After a spot of 9 months for the reason that coronavirus-induced lockdown, common lessons for first and second-year college students in Karnataka would resume after Sankranti on January 14.
Announcing this on Friday, Deputy Chief Minister Dr C N Ashwath Narayan, who holds the upper schooling portfolio, requested the Vice-Chancellors of presidency and personal universities, senior officers of a number of departments, together with that of upper schooling, to recommend a date for resumption of the lessons.
The vice-chancellors attended a gathering with the Deputy Chief Minister and all of them have been unanimous that the federal government ought to begin the offline lessons.
Narayan requested them to recommend a date and primarily based on their submission, the date to start out lessons can be introduced. This applies to first and second-year students of diploma, post-graduation, diploma, and engineering.
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The offline or common lessons for the 10th class, second pre-university, closing year diploma, and postgraduate students have already began and have been operating efficiently.
By taking this success into consideration, it has been determined to open the remaining lessons additionally, he mentioned.
Regarding the students bus cross, Narayan mentioned the confusion can be cleared quickly by discussing with one other Deputy Chief Minister Laxman Savadi, who holds the transport portfolio.