BHU to reopen in hybrid mode for final-year students from September 1

College reopening news: Banaras Hindu University will resume classes in hybrid mode for UG, PG final year students.

BHU to reopen in hybrid mode for final-year students from September 1 Banaras Hindu University (Source: Official Website)
Vagisha Kaushik | Aug 23, 2021 - 9:19 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: Banaras Hindu University (BHU) will resume classes in hybrid mode (offline and online) for the final year students of all undergraduate and postgraduate courses at the university, BHU announced in a social media post. Check college reopening live updates here.

According to the official notification, the hostel allocation for undergraduate and postgraduate students on a single occupancy basis will begin accordingly. The decision was taken in a meeting chaired by the Vice Chancellor today.

“Classes will be conducted in hybrid (online and offline) mode for the final year students of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Banaras Hindu University from September 1, 2021. During this, all the standards of prevention from covid-19 will be followed with full readiness. VCofficeBHU,” BHU said in a social media post.

“Classes in #hybrid mode (Offline +Online) will resume from 1st September, 2021 for final year students of Undergraduate & Postgraduate courses in #BHU. Hostel allocation for final year students of UG & PG will also resume accordingly. VCofficeBHU bhupro”, BHU PRO tweeted.

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