Students returning from outside Delhi will have to quarantine themselves for seven days before entering the campus.
The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has decided to reopen in a phased manner after going into a limbo due to the recent nationwide lockdown. According to an official notification from the university, the first phase, starting November 2, will allow the entry of research scholars who need urgent access to laboratories and research centres. Social gatherings will be strictly disallowed within the campus.
To access the laboratories and research centres, students will need to provide a certificate signed by their supervisors to the university authorities. The campus hostel might reopen after November 16, but that entirely depends on how the first phase pans out. And the entire campus will open only if the first two phases prove to be successful. The dhaba, central library and canteens will remain closed until further notice.
Students returning from outside Delhi will have to quarantine themselves for seven days before entering the campus. And those who join the university November 2 onwards must mandatorily fill a self-declaration form and submit to the authorities.
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