Bharati Vidyapeeth’s College of Engineering has already started its online classes for the next academic session as claimed by one of the students. The college allegedly started its online classes from 20th July, defying the University’s instructions of commencing classes from 20th August.
University Guidelines Not Being Followed?
On 24 July, GGSIPU released an official notice regarding the start of classes for academic session 2020-21. As per the notice, all affiliated colleges shall begin the classes for the new academic session in online mode from 20th August.
A student from BVCOE reached out to IPU Buzz in order to raise concerns regarding the early onset of online classes in their college. The student claimed that the college began online classes from 20th July, which is a month before the University’s notice suggests.
No official notice regarding the commencement of online classes was released on the college’s website. The information was intimidated to the students through the class representative (CR) in an informal manner, as claimed by the student.
The classes are reportedly held every day from 9 AM to 5 PM with an hour’s break. The students also reached out to their college faculty. One of the teachers from BVCOE regarded these as extra classes for skill enhancement, as told by the student.
“We are not being rewarded with any attendance for the online classes”, stated one of the students from BVCOE.
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Students of BVCOE are in angst as their college is defying the University’s guidelines. Students enroll themselves in the University and not an individual college. The practice of GGSIPU affiliated colleges defying the University guidelines and following their own set of rules shall be put to an end.
The above details are cited by the students of Bharati Vidyapeeth’s College of Engineering. We tried reaching the college but didn’t receive a comment form their end.