- Colleges and universities will be reopened in Uttar Pradesh from November 23
- Guidelines will also have to be followed specifically between corona virus
- Social distancing and mask made compulsory for students and staff
Universities and colleges in Uttar Pradesh were also closed as a precaution after Corona cases surfaced in the country. After almost 8 months, now cases of corona are steadily decreasing. The World Health Organization (WHO) has also praised the epidemic control in the state. At the same time, the Yogi government of the state has announced to open colleges and universities from 23 November on Tuesday. Yes, guidelines have also been prepared along with it. These have to be specially followed.
In this regard, Additional Chief Secretary of Higher Education Department Monica Garg has clarified in her order to the District Magistrate and Registrar of Universities that classes should be resumed following the rules in a phased manner. It must be kept in mind that the classes should be conducted in such a way that the crowd does not gather.
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It is mandatory to have a mask, hand sanitizer
Amid instructions to open universities and colleges, it has been clarified that classes can be started with an attendance of 50 per cent students. With this, it will be mandatory for all students to wear masks. Everyone has to take care of social distancing on campus as well as in classes. It is also necessary to have a hand sanitizer for cleaning hands.
… then the risk of infection may arise
Adequate arrangements will be made for thermal scanning and handwash of the staff along with the students in the university and colleges. Chancellors and principals have been instructed to ensure that all SOPs are followed. All students and staff will keep the Arogya Setu app on mobile. The same educational institutions will be opened which will be outside the containment area. Students will not share notes, laptops etc. in the classes as it may pose an increased risk of infection.