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Nor'wester-hit Rajshahi
Students attend classes under open sky
Our Correspondent
Published : Sunday, 12 April, 2015,  Time : 12:00 AM,  View Count : 21

Nor'wester-hit Rajshahi
RAJSHAHI, Apr 11: Students of at least 42 educational institutions of Godagari in Rajshahi are attending classes under the open sky as the tin-shed schools were damaged by recent nor'westers.
Both the teachers and students of these schools are facing grave problem to concentrate and hence the academic activities may face great threat of being static due to this, sources concerned alleged.
The school authorities told The Daily Observer that it would come normal after repairing the institutions, however, they could not confirm how many days it would take.
Among the damaged institutions, 25 are secondary high schools and 17 are primary schools, confirmed Shohel Hossain, Upazila Secondary Education Officer, adding that the worst damaged academies are Premtali Jasim Uddin Dakhil Madrasha, Lalatnagar Alim Madrasha, Huzarapur High School and Mandill High School.

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