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During the Pandemic the College has shifted to an online teaching-learning mode as per the Government directive, in order to prioritize the safety of all concerned. While trying to adapt to the altered state of things, the College has ensured that the teaching-learning process along with other necessary administrative tasks and office work remain up to date.
The College has taken the following measures in order to help the students and to make certain that they do not suffer academically or otherwise during the Pandemic:
• No-contact online teaching as per set routine, on all six days of the week to ensure timely and complete syllabus coverage
• Real-time online classes and material sharing using the College’s G Suite for Education account, with dedicated platforms like G Meet and Google Classroom
• Keeping network problems in mind, especially during cyclones and other such emergencies, recordings of class lectures/class lessons or notes are uploaded in Google Classrooms so that students who missed the classes can access them later
• Regular assessment through online classwork, assignments and class-tests
• Webinars with invited guest speakers to enliven and develop the students’ academic interests and critical thoughts. These subject specific webinars are planned as substitutes of the earlier extension lectures
• The College Central Library remains open and is accessed by teachers for borrowing books and references for their teaching needs (excepting lockdown periods). The students can also choose to visit the Library and avail of its facilities
• Teachers and students have access to paid online resources like Jstor, Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, Taylor Francis, South Asia Archive and a host of other e-resources through the institutional subscription of Inflibnet
• The College librarians help students access online resources from subscribed as well as open-access domains
• An excellent teacher-student ratio ensures individual care and attention
• The Principal regularly meets and interacts with students from all departments through virtual platforms
• The Principal meets with the Academic Subcommittee as well as the faculty to plan the academic calendar and also to ensure smooth progression of teaching-learning and timely completion of syllabus
• Smooth online examination procedures, attending to any problem that an individual student might face due to pandemic restrictions or due to lack of technological infrastructure
• Online PTMs conducted at regular intervals to discuss students’ progress with parents/guardians
• Regular online student mentoring and webinars on mental wellbeing with professional counsellors
• Cultural programmes, intra-college fests, quizzes and competitions are organized virtually to break the monotony of online classes
• The Student Welfare Committee has organized a system whereby students lacking technological infrastructure are being helped with devices and monthly internet data.
After the devastations caused by the cyclone Amphan in 2020, affected students were given financial support as emergency funds. Teachers, alumni and well-wishers of the College have donated generously to the relief fund
• The College Office remains open to carry out the necessary administrative work (apart from lockdown period). This especially ensures trouble-free procedures for online form fill up, examination, admission and registration
• The college premises are sanitized regularly; employees and visitors have to follow all safety measures as per COVID protocols.
• Formation of a COVID Cell with teacher members to attend to students’ problems during the pandemic sessions
• The RKSMVV COVID Helpdesk has been put up as a way of providing verified COVID-related information during the deadly second wave in May 2021


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