New Delhi: The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) on Wednesday decided to reopen the third and fourth phases of the campus from September 23 and September 27 respectively. “Regarding reopening of educational institutions with maximum 50% seating capacity subject to strict compliance of SOPs notified by DDMA in order of Delhi Disaster Management Authority, Government of NCT of Delhi. The university has decided to reopen the campus. details inside
Phase-03 of JNU reopening from 23 September 2021:
- All third year PhD scholars (both hostel and day-scholars) are allowed to enter the campus.
- Buses will be allowed to enter the premises following the COVID-19 protocol.
- To avoid overcrowding, it has been decided to decentralize the process of issuing ID cards from the Security Office. The identity cards of the students will be issued at the school/special center level.
Phase-04 of JNU reopening from September 27, 2021:
- All MSc final year, B.Tech IV year and MBA final year scholars (both hostel and day-scholar) will be allowed to enter the campus.
“Any person contravening the above directions shall be liable to action under the provisions of sections 51 to 60 of the Disaster Management Act, 2005, sections 188 of the IPC and other applicable laws,” the officials said. Also Read – School Reopening Latest Updates: ‘Govts Decide’, Supreme Court’s Big Statement on Reopening Schools
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