Saturday, August 2, 2014

Colleges to have classes on Saturdays as well REBYNA RANA

BACK TO NORMAL: Gangtok, after a more than fortnight long lull, returned to its normal self today with not only the colleges and schools back to normal routine, but even the traffic snarls into town having returned to the highway.

GANGTOK, 01 Aug: Government colleges and schools reopened today after a gap of 13 days [apart from the summer holidays that preceded the shut-down] following the student protest. College authorities inform that first, third and fifth semester students will now have classes on Saturdays as well in order to make up for lost time and complete the syllabus on time.
Vice Principal, SGC Tadong, Dr. Bina Pradhan informed that classes resumed today peacefully and students have also starting attending the classes.
On classes being held on Saturdays, she informed that this was decided in a meeting held on 30 July.
She added that a new Chemistry lab has been set up at the college and the lab facilities will soon be made available to the 350 Science students of the college.
The HRDD had directed all schools and colleges in the state to shut down on 17 July following unrest in the capital after a student protest went out of hand.

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