Berhampur, May 5 (LocalWire): Berhampur University which was closed for last four days in the wake of extremely severe cyclone Fani, will be re-opened from Monday.
The decision was taken by the university authorities after inspecting the classrooms and hostels in Bhanja Bihar on Saturday.
Barring some trees that were uprooted, Bhanja Bihar, the university campus
escaped the cyclone’s fury, said Vice chancellor Rajendra Prasad Das.
He said the power and water supply, which was disrupted was restored. The debris have also been cleaned.
The classrooms and hostels remained unaffected and will therefore not affect classes and functioning of hostels, he said. ‘We have decided to conduct the classes from Monday and also asked boarders of different
hostels to return to the campus,’ he said.
Chairman of Post Graduate Council and warden of PG Hostels have issued the notices in this regard through the website of university, VC said.
The classes of the university were suspended from 2 May in view of the impending cyclone, which hit Odisha last Friday. The boarders were asked to vacate the hostel from 2 May taking ino consideration the safety of the students.
The second and fourth semester PG examinations which was deferred to
11 May following the demand of the students, will commence from the same date.
If all the students turn up and wish to appear for the examination, the university authorities will not change the examination date further,’ he said.