The conference will discuss students’ issues which have been received by Mr. Dhankar from the students across the country.
The West Bengal Governor, Mr Jagdeep Dhankar has asked the Vice-Chancellors and Chancellors of all state universities to attend a virtual conference on July 15, 2020 at 11 AM. The conference will be held for discussing student issues, inputs of which have been received by Mr. Dhankar from students across the country.
Several issues have been shared to him by the students as a result of their extreme anxiety during the pandemic, to which he responded, saying, “Student issues are highest priority for me, both as Governor and Chancellor. Covid-19 has generated host of woes and concerns for all including our students.”
Student issues are highest priority for me, both as Governor and Chancellor. Covid-19 has generated host of woes and concerns for all including our students.— Governor West Bengal Jagdeep Dhankhar (@jdhankhar1) July 7, 2020
For way forward resolution would have VIRTUAL CONFERENCE with all VCs/Pro VCs @MamataOfficial at 11 am on July 15,2020. pic.twitter.com/E1mRWPQMpQ
Writing to the VCs and Pro-VCs, the Governor urged them to “indicate” the student problems by July 13. He has also mentioned the effects of COVID-19 on everybody’s life in different ways. In the letter, he added that the concerns of the students have never been this way before, thus they must get helped in their “onward journey.”
The details of the conference including the link details will be provided to all concerned persons by the Governor’s office.
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