Patna University Colleges Not Yet To Start First Year Offline Courses | Patna News


PATNA: It sounds strange, but it is a fact that while colleges resumed offline courses from VI on Monday, colleges at the University of Patna (PU) are still awaiting instructions from relevant authorities to begin. the newly admitted first year diploma courses. students.
These colleges hold final year undergraduate and postgraduate student classes in accordance with previous orders from the state education department. But they are waiting for instructions to start other courses, whether at the undergraduate or postgraduate level. Surprisingly, admissions to UG’s freshman classes are nearing completion, and colleges were planning to start their classes from Monday.
Patna Science College principal SR Padmadeo said classes for newly admitted students would begin as soon as the college received the necessary instructions from the relevant authorities.
Patna College principal Ashok Kumar said no clear order has yet been received from the university for the start of first-year classes. “Admission against some quota seats is still ongoing in the college,” he added.
The director of higher education of the state, Rekha Kumari, told this newspaper that a decision should be taken soon by the government.
At the same time, the UGC, in its circular of February 5, called on universities to appropriately implement the previous directives published on November 5, 2020 on the reopening of universities and colleges. Under these guidelines, higher education institutions located outside containment zones can be opened gradually after consultation with the state government and subject to compliance with the guidelines / SOPs for the Covid Safety and Health Protocol. prepared by the UGC after having duly integrated the points of view. of the Union Ministry of Health and Family.
UG and PG students are very keen to attend classes in offline mode. “We were admitted to the BSc Part I Honors Chemistry course at Patna Science College a long time ago, but our classes have not yet started. Classes must start in regular mode in compliance with Covid-19 safety standards, ”said Sanjay Kumar.
BN College BA Part I story pays homage to student Namendra Prasad, who also expressed concern about the delay in starting classes. Even the UGC authorized the reopening of colleges and the resumption of education with the necessary precautions, he said.


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