebration" on January 1 consistently with the point of improving the norm of training and bringing down the dropout rate.
Over the most recent 10 years, about 331.47 crore essential and auxiliary level books have been circulated the nation over.