March 09, 2022
The previous year has seen tremendous hurdles in the admission process, because of the covid conditions. Students were reluctant to get their admissions as they were confused weather the online education would benefit them. There are several subject which could however do well with theoritical online classes like Literature Subjects ; there were few courses that needed practical sessions.
Subjects like Mass Communication , Journalism and Events Mnagament basically have practical sessions , thus the reported admissions in these courses were a lot lower in the previous year. In the month of February 2022, a lot of state colleges and private colleges started functioning normally. Few colleges have started admission for first year students and few colleges would gear up the process from the Month of April. A lot of students after passing their board exams sat for several competitive exams. The chance to get admission in several college have missed and thus a lot of people had to wait for a new educational year. There were a lot of financial losses incurred as well.
However , students and there parents are still in a constant tension. The fee structure of private colleges are still a question. Several colleges have kept the fee structure similar or with minimum hike. Some colleges have however increased the fee structure to a good limit. The UGC approved colleges however have certain guidelines. These guidelines are necessary for colleges to decide a fee structure and also get it approved from higher authorities. This is done to ensure fair education to the children.The commencement of admission tests online is also done. Everyone is hoping that the education system would not suffer anymore . The students and the teachers are expecting that 2022, would be a good academic year for the students where they would learn and finally get to meet their friends and have a nice academic year.
By Subhechcha Ganguly
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