Thursday marked the beginning of the new academic session 2021-22 at Lucknow University. The university offers courses in BCom, management, and fine arts. Students turned up in small numbers for the first offline classes of first-year university students, only 20-30% turned up for the classes.
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As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, we mostly held our classes online during my final year of high school. Avni Malhotra, a BCom first-year student, said, “I am pleased to learn that offline classes will finally be a routine part of the University.”
Durgesh Srivastava, LU’s spokesperson, said, “We have already begun the classes for 10 undergraduate courses, which include BCom, vocational, fine arts, and management while BA and BSc classes will begin when the admission process is complete.”