Saturday, December 5, 2020
Home Education News Despite UGC nod, universities in Jharkhand to continue with e-classes - Times...

Despite UGC nod, universities in Jharkhand to continue with e-classes – Times of India

RANCHI: Even though the University Grants Commission (UGC) has allowed varsities to conduct offline classes as per their convenience, most of the universities in Jharkhand will continue with the online mode of teaching.

Colleges affiliated to Ranchi University (RU) have already devised plans for conducting the undergraduate classes online. For example, Marwari College will use various e-platforms, including WhatsApp, for conducting classes from November 9. “The university has provided laptops to many departments for this purpose,” RU’s public relation officer P K Jha said.

Sangeeta Laha, the dean at National University for Study and Research in Law, said they have started online classes for the new batch of students from Tuesday. “We are already conducting online classes for the existing batch of students from August and we have decided to continue with the same for the new batch,” she added.

Barring Jharkhand Raksha Shakti University, no other institute in the state has started conducting offline classes in a full-fledged way. Dr Shyama Prasad Mukherjee University (DSPMU) has gone for a combination of online and offline teaching. DSPMU vice chancellor Dr S N Munda said, “Some of the faculty members who are aged and on verge of retirement are not tech-savvy and so we decided to go for both online and offline classes for some departments.”

Central University of Jharkhand’s dean (academics) Manoj Kumar said they are preparing for offline classes in case the state directs them to do so. Till that happens, they will continue with e-classes. “We are making preparations for online lessons from November 17 for the new batch of students,” Kumar said.

Source link

In this blog our main motive is to provide you all kind of latest information about technology, politics, sports, and health. If you want to read this information then you should have to visit our website. This information will help you to increase your knowledge.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular

Arjen Robben comeback on hold until next year: It is not yet going as I would like

Arjen Robben’s much anticipated return to his home town club FC Groningen has proven a disappointment as he has played just 44 minutes...

Coronavirus: What makes diabetes a bad comorbidity for COVID-19? – Times of India

Diabetes is a scary disease to battle, and it's sad to think that the worldwide prevalence of diabetes is increasing every single day,...

18 miners killed due to excessive carbon monoxide level at a coal mine in China – Times of India

BEIJING: Eighteen of the 23 workers were killed in a coal mine in China due to an excessive level of

After 3-month delay, 2nd FYJC merit list to be released today – Times of India

MUMBAI: The education department will announce the second merit list for first year junior college (FYJC) students at 11am on Saturday after a...

Recent Comments