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Despite Covid, BHU Orders Online Classes Until January 16

According to a university social media post, the Director of the Institute of Medical Sciences will make judgments about students, resident doctors, and teachers.
India, New Delhi: Due to an increase in Covid cases in the country, particularly the Omicron form, Banaras Hindu University (BHU) has ordered that all of its classes be taught online till January 16. A meeting of senior university officials, chaired by Vice-Chancellor Sudhir Kumar Jain, decided to cancel physical courses and continue the teaching-learning process online.
According to the institution, the ongoing testing will be carried out in compliance with Covid requirements, which include adhering to social distance rules and maintaining proper respiratory hygiene.

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According to a university social media post, the Director of the Institute of Medical Sciences will make judgments about students, resident doctors, and teachers.

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In addition, BHU’s Vice-Chancellor stressed that instructors must ensure that students are interested in online sessions. According to the Vice Chancellor of BHU, teachers should encourage students to study by involving them in a variety of activities. He remarked, “We will make arrangements for whatever the best online teaching medium is.”

“Because the library is the heart of the school, more money will be invested in it,” the Vice-Chancellor remarked, announcing that physical classes would be cancelled and classes would be held online until January 16.

The BHU VC said, “Effective computers will be installed in the library, and student sitting will be enhanced.”

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