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Patna University (PU) students will be provided the best of education through latest technological tools from the current academic session. Most PU colleges including Patna Science College, Patna College, Magadh Mahila College and Patna Women's College, would now have virtual classrooms to apprise the students of the latest developments in their subjects. These announcements were made by PU vice-chancellor Shambhu Nath Singh while addressing the students and their guardians at an 'Open House' organized by Patna Science College here on Monday, 16th July, 2012 on the eve of the commencement of admission of undergraduate students.
Students of different institutions under PU can benefit from the lectures delivered by eminent subject teachers and can also interact with them through teleconferencing or videoconferencing from the current academic session, the VC said. He said that teachers and officials of the university would always be available to solve the problems of students both inside and outside the campus. "You can approach us even at the dead of night, if you have some serious problem," the VC told the students. The students were, however, asked to remain disciplined for their proper mental and physical growth.
PU science faculty dean Upendra Kishore Sinha exhorted the students to take their academic programmes seriously and avoid bunking classes. No student would be sent up for university examination if he does not have a minimum of 75% attendance during the entire period of the course, he said. Patna Science College principal Arun Kumar Sinha said the 'Open House' has been organized on the campus for the first time with a view to apprising the students of the scope and job potential of various subjects, so that an admission seeker may not face difficulty in selecting the subjects of his choice at the time of admission.
He said college teachers would extend all help to students in their academic advancement and personality development. PU proctor Kriteshwar Prasad, PU statistics department head Amarendra Mishra, PU chemistry department head Udar Jha, botany teacher M.P. Trivedi, geology teacher Atul Aditya Pandey, zoology teacher Sudhir Kumar Srivastava, mathematics teacher K.C. Sinha and physics teacher Shankar Kumar addressed the students and made them aware of job opportunities in different subjects.
Courtesy: Times of India
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