BD College Patna to Install Radio Frequency Identification Device | Patna News

The Comics College in Patna, a constituent unit of University of Patliputra (UPP), has begun the process of installing an advanced radio frequency identification (RFID) device at its premises. The device will likely help the college administration closely monitor the attendance of teaching and non-teaching staff each working day.
According to the principal of the college, Professor Pravin Kumar, although the college has a biometric system for attendance, there have been whispers over the past couple of years among the teachers as they are required to put their thumbprint . Therefore, the college administration has decided to install an RFID device to mark the arrival and departure time of teachers, he said, adding that the college will gradually introduce it for students in order to ensure maximum student presence in classrooms.
The college, which earned an NAAC “B” grade in 2014, is gearing up for its graduate this year. Around 9,000 students are enrolled in regular undergraduate and postgraduate courses as well as various professional training courses, including MBA and MCA. This year, the college started the BCom and Bachelor of Library Science (BLis) in professional mode, Kumar said, adding that the college has urged the university to increase the number of BCom places from 60 to 120 in professional mode.
According to the director, the PPU has approved postgraduate education in 14 subjects at the college as of the current academic session. The admissions process for two years of semester-based PG education has been launched at the college with details of the admissions process uploaded to the college’s website for the convenience of aspiring students, he said. . The college placement unit has been activated. To meet the needs of UG, PG and scholars, the college is constructing a library building, the principal said, adding that a gym has been installed on the third floor where indoor games are also available. for boys and girls.

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