University of Delhi colleges are all set to reopen their gates from Tomorrow, 17 February. And, some colleges of Delhi University are providing students the option to choose the preferred mode. However, the plan to hold classes hybrid mode is mainly for first-year students.
Further, the first college in the list of colleges that are planning for the blended format is Miranda House. It will give options for online and offline classes to only first-year students. Whereas, second and third-year students don’t have this privilege.
Bijayalaxmi Nanda, Principal at Miranda House said, “Due to the upcoming exam, we will provide a classes hybrid mode for academic learning to students. This will help to ease their stress. On the other hand, third and second-year students will have to follow the offline mode. Though, they also get online material and academic support.”
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Other colleges that are planning for the same are Rajdhani College, Aryabhatta College, Hansraj College. Rajdhani College will only hold an online format of classes for first-year students. Moreover, Manoj Sinha, Principal of Aryabhatta said that students will not be pressured to attend the classes in person. And, the college will try to give recorded lectures online. Additionally, they will provide lectures online, and will try to give technical support also.
Hansraj College Also Plans To Classes Hybrid Mode
Hansraj first-year students will also have the option to choose between online and offline formats. Besides, the University of Delhi’ Colleges had been closed since March 2020 due to a pandemic. Later on, in 2021 the university opened for the practical session. However, due to the second wave of Covid-19, classes again got suspended.
Then, University allows UG and PG final year students in September. Though the attendance was very short. Now, finally, the university is opening with 100% capacity.
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