The government of Karnataka is planning ahead and has decided to reopen the colleges for the academic session 2021-22 from October 4, 2021. The government has also proposed a new pattern to cover up all the syllabus in a short amount of time.

As per the directives of the state government, the colleges in Karnataka will reopen from October 4 for the new session. There will be no semester breaks for this academic session and classes will be conducted six days a week.

An academic calendar has also been drafted by the state government with all the proposed changes for undergraduate, postgraduate, and engineering courses in the state. These changes have been proposed to ensure that students are able to cope with the academic loss due to Covid-19.

The University Grants Commission (UGC) had earlier proposed that each semester should have a minimum of 90 working days so that the students can finish the syllabus. Keeping the Covid-19 situation in mind, the government will also seek advice from students regarding the draft calendar.

Though the colleges and universities have been reopened in the state from January 15, the Karnataka government has stated that the attendance is voluntary. The final exams for universities will be conducted in offline mode from now.

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