October 22, 2020 2:48:28 am
The Jawaharlal Nehru College (JNU), which had shut its gates as a result of Covid -19 pandemic, will enable analysis students to return to campus in a phased method beginning November 2.
For now, the supply is being made just for remaining 12 months analysis students of science colleges and particular centres who should mandatorily obtain the Aarogya Setu app to enter the campus.
The JNU College students’ Union (JNUSU) has been demanding that each one college students who had left the campus shortly after the lockdown started in March, be allowed to come back again in a phased method.
In a notification Wednesday, Registrar Pramod Kumar stated, “College might be opened in a phased method w.e.f. November 2…just for the ultimate 12 months PhD analysis students, together with 9B college students and mission employees who require laboratory entry solely in Science Colleges and Particular Centres.”
The campus might be opened in two phases: on November 2, day students who’ve laboratory work, or must submit their thesis by December 31 or June 30, 2021, might be allowed to enter, together with mission employees in science colleges and centres; on November 16, the power could be opened to hostellers who meet the identical standards.
“The implementation of Part 2 ought to depend upon the profitable implementation of Part 1. After reviewing the operation of each the phases, the plan for subsequent phases for different college students could also be labored out,” it stated.
The notification stated a certificates from supervisors stating that the coed wants entry to the lab for his or her thesis might be required for entry.
Among the many 16 “obligatory tips” is the usage of Aarogya Setu app.
College students may also be required to quarantine for seven days, conduct solely on-line conferences, keep away from gatherings and keep social distancing. Canteens, dhabas and libraries may also stay shut.
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