Habiprabi opens on October 21, the semester will end in four months!

Alankar Gupta, Habiprabi Representative ::

Haji Mohammad Danesh University of Science and Technology (Habiprobi) will open on October 21 as per the decision of the 57th Academic Council meeting. Besides, it is learned that the policy has been unanimously passed to complete the 6-month semester in 4 months with the aim of compensating the academic loss of the students during the coronation period. Besides, keeping in mind the class hours of the students, each class has been fixed at 60 minutes instead of 50 minutes in today’s meeting.

At the end of the Academic Council, the University Registrar Vir Muktijoddha Professor. Md. Fazlul Haque said, “The phased halls will be opened from October 16 and from October 21 the class-examination of the students studying in the third, fourth and masters of the university will start physically (conditionally). At the same time, the duration of the semester has been reduced to 4 months to compensate the students for their coronary losses.

Meanwhile, Habipur’s public relations branch said, “Students’ class-examinations will continue both online and offline.” All types of classes and exams for Level 1 (Students Admitted and Re-Added in 2020) and Level 2 (Students Admitted and Re-Added in 2019) will continue to run online. Subject to monitoring the situation, the next Academic Council will decide on offline examinations and other matters. All Masters / MBA & Honors Level 4 (Admitted and Re-Added in 2016) and Level 3 (Admitted and Re-Added in 2016) Students in Semester Final, Practical Class (which requires handwriting) and Midterm Exam Will be held in person (online or offline subject to discussion). In addition, all theoretical classes, practical classes (which do not need to be hand-written) and quiz tests will be conducted online as usual.

The Public Relations Branch further said, “First, the hall will be opened for the students of Masters / MBA and Level 4 (admitted and re-added in 2016) and Level 3 (admitted and re-added in 2016). After monitoring the situation and completing the Academic Council, the next batches will be picked up in phases. If you want to get up, you have to be a real residential student of the hall. At the time of entry, you have to show the “Resident ID card” issued by the hall. You need to show the Covid 19 vaccine card (at least 1 dose).

It may be mentioned that on the first day (October 16) Tajuddin Ahmed and Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Hall will be opened. Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib and Dormitory Hall 2 will open on October 19. Besides, Sheikh Russell Hall, Ivy Rahman Hall and Sufia Kamal Hall are scheduled to open on October 20.

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