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9 May, 2017 00:00 00 AM
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‘1,500 primary schools in rural areas soon’

BSS

Primary and Mass Education Minister Mostafizur Rahman yesterday said the government has undertaken a project to set up 1,500 more primary schools in rural areas aimed at ensuring cent per cent education, reports BSS.
The schools would be set up in the rural areas across the country where there are no primary schools yet. The minister said the government had already established 1,324 primary schools under the "Establishment of 1,500 primary schools” project in the areas where there is no school. Responding to another question of treasury bench member Begum Hazera Khatun, he said the construction works for setting up the rest 176 primary schools are underway.
Replying to another question from Awami League lawmaker Tanvir Iamam, the minister said that the government had introduced stipend for primary education project (Phase-2), which was closed in June 30, 2015.
“The third phase of the primary education stipend project would end in June 2017, which was started in July 2015”, he added.   He informed the House that under the project, the government has been providing stipend to all primary educational institutions across the country.
Rahman said the government is giving stipend for increasing enrolment rate in primary schools and ensuring quality education.
Another report adds: Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid yesterday told the House that the government would provide IT devices to 31,340 schools and colleges to help them establish multimedia classrooms. “Laptops, multimedia projectors, speakers and modems would be supplied to 31,340 educational institutions for establishing multimedia classrooms,”he said replying to a question from treasury bench member Shamsul Haque Chowdhury of Chittagong-12 constituency.
Besides, he said, some 5,20,820 teachers would be trained on various topics for conducting multimedia and modern technology-based classrooms.
He added that the devices would be supplied to the educational institutions under the government's "Secondary and Higher Secondary Level Education through ICT (Phase-2) project".
 “The use of ICT and establishment of multimedia classrooms would be set up at all educational institutions in phases," the minister said.  
The minister said this while replying to a question from treasury bench member Shamsul Haque Chowdhury (Chittagong-12) in the Jatiya Sangsad.

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