There has been a steady increase in cases of corona infection in the national capital, Delhi. After which the universities of Delhi have also started taking effective steps to stop the corona. Under which JNU and Jamia have implemented strict rules in the premises to protect them from the corona.
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COVID NEGATIVE REPORT MUST BE SHOWN FOR ADMISSION INTO JNU
However, JNU has advised students on campus not to leave unnecessarily amid growing Corona cases. Also, other persons, including guests coming from other places including Maharashtra, have to show a 72-hour RTPCR Corona Negative Report before admission to JNU.
Otherwise, 14 days of quarantine will have to be done. In this regard, on Sunday, JNU Registrar Prof. Anirban Chakraborty issued a directive saying that in the past few days, the cases of Corona in Delhi and the country, including the campus, are continuously increasing. In such a situation it is necessary to maintain surveillance.
The Registrar has directed all schools, centers, departments to take necessary steps to take effective steps for rescue. At the same time, students have been asked to leave the hostel if necessary.
Just like That Students staying at home, if they are not required, then the university will not come to Jamia. Jamia has formed two committees to protect and monitor Corona. However, students were advised not to come to the university for academic work, library, laboratory if they stay at home and not necessary.
At the same time, the university is essentially given a salad to follow all the Corona Standards (SOP) to wear masks, enter the campus for academic activities and necessary tasks.
At the same time, the university is essentially given a salad to comply with all Corona Standards (SOP) for wearing masks, entering the campus for educational activities and essential tasks. Jnu and Jamia have canceled the booking of the conference hall/auditorium/seminar hall till further orders.
According to Jamia, the monitoring committee constituted will closely monitor the situation on the university campus and advise the university administration for necessary steps based on the assessment of the situation.