JAIPUR: The Rajasthan University (RU) will start online classes from June 16 to complete the syllabus for post-graduation (PG) courses.
According to chief minister Ashok Gehlot’s guidelines, PG final year examinations would be conducted in July. The university has planned to complete the syllabus before that.
Vice-Chancellor of the university R K Kothari said, “Around 30% courses of PG students are remaining. We have called teachers by June 10 to the university where plan for online teaching will be made. We are hopeful to complete the syllabus by June end. In July examinations will be conducted for both PG finals and UG third year.”
However, university has to keep in mind about the mischief any student can commit during online classes. Recently, in fiveyear law courses online classes were started but some students started putting slanderous content in the comment sections disrupting the teaching.
It hasn’t been decided when to conduct examination for UG first and second year. The government has planned to provisionally promote them in further classes and later on when situations will be in control examinations will be conducted.
At present, it has been a difficult task for the university to search for examination centres in city keeping in view adhering to social distancing norms. There are 4 lakh students to appear in the examination. The university has made arrangements to accommodate 3 lakh students but 1lakh students are remaining for whom university is trying to find a solution.