Directorate of Higher Education (DHE) has also been making a software for online monitoring and this will be done before October 1.
There will be three classes for both undergraduate and postgraduate students which will be conducted through a couple of platforms approved by Directorate of Higher Education (DHE). While the undergraduate courses students will have a total of three sessions and each session will be of 40 minute, for the postgraduate students there will be two sessions of 30 minutes each.
“Online classes will be mandatory for all higher education institutions and colleges will have to make certain that students attend these classes. Online monitoring will have to be done by the lead college principals and they will be updating us in regular intervals,” additional director of DHE, Dr Suresh Silawat told TOI.
Silawat said that during the video conference of DHE on Monday, the discussion was held on preparations for the new academic session.
While all the school principals will be monitoring the online classes, on district level, the principal of the lead college will monitor the online sessions and on division level, additional directors will do the monitoring. On the state-level, DHE commissioner will monitor the online classes.
Apart from the online classes, during the evening time, Aakashvani will also telecast the educational content for both undergraduate and postgraduate students which will be an alternative option.
“The timings for online classes and Aakashvani will be kept in such a way that they don’t clash and students are able to attend both in case they want to,” added Silawat.
Higher Educational Institutes (HEIs) submitted their list of experts and their subjects for the audio and video content.