AISA, the All India Students Association surveyed procurement of fees. Students said it would be unfair in all the terms if the varsity charges them fees during COVID lockdown. Through the survey, they examined that out of 1000 students who are a part of DU, 96 percent of students were against it
Some students from villages found it difficult to buy electronic gadgets during the lockdown period. Parents of many students lost their jobs because of financial crises. So, students are demanding a refund of fees.
Table of Contents
- 1 DU NEEDS TO FOCUS ON INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT BEFORE TAKING ADMISSION
- 2 DU INITIATIVE, EVERY STUDENT HAS TO PLANT A TREE
AISA REVIEW ON STUDENTS WHO LOST THEIR FAMILIES
AISA claimed that 97 students who faced financial distress are even asking for a refund of fees. Moreover, 14 percent of students lost their earning members in their families.
AISA REVIEW ON ONLINE CLASSES
77 percent of students did not consider the online mode of education as a uniform method. So, the varsity even thought about reopening the campus for science students. However, this decision was to conduct practical classes in offline mode.
DECISION OF REGULATING OFFLINE CLASSES
Because of this decision, the AISA survey depicts that even if the varsity starts conducting offline classes, it must ensure that students and teachers maintain the norms and protocols of the pandemic.