21 Mar 2020 16:24 IST

Covid-19 pandemic: B-schools go online

JK Business School

All classes will be recorded and shared with students for later reference

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, JK Business School started online classes for their students through G suite. This will help students complete their courses and clear their doubts, said the institute.

All classes will be recorded and shared with students for later reference.

Prof Dr Sanjeev Marwah, Director, JK Business School, said: “We have started online sessions for their regular students to overcome the problem. In this technological era, we are using technology as a solution. It will help everyone to be safe and also not compromise with their studies. Our faculty members are available any time for solving the query of the students — they can be reached through phone calls or video calls other than the online sessions.”

IMS Noida has also started online Google classroom services for their students. 

Dr Kulneet Suri, Senor Director, IMS, said: "University has started online classes of all courses for students to complete courses and to solve other academic problems faced by students due to college shut down. Students can complete their remaining courses through Google Classroom on their portal. All the related material will be available online for students and faculty can be reached through video call or phone call any time to solve the queries”.

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