Anu Parthiban|Jan 14, 2022
Lucknow University to gift facility centre to students on new year: Report
Lucknow University has started PhD course work classes in the university from December 6.
NEW DELHI: Lucknow University is planning to establish a student facility centre on the ground floor of the dean welfare office in the main campus as a new year’s gift to students, the Hindustan Times reported.
“This special student lounge will be furnished with all kinds of setups for the students, including a water or coffee dispenser, comfortable furniture where students can relax, a reading desk with popular newspapers and magazines and many more,” Professor PoonamTandon was quoted as saying by HT.
The university’s vice-chancellor AK Rai said that this facility is being established for the students and will contain up to date features just as any international student centre should possess. All student-related offices will be situated in the building, such as the office of the dean of student affairs, the office of the chief provost, international collaborations and international student advisors, the report said.
The building earlier known as CPMT Bhawan will also consist of a meeting room of international standards where any department or institute can organise their meetings and seminars, Rai told HT.
The blueprint of the whole project to redevelop the correct utility of space will soon be obtained and available as a New Year gift for students, as per the report.
Tandon is looking forward to student visitors who will add to the atmosphere of the space with their passion and charm, the report further said.
Meanwhile, Lucknow University started PhD course work classes from December 6. The university announced it on its website.
Moreover, today is the last date for paying fees for admissions to undergraduate programmes in Lucknow University under the second choice-filling for session 2021.
The University of Lucknow had announced resumption of offline classes for the first semester students of BCA from October 25. According to an official statement from the university, 75 percent attendance is mandatory for taking the mid-term and end-term semester exams.
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