Important Update on Room Allocation for Non-Residential Students

In a recent development at UGEL, students were met with a somewhat confusing pop-up notification on the STS platform. The notification in question asked non-residential students to make a seemingly crucial decision – to tick either “YES” or “NO” regarding room allocation. Before you rush to make a choice, it’s essential to understand the context behind this unexpected notification.

First and foremost, the 66th SRC Executives want to clarify that this pop-up notification is part of a testing phase for the Residential Allocation Arrangement. In other words, it was a trial run to ensure that the system functions smoothly when the actual room allocation process begins.

The key takeaway from this is that non-residential students can safely disregard this notification for now. Your immediate response is not required, as it was merely a part of the testing process. So, if you were confused or worried about whether to select “YES” or “NO,” you can take a deep breath and relax.

The good news is that an official announcement regarding the Residential Arrangement will be made shortly. This announcement will provide all the necessary details and instructions for both residential and non-residential students to navigate the room allocation process smoothly.

In essence, the 66th SRC Executives are working diligently to ensure that the room allocation process is as transparent and straightforward as possible. They understand the importance of keeping students well-informed and will be sharing all the relevant information today.

So, in conclusion, don’t fret about that pop-up notification just yet. Stay tuned for the official announcement, and rest assured that the 66th SRC Executives have your best interests at heart. Your room allocation for the upcoming academic year will soon be clarified, and you’ll have all the guidance you need to make the right decisions. Best regards to all UGEL students!

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