Most understudies have been wearing veils and cleaning their hands at the entryways of schools and keeping social separations in the homerooms.
Be that as it may, gatekeepers, particularly in the capital, actually structure swarms at the entryways, reporters of The Daily Star discovered noticing 10 schools in the capital and a lot more somewhere else for seven days since the returning.
"Instructors found dismissing the wellbeing rules will confront a punishment," Professor Amir Hossain, chief (checking and assessment) at the Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education, disclosed to The Daily Star.
All essential and auxiliary schools and universities began continuing classes face to face from September 12 following 543 days in the midst of the pandemic.
Applicants of HSC and SSC tests of 2021 and 2022 and the current year's PECE and its identical tests are presently going to classes each day. Understudies of grades 1 to 4 and 6 to 9 are going to face to face classes one time each week.
In visits made by the reporters of this paper, it was discovered that wellbeing rules were for the most part followed at Mirpur Girls' Ideal Laboratory Institute, Monipur High School and College (Shewrapara), Azimpur Government Girls School and College, Mohammadpur Government High School, Nilkhet Government Primary School and Shahid Buddhijibi Dr. Amin Uddin Government Primary School.
The understudies were wearing veils and they disinfected their hands at the doors while there was legitimate social removing in the study halls.
Notwithstanding, around 12:00pm yesterday, a gathering of understudies of Agargaon Adarsha High School was seen entering the school without a temperature-check and without having their hands disinfected at the entryway.
School's change in-control Tarikul Islam, said "They disinfected their hands at the washrooms inside the structure."
However, watchmen were seen spurning the wellbeing rules, framing swarms at Mirpur Girls' Ideal Laboratory Institute, Monipur High School and College (Shewrapara), Azimpur Government Girls School and College and the majority of different schools visited.
Prof Amir said, "Watchmen should act sensibly while dropping off and getting their kids."
In spite of the fact that understudies are overall keeping up with wellbeing rules on grounds, many disregarded it after the school hours.
Two fifth graders outside Nilkhet Primary School said it was excessively hard for them to wear the veils for so long.
Our journalists in Chattogram discovered most schools keeping up with wellbeing rules. Yet, guardians were seen shaping groups outside the schools in the port city as well.
Chattogram Government High School is one such school.
In Rajshahi, the specialists of various schools and universities were neglecting to get understudies to keep the infection administers appropriately.
Social separating in homerooms and on grounds was not being kept up with. Understudies came to schools and universities and got back in gatherings, revealed our staff reporter in Rajshahi.
Visiting four schools in Sylhet city, our reporter found that understudies were spurning the principles as they left the schools. They were seen framing swarms.
In Khulna, numerous understudies of the Government Bangabandhu College were seen on the school premises with no face covering. Tanmay Baidya, an understudy, said he wore a veil in the study halls.
Faruqul Islam, headteacher of Iqbal Nagar Secondary Girls' School, said, "Before they enter the homeroom, understudies who don't have any, are given the covers."
Prof Amir said authorities have requested that each school make mindfulness among understudies about keeping up with the wellbeing rules in and outside the grounds.