Colleges in Karnataka will go for normal offline classes from January 15 for college kids of all undergraduate, postgraduate, engineering and diploma classes, Deputy Chief Minister of Higher Education, Dr C N Ashwath Narayan stated on Monday.
“The final year offline classes are already underway successfully. The classes of first, second, and third-year students will start from January 15,” Narayan instructed reporters after chairing a gathering with the officers.
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The State authorities has additionally made up its thoughts to open the scholars’ hostels. Along with it, bus companies may even resume.
The Deputy Chief Minister emphasised that each one the preparations have been made as the usual working process laid out by the Centre to include the unfold of COVID-19.
“There will be COVID screening, sanitisers, mandatory wearing of face mask and social distancing in place at all the colleges,” he added.
Narayan stated the federal government has already determined to maintain offline examinations or the traditional method of conducting examinations this yr and crucial instructions have been given to the colleges and the schools about it.