Delhi: Amid decline in COVID-19 cases, Delhi University decides to resume offline classes
In view of decline in Covid-19 cases, Delhi University has decided to resume offline classes for all the undergraduate and post-graduate courses from 17th of this month.
The University of Delhi in its order said that the outstation students are advised to plan to reach Delhi in such a manner that they are able to complete the isolation period of three days before reporting to their respective colleges and departments.
It said, the libraries, laboratories, and canteens of the University and the college will be functioning from 17th February and they will have to strictly adhere to the Covid-19 guidelines. As per the order, the Deans of Faculties and Head of Departments or Directors of Institutions will have to ensure that all the teaching, non-teaching staff, and students follow Covid appropriate behaviour.
They will also ensure that the premises of departments, colleges, and hostels are properly ventilated and sanitized. They have been asked to encourage and ensure that all the teaching and non-teaching staff and students get vaccinated if not already done at the earliest.