Delhi University Reopening: Offline classes will start in Delhi University from February 17, proctor gave information

Delhi University Reopening: Delhi University Proctor Rajni Abbi said that from February 17, offline classes will start in Delhi University.

Offline classes will start in Delhi University from February 17

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Delhi University Reopening: Delhi University has announced to start offline classes. Delhi University from February 17 (Delhi University) Offline classes will start. University Proctor Rajni Abbi gave this information. Earlier, Delhi University Vice Chancellor Yogesh Singh told reporters that offline classes (DU Offline Classes) Discussions were being held with the principals of colleges on starting. In the national capital, students protested on the university campus to start classes. Students ‘out of order’ outside Vice Chancellor’s office (Out of Order) board was put up.

Students Federation of India demanding to restore offline classes in Delhi University (SFI) launched the ‘Classroom on the Road’ campaign where Professor Abha Dev Habib of Miranda House spoke on the functioning of the Academic Council of the University and the changes taking place in the education system.

UG course discussion

Delhi University has organized its Academic Council meeting to discuss UG syllabus in the session 2022-23. The Council discussed the Undergraduate Course Framework (UGCF), which was presented on January 21, 2022. The UGCF was created to implement the reforms suggested by the National Education Policy 2020. DU’s UGCF-2022 allows students to choose at least four optional papers from any subject other than the main subject.

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Offline classes are slowly starting in Delhi colleges. Physical classes have also started in Gurugobind Singh Indraprastha University and Jawaharlal Nehru University from February 7. Except for the first year, all other classes will start in DU. It has been told that the first year examinations are starting from March 10. Therefore, the decision on starting their offline classes will be taken later. Hindu College secretary and SFI leader Ankit Birpali said that you can see the frustration on the faces of the students.

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