The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bhubaneswar has started classes for the new academic year for its on-roll students as well as new students (MTech, MSc and Ph.D.)

The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bhubaneswar has started classes for the new academic year for its on-roll students as well as new students (MTech, MSc and Ph.D.) amid the Kovid-19 epidemic. The institute said in a statement that instead of face-to-face on campus, all classes are now being conducted through live streaming.

Three-week delayed session

With a delay of just three weeks this time compared to the normal situation, the current semester has begun on time. Subsequently, when the situation improves, students will be brought to the premises with an SOP as permits. In this regard, director Prof. R. V. Rajakumar said, "0 "Now only the 2020-21 batch classes of B.Tech students are yet to start.0 "Given that jee mines and JEE (advanced) examinations are due in September, he said that the Institute will give admission to students and start their classes after a few months.

Classes to be online due to corona

On the study through online mode, Prof. Kumar said, "Due to the epidemic, the Institute has decided to introduce a new academic year through online mode. There are some shortcomings and some benefits also. Our endeavour should be to reduce losses and increase the benefits. Learning is an important component of education and therefore the role of a student, very important for success as a maine stakeholder, the director said.

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