The physical classes and hostel facilities will resume in a total of four phases
The Haryana-based Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology has opened its doors for students from November 16 in a phased manner, following the standard operating procedures (SOPs) and safety guidelines issued by the Union government. According to an official notification, the university has allowed students coming from different cities and neighbouring areas to stay in the hostel for a limited period in a phased manner.
“The University has a large number of students in Hostels and an equally good number of students coming from city and neighbouring areas. In order to follow the SOP and social distancing in Hostels as well as in classes, it has been decided that the University will allow the students to stay in the Hostel for a limited period in the phased manner,” read the notification.
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The varsity has announced a total of four different phases, in which, the physical classes and hostel facilities will resume.
Except the first semester, exams for the remaining semesters will be concluded by February 2021. However, online classes will continue throughout the semester.
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