Considering the country’s volatile political situation and the consequent, sporadic school closures, a number of educational institutions have decided to operate online, and obviously, everyone has an opinion.
Higher education is undergoing significant transformation in the 21st century
The first outcome-based and employment-focused online educational platform in the country is called Amar iSchool (AiS). The portal intends to equip BD job seekers for positions both domestically and abroad. It provides expert training programmes on various subjects pertaining to the fiercely competitive and ever-changing career requirements.
Primary school children should be introduced to the wealth of educational materials available on the internet.
The world today, is said to be at the fingertips of the young and the progressive, cheers to the digitalisation of everything from the education sector to health. And Bangladesh is no less behind. Here in this article, we discuss, Fahad Hossain, Founder, Amader School, initiated online activities back in 2017 through the popular social media channel, YouTube. Today after 5 years, the e-education service provider is famous amongst millions of young school goers, trying to understand text book syllabus better.
Despite the universities' efforts, students were still unsatisfied.
The government-run mobile operator Teletalk Bangladesh Limited will provide internet bandwidth to the students of country’s public and private universities at nominal prices, to keep online educational activities going.
The authorities of Chittagong University have asked all disadvantaged students who are unable to purchase electronic gadgets for online classes, to submit their names to their respective departments within August 29.
Schools and educational institutions were the first to be closed for coronavirus precautions. The entire academic year has been forced to deal with the rescheduling of exams, including the HSC examinations. As a result, with the state of the nation put on hold indefinitely, many schools and universities have migrated to online classes. The transition has not been without any hurdles, but students and teachers are still adapting effectively.