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Circular - Appeal for Inviting Ideas/ suggestions for Bharat Padhe Online campaign: 13-04-2020

Circular -Staff (Shift I & II)

Bharath Padhe Online Campaign

13.04.2020

                           The University Grants Commission has been requesting continuously the academic community to make productive use of the lockdown period in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. To ensure uninterrupted teaching and learning at home, it has shared links of digital platforms developed by MHRD and the UGC.

                              The UGC has initiated a campaign “Bharath Padhe Online” to invite suggestions and sharing of ideas from the academic fraternity including students, researchers and teachers to boost e-learning and intensifying online education in India. The suggestions and sharing of ideas can be submitted to the UGC by logging into Twitter or sending the e-mail as the details are given in the UGC letter dated 11.04.2020.

                           All HoDs are asked to inform about Bharath Padhe Online Campaign to their department Staff Members (Teaching), Researchers and Students and also encourage them to provide their valuable inputs to the UGC in this regard.

                            The letter of the UGC is also enclosed with this circular.  

                            The last date for sending suggestions and ideas to the UGC is 16.04.2020. 

                            Looking for your fullest cooperation.

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