The decision was taken during a meeting convened by the UoH vice-chancellor Prof Appa Rao Podile with the deans and heads of departments.
“The internal committee will look into the concerns raised by the students and will submit a report to the VC in a couple of days. Until then, semester registrations shall commence and departments have the flexibility to decide on the same,” said Vinod Pavarala, UoH spokesperson. The committee will be headed by Prof Chakravarthy Bhagvati, dean of computer science department.
In some of the departments, classes have already commenced irrespective of the semester registrations. “The VC has given flexibility to departments in case they want to commence classes by March 8. Those who have already started online classes can continue the same,” said Pavarala.
The students union had held several protests against the administration and had demanded revocation of the fees. It had termed the university’s decision as anti-student and had sought registration for the next semester without levying any additional charges.