Mahmud Zaman Ovi, bdnews24.com
Published: 2021-09-10 11:21:10 BdST
Jahangirnagar University, a residential institution, has been closed for one and a half years due to the coronavirus pandemic. Nature has bared its autumn beauty after monsoon, but the university has no student to appreciate it.
Teashop benches at the transport centre of Jahangirnagar University lie empty amid the coronavirus shutdown.
The central library of Jahangirnagar University, which was abuzz with students in normal times, is empty amid the coronavirus shutdown.
Students frequented the Shaheed Minar of Jahangirnagar University in the afternoon in normal times, but the place only has some visitors from the outside now.
Programmes were held almost every day at Selim Al Deen Muktamancha of Jahangirnagar University in autumn in normal times, but there is no student to organise events for a long time amid the coronavirus shutdown.
Birthday celebrations at Saptam Chhayamancha were regularly held in Jahangirnagar University, but the place is in a sorry state amid the long coronavirus shutdown.
The Jahangirnagar University streets covered with trees are empty.
An eerie silence befalls Jahangirnagar University’s Battala, which was frequented by students in normal times, amid the coronavirus shutdown.
Mohuatala outside the New Arts Building of Jahangirnagar University was a huge favourite with students to recite poems or unveil new books. Now the place is strewn with fallen leaves amid the coronavirus shutdown.
Jahangirnagar University’s Murad Chattar, one of the favourite spots of students for hangout, is empty amid the coronavirus shutdown. The benches of the teashops there have become rusty.
Silence prevails at Jahangirnagar University’s Tarzan Point, one of the popular hangout spots for students , amid the coronavirus shutdown.