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Title: IIM Calcutta students vacate hostels early
Authors: Chowdhury, Subhankar
The Telegraph
Keywords: Corona
Issue Date: 17-Apr-2021
Publisher: The Telegraph, Kolkata
Abstract: On April 5, the institute set deadline for students to evacuate since the final term exams — being held on digital platforms — would be over on April 17. Most first-year MBA students of IIM Calcutta, who had been set a deadline of April 18 to vacate the hostels, have already left the campus. On April 5, the institute had set the deadline for the students of the two-year MBA programme to vacate the hostels since the final term exams — being held on digital platforms — would be over on April 17. The students, who had been recalled last year so they could use the net facility on the campus, were supposed to write the exams online from April 15 to 17 from the hostels. But most of them have vacated the hostels before time following a spike of Covid-19 cases, said an IIM-C official. “Since the exams are being held online, it does not matter where they would be writing the exams from. If they decide to write the exams from home, it is their prerogative,” said an official, who is part of the Covid task force on the campus.
Description: The Telegraph, Joka, Kolkata | 17 April 2021, Page No. 8
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