Delhi University: Student attendance in Delhi University colleges was good on the first day, likely to increase next week

Delhi University: The attendance of students was good on the first day in Delhi University colleges. It is likely to increase by next week.

Good attendance of students in Delhi University colleges on the first day

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Delhi University: The attendance of students was good today in the direct classes that started on Thursday after nearly two years in Delhi University. Although the number of students coming from other states was less today but it is likely to increase by next week. Teachers say that the attendance of second year students was better, but the number of students of first and third year remained less. Abha Dev Habib, a teacher at Miranda House, said, “The first year students have their exams next month and it’s time to submit their assignments and internal exams. Also, since their examinations are being conducted online in an open book manner, there is no pressure on them to return.

He said, “At present, third year students are also appearing for their entrance examinations. (entrance exams) I am busy and probably taking coaching. There is definitely enthusiasm among the second year students. We did all the experiments that we did in online classes. (Online Classes) Some colleges like Miranda House, Motilal Nehru are offering online classes to the first year students. Principals say that the attendance of students was good on the first day and expressed hope that their number will increase further from next week.

Attendance in college was very good

Dr Kalpana Bhakuni, principal of Kamala Nehru College said, “The attendance was very good. We weren’t expecting it on the first day. For the first class, the students had reached the college at 8:30 in the morning. Today every nook and corner of the campus was alive.” Bhakuni said that the schedule for the classes would not be tight for the first few weeks. However, he has expressed the possibility of increasing the attendance by Monday.

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Professor Sanjeev Kumar Tiwari, Principal of Maharaja Agrasen College, said that the attendance on the first day was 70 percent, which was not expected at all. “We had done all the preparations and today the attendance was good,” he said.

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