Delhi University colleges and departments were opened on Monday after about 10 months for experimental work for the final year undergraduate and postgraduate students at the University of London, but very few students came to the colleges. The number of students coming from Delhi was also high in the colleges of North Campus, the students are not coming out of Delhi yet in the colleges, so there is a decrease in the number of students here. A senior DU official said that there is no pressure on the students for the experimental work.
The principal of ARSD College, South Campus, Dr. Gyanatosh Jha says that all necessary arrangements were completed on the first day. Fewer students came here than expected. We had about 20 students here. All the necessary precautions, from thermal scanning, were completed.
Dr. Manoj Khanna, Principal of Ramjas College said that they had fewer students. But all necessary arrangements were made for them. The number of students was around 12.
Anand Prakash, Professor of Chemistry at Rajdhani College, says that all the necessary instructions for experimental work were given from Delhi University or colleges and have been completely followed. The number of students was small but they hope that it will increase in the coming time.
Miranda House also saw about 30 students
If teachers taught somewhere from college, there was protest somewhere
After the instruction of Delhi University, in many colleges, where teachers taught online, many teachers cited a lack of better facility of the internet in teaching online than college. Ramjas College Staff Association held an online meeting on the same issue on Sunday. In which the teachers objected to the order of the university which asked the teachers to be present in the college from February 1. The statement by the association states that this order is unclear. The principal of Ramjas College said that the college has all the necessary arrangements including the internet.
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