SFI urges West Bengal govt to resume classes in colleges, universities – education

The Students’ Federation of India (SFI) has urged the West Bengal authorities to provoke steps to resume classes in schools and universities in strict adherence to COVID-19 protocols.

Students are being disadvantaged of utilizing campus services similar to library and laboratory in the present educational session as the federal government has been emphasising on the net instructing, SFI state unit normal secretary Srijon Bhattacharya stated.

The state authorities “has not taken any significant measure to make the educational sector functional in a true sense”, the CPI(M) college students’ wing chief stated.

“Not starting academic activities on institutional campuses is depriving students and researchers of using library, laboratory and other facilities,” SFI state unit President Pratik Ur Rahman stated on Thursday.

Apart from these difficulties, many college students had confronted issues whereas writing their papers in examinations, they stated, including that “face to face classroom should resume at the earliest”.

West Bengal education minister Partha Chatterjee had just lately stated there was no fast plan to reopen academic institutes due to the COVID-19 pandemic and stated on-line classes can be held as of now.

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