Tribune News Service
Patiala, January 10
Students of Punjabi University, Patiala, will begin attending offline classes after a gap of nearly 10 months as the university administration has decided to open its doors for them.
University officials said the offline classes would be restarted at all departments and centres in a matter of days beginning with science faculties on Monday. They said physical sciences, life sciences and medicine departments would open from Monday. The neighbourhood campuses, regional centres and constituent colleges would also open for all students the same day.
They said the classes of professional faculties, including faculty of business studies, faculty of law and faculty of engineering and technology would begin from Thursday. The remaining faculties, including social sciences, arts and culture, languages and education and information sciences, would open from January 18.
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