Uttarakhand: Education Minister said

Uttarakhand Higher Education Minister Dhan Singh Rawat said that educational institutions will be studied in both online and offline modes.

Higher Education Minister of Uttarakhand Dhan Singh Rawat said that educational institutions will study in both online and offline modes.

Minister Dhan Singh Rawat said that in all educational institutions, students will continue their studies both online and offline. In this regard, orders will be issued to the Principal Secretary soon.

Dehradun. In view of the growing case of global epidemic Kovid-19 in Uttarakhand (Uttarakhand), Higher Education Minister Dhan Singh Rawat has directed the officials that it should not affect the studies of students. He said that students will continue their studies in both online and offline mode. So that there is no problem in their studies. In this regard, the Higher Education Minister has ordered the officials to issue instructions at the earliest.

Principal Secretary will soon issue orders

Minister Dhan Singh Rawat said that in view of the way the influence of Corona is increasing in the state, it has been decided to take students’ studies both in offline and online mode under higher education. He has told that the Principal Secretary has been asked to issue an order regarding this, so that all private and government universities of the state, Higher Education Institute, students can continue their studies in both modes. He told that students of science classes, experimental subjects will be able to study in their institutes, while students of other subjects can also study online sitting at home.

There will be monitoring of studies being done in both the modesTo ensure studies in both the modes, the vice-chancellor will monitor at the university level. At the state college level, the director will monitor higher education and submit his report to the government every month. Similarly, principals of government colleges will submit the report of their institute to the Director of Higher Education. Out of all 106 colleges, 94 colleges have been connected with 4G connectivity, the remaining colleges will also be connected with 4G connectivity by 30 April. Higher Education Minister said that 14 identified basic facilities have been made available in all state universities, colleges, library, electricity, drinking water, smart class, e-board, e-library, computer, modern laboratory equipment, furniture.




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