The government is ready to open universities in Karnataka; Decision in two days

Bangalore: The state government has made it clear that Karnataka universities will soon reopen. Karnataka’s chief deputy minister shared the tweet hinting at the reopening of the universities.

However, there have been no official announcements in this regard. A decision is expected on July 19. Many people, including Malaysians, are studying at various Karnataka universities.

On the 16th, Karnataka’s Chief Deputy Minister CN Ashwatnarayan said that a decision would be made to open regular classes for undergraduate classes in three or four days. The final decision was made after detailed discussions with Karnataka’s chief minister, Yeddyurappa.

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About 65 percent of students in government, private universities and with government assistance have been vaccinated, authorities said.

The tweet said that a decision would be made in 3-4 days in consultation with the Chief Minister on the start of regular classes for undergraduate classes. He added that face-to-face classes will be held to make it easier for students to write exams for careers and that students will be able to use it to solve any doubts or doubts and prepare for the tests.

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The Senior Vice Minister had announced the dates of the practical exams for the semester graduates on July 16. Exams for semester students will be held from July 26 to 28, 2021. However, the theoretical tests for any of the remaining subjects will be held from August 2 to 21, 2021.

On the other hand, it has been announced that the practical exams will be held from November 2 to 12, 2021 and the theoretical exams will be held from November 17, 2021 to December 6, 2021.

The Karnataka government had decided to open all medical and dental schools soon. Nothing is yet known about the reopening of schools across the state.

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