On Saturday, DU colleges attendance was not as same as the first-day student’s turnout for offline classes. However, college administrators said that it is expected that the number of students will increase from Monday.
The students’ in-person classes started on Thursday. And, after 2 years the University of Delhi comes to be full of myriad smiles of students. Further, the practical session and tutorials were conducted on Saturday. Though, students were present in moderate numbers. So, the turnout of students can increase from next week.
Most of the colleges noticed the huge turnout of students on the first day of reopening. However, on Friday, the number decreases. The college administrator said due to the resumption in mid-week, many outstation students couldn’t attend the physical classes. Therefore, many students are yet to come to Delhi within this week.
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- 1 VACCINATION DRIVE AT DELHI UNIVERSITY TO BEGIN FROM MONDAY
- 2 DU Students recount the problems of Online Classes after reopening
DUPA President Says Outstation Students Will Join Us On Monday
Jaswinder Singh, DU Principals’ Association (DUPA) president, and also serving as the principal of Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College said, “The attendance at Saturday’s practical sessions was not like Thursday. We are expecting a decent turnout on Monday. As more outstation students will join in-person classes.”
Teachers Recording Lectures For Students
For students who can’t attend classes or are facing trouble coming to college. Many colleges record offline lectures to support students. Jaswinder Singh said, “College teachers are recording lectures due to the difficulty in conducting hybrid mode. However, laptops can’t capture everything properly while educators are teaching in class blackboards. Therefore, they choose to share online material such as notes and presentations with students. This will support students and don’t make them feel that they have missed out on something.”
Similarly, Ramjas College teachers are cooperating with students. Ramjas College Principal, Manoj Khanna said “Many students will return to college by Monday only. Also, on Thursday most of the students come to analyze the reopening situation.”
Further, he adds, “Students share that their classmates will join physical classes by next week. So, DU colleges attendance is likely to go up from tomorrow. As a result, we will take offline classes without any trouble.”