After different talks on the issue of taking online classes in DU, the concerned have been asked to require essential activities for online classes.
DU to begin online classes, give wellbeing protections to understudies
Dhaka University (DU) specialists have chosen to begin online classes and give all its understudies wellbeing protections in the midst of the continuous coronavirus pandemic.
The choice came at a assembly of the Dean’s committee – chaired by DU Vice-Chancellor (VC) Prof M Akhtaruzzaman – held at the Nabab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate building on Tuesday. A press discharge was issued by the college in this regard.
After different discourses on this issue, the concerned have been asked to require essential activities for online classes, the press discharge read. Deans and executives of the resources and institutes will facilitate the method and send orders to the university’s recorder after confirming the requests and shortfalls, the discharge added. The Dean’s committee said it would be fast and simple for them to decide the inadequacies and needs of the offices, instructors, and understudies of Dhaka College by beginning virtual instruction as before long as conceivable in spite of having constrained access.
College specialists are however to choose when they will begin educating online.
In the interim, a six-member committee was shaped at the assembly, driven by Dr Kamal Uddin, the college treasurer and a teacher of the office of worldwide business. The committee will define the fundamental approaches so that Dhaka University understudies can profit therapeutic administrations at distinctive clinics with a least protections premium within the Covid-19 emergency.
“Insurance will offer assistance us accomplish the Feasible Advancement Objectives (SDGs). This will moreover offer assistance Dhaka University move up within the list of best colleges around the globe,” the discharge added.
The Dean’s committee moreover inquired college offices and establishing to get ready a database on how they can contribute to accomplishing the 17 objectives and 169 targets of the UN’s SDGs and asked all to yield their recommendations by June 30 to the Dhaka College Recorder Enamuzzman.
“However, the number of fresher seats in Dhaka College ought to be decided taking the capacity of the college into thought, as well as national and universal needs in arrange to progress the quality of instruction.