Delhi University reopening
Source: IndiaTV

The Delhi Disaster Management Authority issued the standard operating procedures for Delhi University reopening. Moreover, DDMA advised DU to make the final decision within seven days.

After receiving the green light from DDMA, DU may make a happy announcement soon. The Vice-chancellor said that the advice of DDMA will help him to reopen the university shortly. 

However, PC Joshi said, “We will have to consider the students from all over the country. So, they will not face any difficulty after the decision.” “We will not take any decision without proper discussion,” he added.

Therefore, DU colleges will reopen first for third-year students. Later, the University will extend it for other students. 

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According to the SOP, colleges should operate with only 50 percent of students coming at a time. On which PC Joshi said, “In future, we do not want the third wave due to one wrong decision. As DU students want physical classes, we will consider it too. But we will take it slow to commence the offline classes.”

Consequently, to make all the arrangements of hostels. Also, contemplating all the students coming from different regions needs time. In addition, their accommodation will also take some time. Vice-Chancellor PC Joshi clarified that the final decision will come between four to seven days.

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Most universities and colleges are demanding vaccination certificates to attend offline classes. Similarly, Joshi said, “Campus will allow only vaccinated students and teachers.” They will necessarily take care of vaccination. Students who will attend offline classes must have taken at least one dose of vaccine. Moreover, teachers should be fully vaccinated. 

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