Bangladesh founded on non-communal secularism: Education Minister
Dr. Education Minister criticized the fundamentalist activities in the school about women’s clothing. Deepu Moni. He said, this is the modern age, the age of robotics, now is not the time to determine the size of women’s clothes. Those who have been active in women’s clothing have been active in the issues of Bangladesh. Bangladesh was established on the side of non-communal secularism through the Great War of Liberation.
The Minister of Education said this in a discussion meeting with the Education Reports Association of Bangladesh (Irab), an organization of education journalists at the Ministry of Education on Monday (August 29).
The Education Minister will soon hold a meeting with the University Vice-Chancellors’ Association to strengthen counseling activities to prevent student suicide.
In response to the question of why the tendency of suicide among students is increasing. Dipu Moni said that any suicide is undesirable. In many cases, family expectations put a lot of pressure on students. Incidents of physical abuse of students by parents also occur. The suicide of students may also have occurred under the influence of Corona. Therefore, students should be counseled in educational institutions and families. 2 lakh secondary teachers are being trained in counseling. Each school will have 2 counseling experienced teachers.
At that time Irab president Abhijit Bhattacharya presided over the program and general secretary Aktaruzzaman took part in the program. , Publicity Editor Rahul Sharma, Publication Editor Tuhin Saiful, Training and Research Editor Rumman Turya, Sports and Social Welfare Editor Murad Majumder, ICT Editor Enamul Haque Prince, Executive Member Bibash Barai Abdul Hai Tuhin and others.