DU Campus is not in physical operation since March 2020. To reopen the campus and regulate it as old-time, the All India Student’s Association, AISA stepped forward with a decision.
The association launched a campaign that clearly states the demand for reopening the DU campus again. Moreover, AISA says Delhi University must undertake certain arrangements. They should facilitate vaccination drives for DU students.
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MEMORANDUMS PASSED BY AISA
Not all the students were accessible to the online mode of education. For the marginalized section of society, it was a serious issue whose solution would cost them thousands. So, AISA submitted certain memorandums on behalf of students.
The colleges that received the memorandum are Satyawati College, Shivaji College, Ram Lal Anand College, and more. Delhi University must come up with a structured process for how it will reopen the campus.
AISA DEMANDS VACCINATION DRIVES
Moreover, the association says that the varsity must also frame programmes to regulate the vaccination drives of the students. This should be done within 10 days of the reopening of colleges. Moreover, DU must also provide medical assistance in the case of COVID-19.
REFUND OF FEES BY DU COLLEGES
On the other hand, as per AISA demands, DU Colleges must provide accommodations to students from outstations. The varsity must refund the fees collected in the past three semesters.