Delhi University offline classes: After the decline in the cases of coronavirus in the country, the Delhi government has allowed the reopening of classes IX to XII, colleges, and other educational institutions from September 1. After which the Acting Vice-Chancellor of Delhi University PC Joshi has also declared to open the university in a phased manner.
The DU VC says, the safety of the students is the main concern for us, so we will initially invite-only a limited no of students to Delhi University.
As per the university official, a meeting of senior officials was conducted on Wednesday and it has been decided to start the university from next week. Now a meeting of Principals, Deans, and Heads of Departments will be conducted today i.e. on Thursday to talk over the status of the university and its reopening.
AFTER CALLING SOME STUDENTS, WE WILL REVIEW TO DECIDE THE SITUATION AHEAD
Talking to PTI, the Vice-Chancellor explained that our students are located all over India and we do not want to build a panic situation for them. We will reopen the university in a phased manner and with caution so that no student is put in danger or inconvenience. We will begin Delhi University offline classes after discussion and in a systematic manner.
Right now we will invite only a few students to come to the campus, then see the situation. When we attain more confidence, then we will call more students.
RESEARCH OF PH.D. STUDENTS CONTINUES ON CAMPUS
The safety of students is our priority. Ph.D. and MPhil students are coming to the campus and research is going on reasonably. But we will bring a further decision gradually and considering the situation. In the first week of August, DU had issued an official notification declaring that it would conduct physical classes for science stream students because of the drop in coronavirus cases.
Following which a section of teachers had expressed displeasure over the university’s decision to call the students.
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