Should bouchurim in yeshiva do the daf and dirshu and such stuuf
This is a question for your Rebbe.
But my opinion, FWIW, is that if daf or dirshu don’t interfere with your set learning, then it’s a good thing.
Daf Yomi is a good thing. Learning Torah is a better thing.
Mishna Brura is short and easy enough that it can be learned properly using a “Yomi” program. One who learns Halacha every day is a Ben Olam Habba
I dont think anyone should “do” the daf. Learning it, is quite another thing. Anyone can daven up a daf of gemara in 12 minutes flat. Less if they just read it off the english side. Certainly one would get schar for reading the words, but is that worth it at the expense of learning through a sugya and understanding it?
Do you get schar for just reading the words? I think that only works for Tanach