Anticipating a rise in attendance in offline courses, many faculties have determined to droop on-line courses as they really feel lecturers will probably be unable to deal with the workload.
This has created nervousness amongst college students staying in different States, who don’t wish to journey at this second. Faculties and universities have their examinations scheduled between August 10 and September 3.
M. Prakash, secretary, Karnataka Non-public Postgraduate Faculties Affiliation, stated on-line courses will probably be suspended as they’re anticipating good attendance for offline courses over the subsequent week.
Okay.R. Venugopal, Vice-Chancellor of Bangalore College, stated the workload on lecturers would double in the event that they should conduct offline and on-line courses. “We are going to conduct offline courses this week and later give college students a break as they should put together for examinations. We are going to ask lecturers to juggle between on-line and offline courses this week, and can resolve on the way in which ahead for on-line courses after the examinations finish,” he stated.
The Increased Schooling Division had stated that faculties ought to proceed on-line courses together with offline courses. T.M. Manjunath, president, Karnataka Authorities Faculty Lecturers’ Affiliation, stated they’d be unable to conduct offline courses together with on-line. “We’ve thought of livestreaming the courses, however many faculties shouldn’t have the mandatory infrastructure. So, lecturers should return residence to conduct on-line courses,” he stated.
Amaresh Kadagada, State president, College students’ Federation of India, stated whereas many college students have been able to attend courses, their mother and father weren’t prepared to signal consent letters.