Regardless of the reopening of colleges from February 12, schools and universities in West Bengal wouldn’t reopen instantly. This was conveyed by State Schooling Minister Partha Chatterjee on Wednesday after he chaired a gathering of the state Increased Schooling Council, which was attended by vice-chancellors of state universities.
Within the assembly, the vice-chancellors urged the state authorities to permit the colleges and schools to conduct on-line courses and maintain odd-semester exams on-line until March.
“’Since a month is left to carry exams for odd-semesters (like 1, 3, 5, 7), the vice-chancellors proposed to proceed with the web courses. The federal government has agreed to their proposal. The colleges additionally stated that they can’t reopen hostels instantly because of the pandemic scenario,” Chatterjee stated, including college students and school members have steadily received used to on-line mode.
It was additionally determined that laboratories will probably be saved open to be used by PhD researchers on a case-by-case foundation.
On reopening authorities colleges for courses 9 to 12 from February 12, Chatterjee stated, ”We are going to challenge particular notification about reopening of colleges for greater courses on the applicable time. That notification will give each element – in regards to the measures that have to be taken and what number of college students will probably be allowed at a time.”