UGC has delivered a notification expressing that the classes for the odd semesters will undoubtedly begin from November 18.
University Grants Commission (UGC) has as of late delivered a notification on its official site concerning the resumption of classes for all the partnered schools and colleges. As indicated by the report, the lessons for odd semesters will doubtlessly begin from November 18.
The commission had likewise educated all the associated colleges before that the classes for all the understudies for the scholarly meeting 2020-2021 will doubtlessly begin in November. The foundations also need to finish the affirmation cycle for this meeting by October 31.
It has been told by UGC that all colleges must be beginning their classes from November 1 if the affirmation cycle is finished by October 30. If there is a deferral in the confirmation cycle, universities can start the courses from November 18.
As per the notification delivered by UGC, the colleges need to direct classes for 6 days in a single week this semester to compensate for the scholarly misfortune because of the continuous Covid-19 pandemic.
A mixed-method of instructing
The classes for all the colleges associated with UGC are no doubt expected to begin by November 18. Yet, because of the progressing Covid-19 pandemic, the studies will be directed in a mixed-mode for this semester.
The colleges will have the freedom to direct the classes in on the web or disconnected mode, according to the comfort of the understudies and educators. Colleges will likewise need to discount the full charges if there should arise an occurrence of the abrogation of confirmation.
UGC has additionally taught that the legitimacy based affirmations in totally subsidiary universities must be finished by October 31, so that there is no further loss of the academic year for the understudies just as the staff.
College and schools the nation over have been shut since March because of the continuous Covid-19 pandemic and online classes and tests are being directed to lessen the danger of contamination.