LAHORE:24 April:Government College University (GCU) Lahore on Thursday announced that it will resume online classes after the training of its teachers and quality control of courses. Prof Zaidi further said that the GCU constituted a “Panel for Digital Learning Environment” and embarked upon a four-dimension strategy comprising teachers’ training, preparation of approved online-ready courses, adoption of the Learning Management System (LMS) and procedures for online classes and providing time, support and guidance to students for readiness for online classes. For motivational and inspirational purposes, the Vice-Chancellor dedicated the working of this Panel for Digital Learning Environment to Dr Mahbub ul Haq (1934 - 1998), a distinguished Ravian and economist, who radically transformed the development paradigm to use Human Development Index data in promoting sustainable development. The Vice-Chancellor hoped that in case coronavirus situation gets controlled and lockdown of universities end on May 31, university would resume regular classes from June 01, 2020. He said the university has engaged daily wagers adopting the social distancing SOPs for the renovation of universities’ classrooms. “A good classroom is a strong prerequisite of the quality of education and we are using the current time to prepare model classrooms in each department,” he added.The news.