Earlier this month, the University of Delhi issued an official notification announcing that it would take physical classes for science stream students in the wake of a reduction in coronavirus cases, after which a section of teachers expressed dissatisfaction over the university’s decision to call students on campus.
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Later, University Registrar Bikash Gupta said that the Delhi Disaster Management Authority had not issued any guidelines on reopening the campuses and the university later reversed its decision. Speaking on the latest announcement by the Delhi government that schools and colleges could be reopened from September 1, Gupta said on Friday, “We have an executive council meeting on August 31 and we will plan and hold a meeting after that. We will not be able to. Repeat from September 1. Get started. Whenever we open, we open first to science students. ”
The University of Delhi has been closed since March last year due to Kovid but allowed final year students to return to the college for lab access in February this year and take practical classes.
However, classes were postponed again in April due to the second Covid wave.
Jawaharlal Nehru University Vice-Chancellor Mamidala Jagadish Kumar said the matter would be discussed internally after receiving the administrative order.
“No matter what guidelines the government issues about Kovid, we will follow as an educational institution. Our students are scattered all over the country and some of them are living in places where there is still an epidemic. We will give them some time back. Once the government orders We will discuss and plan so that the students do not get in trouble, ”Kumar said.
The student union of the university has been demanding the reopening of the campus in phases.
After a long hiatus due to the Kovid-1 pandemic epidemic, schools, colleges and coaching institutes of class 12-12 will be reopened in the national capital from September 1.
The decision was taken in the wake of a significant improvement in the Covid-1 situation in Delhi, following the recent brutal second wave of infections that claimed many lives, adding to the woes of hospitals across the city.
An official at Jamia Millia Islamia said the academy would wait for the UGC’s guidance on the matter before making a decision on resuming physical classes.
“We will discuss the reopening of the campus with our decision-making body – the Academic Council and the Executive Council and all stakeholders. We will also wait for the UGC guidelines,” he said.
“We have a lot of students from Kerala where there are reports of a large number of coronavirus cases so we have to see. We may not be able to open hostels because food and other things need to be properly arranged.”
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University and Ambedkar University have said that they will abide by the government order and abide by all the guidelines.
An official of Ambedkar University said the action plan would be prepared in consultation with the deans of the school.
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