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New session starts virtually, freshers in Patna miss college campus – education

Hundreds of first-yr college college students, who have gotten admission into college through digital mode, are lacking the colourful campus life as metropolis-faculties resorted to on-line admission amid Covid-19 pandemic.

Majority of first-yr college students rued that pandemic and closure of instructional establishments snatched the appeal of getting into college life as they missed regular stuffs like brisker’s occasion, bodily tour to college and face-to-face interplay with their classmates.

Patna Women’s College (PWC) has commenced on-line lessons for all programs from November 2 whereas course-clever orientation programme will proceed until November 7.

A primary-yr scholar of vocational course Aakriti stated, “Though online orientation made us familiar with the rules and regulation, I missed the physical classroom and fresher’s party. I have interacted with my classmates during online classes but I don’t have any friend as we all are attending online classes from our houses.”

Similarly, St Xavier’s College of Management and Technology additionally commenced on-line lessons from October.

Abhishek Raj, a scholar of BCom, stated, “I am missing normal classes. For me, college life is incomplete without a fresher’s party, canteen gossip and extracurricular activities. Though, I am attending online class but usual peer interaction is missing.”

Another brisker Anjali who has taken admission in a personal college stated, “I bought casual dresses for going to college but online class has dampened the spirit.”

Dharmendra, a snack vendor outdoors the PWC premise stated, “Closure of college has caused huge loss to me. Before pandemic, I used to sell at least 500 plates daily. The footfall is low these days as students are not coming to college.”

Meanwhile, Patna University (PU) which had scheduled starting of recent tutorial session from November 5 has postponed until additional discover.

On Wednesday, PU’s vice-chancellor Girish Kumar Choudhary, stated, “Due to pandemic and state elections, admission process is still not complete. We will commence the classes soon after completion of admission process.”

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