Theory classes to be continued offline
Colleges under the University of Delhi will resume offline practical classes for final-year students of undergraduate and postgraduate courses on September 15, 2021. Attendance to practical classes is not compulsory and theory classes will be held online as usual.
The offline classes for all students will gradually be resumed in phases. An attendance of 50% will be accommodated in each practical class at a time. The university has said that only the students who have received at least one dose of the anti-COVID vaccine will be allowed on the campuses. However, students returning to the hostels should be fully vaccinated. All teachers and non-teaching staff members should be vaccinated with both doses as well.
According to the guidelines of Delhi University, only those experiments and practicals that are important for the upcoming semester shall be held on the campus.
Also, in case the campus is used by both evening and morning colleges, then a conducive timetable must be followed.
The guidelines also state strict COVID-19 protocols to be followed in the colleges. Everyone on the campus must wear proper masks at all times. Use of sanitisers at regular intervals is mandatory. Social distancing is to be maintained as much as possible. The college authorities should also take the responsibility of sanitizing every laboratory, classroom and other closed space. A thermal screening must be done for every individual entering the campus.
Since the COVID-19 situation improved recently this year, the Delhi government gave a green signal to educational institutions to reopen.
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