Vice-Chancellor held extraordinary meeting with Bilwi enclosure guilds
Vice-Chancellor and Academic Secretariat of the Bilwi campus in extraordinary meeting with the coordination of areas, representatives of administrative, teaching and student guilds.
Neylin Calderon

Information and analysis on the new modality by meeting

After learning of the official statement issued by Dr. Alta Hooker Blandford, rector of URACCAN, where it is reported that from this Monday, May 18, all races will go into the modality by meeting, Vice-Chancellor and Academic Secretariat of the Bilwi campus met with the coordinations of areas, representatives of administrative guilds, teachers and students to organize class schedules on this university campus.

Teacher Ivonne McLean, academic secretary of the Bilwi campus, read out the "Strategy for Educational Continuity of the First Academic Semester 2020", issued from the academic direction. The official reported that the main objective of this extraordinary meeting was to share the official communiqué of the classes by meeting and, in addition, the plan previously made by teachers in the event that the COVID-19 emergency increased and security measures had to be updated.

Based on the above, on Saturday, May 16, an informational assembly was held with the teaching guild to organize the new educational schedules and how to readish academic programs in compliance with the six-monthly plan.

In this regard, this Monday, May 18, an assembly will be held with the student community to report on the decisions made by the university authorities and explain the new work plan.

This university campus has the number of 960 students attending classes From Monday to Friday and who are part of the 12 careers offered in Bilwi. URACCAN, being a responsible higher education institution, has taken these steps because it is aware that the country is in a health emergency by Covid-19. Hence each of his decisions is thinking for the well-being of the entire university community.