IIT-Guwahati resumes physical classes after 2 years

Guwahati, April 18 (SocialNews.XYZ) The premier engineering institute IIT Guwahati (IIT-G) has resumed physics classes and research at full capacity after two years, officials said on Monday.

IIT-G officials said the institute has repealed Covid restrictions that had been imposed before because there were no coronavirus cases on campus, resuming physical classes for students.

However, all the necessary precautions prescribed by the government are in place to be followed.

IIT-G was established in 1994 and it completed 25 years of existence in 2019.

Currently, the number of students and researchers on campus is close to 7,000.

Expressing his satisfaction with the resuming of the activities of the institute at its regular pace, Prof. TG Sitharam, Director of IIT-G, said that after two years of online learning, the restlessness of the students is returned to campus.

“It’s so refreshing to have students back on campus, and we’re ready to return to the classroom with a high-quality teaching and learning experience,” he said.

Alongside academic activities, cultural and sports activities have also resumed their full development on campus.

A statement from IIT-G indicates that the 26th edition of “Alcheringa”, the annual cultural festival of IIT-G, was organized from March 11 to 13 with a large-scale participation of professors, students and non-teaching staff.

Prominent artists from different parts of the country performed during the three-day ceremony.

Source: IANS

IIT-Guwahati resumes physical classes after 2 years

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