The choice was taken throughout a gathering convened by the UoH vice-chancellor Prof Appa Rao Podile with the deans and heads of departments.
“The inner committee will look into the considerations raised by the scholars and can submit a report back to the VC in a few days. Till then, semester registrations shall begin and departments have the flexibleness to determine on the identical,” stated Vinod Pavarala, UoH spokesperson. The committee will likely be headed by Prof Chakravarthy Bhagvati, dean of pc science division.
In among the departments, courses have already commenced regardless of the semester registrations. “The VC has given flexibility to departments in case they wish to begin courses by March 8. Those that have already began on-line courses can proceed the identical,” stated Pavarala.
The scholars union had held a number of protests in opposition to the administration and had demanded revocation of the charges. It had termed the college’s resolution as anti-student and had sought registration for the subsequent semester with out levying any further prices.