Students have been seen entering colleges in the capital wearing masks. Classes were taken for beginners in each subject. Authorities expect the influx of students to increase after the end of the Diwali holidays. Students will also be admitted to the hostel in the next two days.
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Niranjan Mishra, principal of the BJB Autonomous College, said more than 60 per cent of first-year students attended classes on Monday. “Many students come from far and wide in Orissa. As the Diwali festival will be celebrated on November 4, attendance will increase after the end of the festival, ”he added. Rajdhani College Principal Sasmita Sarangi said each department conducted classes for first year UG students. “About 50 per cent of the students attended the class on the first day. The last date to apply for hostel accommodation is November 3. After that the attendance will increase, ”he added.
Similarly, Sasmita Mohanty, chairperson of the PG Council of Rama Devi Women’s University, said they got 50 per cent attendance on the first day. “We have plans to do an orientation program for newcomers after 15 days,” he added.
Bablu Palai, a first-year student at UG in Ganjam, said he took two classes on the first day – English and political science. “I am happy to be able to take classes offline after a few months. I had an excitement in my mind to meet new friends and attend classes at the new college, ”he added.
Although the first stage of admission has been completed, the Department of Higher Education will admit the second stage for those who will pass the Plus II Arts, Science, Commerce and Vocational stream offline board exams. Test results have not yet been published.
Students who pass this offline exam can fill out their general application form through the Student Academic Management System (SAMS) portal and participate in the UG admission process. In the second phase, the vacant seats of the degree college will be filled. These students will take part in the class later.
Meanwhile, the Department of Higher Education has also announced that PG first year classes will start from November 15th.
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