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Despite Covid, BHU Orders Online Classes Until January 16

The Director of the Institute of Medical Sciences will make decisions on students, resident doctors, and teachers, according to a university social media post.
New Delhi, India: With the number of Covid cases in the country increasing, especially the Omicron variety, Banaras Hindu University (BHU) has ordered all of its classes to be taught online till January 16. Under the chairmanship of Vice-Chancellor Sudhir Kumar Jain, a gathering of senior university authorities decided to cancel physical classes and continue the teaching-learning process online.
The ongoing tests, according to the institution, will be conducted in accordance with Covid regulations, which include respecting social distancing rules and keeping good respiratory hygiene.

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The Director of the Institute of Medical Sciences will make decisions on students, resident doctors, and teachers, according to a university social media post

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The Vice-Chancellor of BHU further stated that lecturers must ensure that students remain engaged in online sessions. The BHU Vice Chancellor stated that the teacher should urge the pupils to study by engaging them in a variety of activities. “We will make provisions for whatever the finest medium of online teaching is,” he stated.

“The library is the heart of the institution, thus it will be made more hi-tech by putting more money in it,” the Vice-Chancellor said while announcing that physical classes have been cancelled and classes will be held online until January 16.

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“Effective computers will be installed in the library, and student seating will be improved,” the BHU VC continued.

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