Mansarovar Hostel of the University of Delhi has asked the students who are residing in the hostel to vacate the hostel by the end of next weak. The hostel administration has asked the students to do so because the number of Covid-19 cases is boosting in the national capital Delhi. Educational Institutions including the Delhi University’s colleges are shut since March 16 after the mid-semester break got over. Institutes, schools, colleges all around India were shut down as the coronavirus pandemic became a severe issue to deal with.
As the lockdown has been lifted and travel facilities have restarted, the Indian education institutions and universities are advising their students to vacate the hostels and return back to their homes. Mansarovar Hostel administrators have therefore asked the stranded students to vacate the hostel and leave for their homes for their own safety.
With the increase in the number of coronavirus affected cases, many University and hostel administrators have asked the students to vacate the hostels. The Universities have asked the students to vacate the hostel as no classes are taking place in the Universities. As and when the cars in India started rising the Indian government imposed a nationwide lockdown to control the spread of the disease. Due to which many students residing in hostels were unable to leave for their homes and were stranded in the national capital.
The Provost of Delhi University’s Manasarovar Hostel has issued a notice to all the students right now living in the hostels. The notice has asked the stranger students to vacate the Mansarovar Hostel premises and return for their homes within one weak. The notification has been issued as the number of Coronavirus cases in Delhi are multiplying at an increasing speed. The hostel administration has asked the students to return back to their native towns and follow all the precautions and guidelines issued by the Indian government.
Recently, Jawaharlal Nehru University also asked its students to cache the hostel’s bad return back to their native places albeit with no deadline. JNU has asked the students to do so after the pharmacist working at the university’s health center was tested positive with Coronavirus.
Previously, in an interview, HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal has said that the Indian government is intending to reopen the schools, colleges, universities, and all other educational institutions after 15th August 2020. For now, the schools and universities are only allowed to conduct examinations for the students as per the guidelines of the Ministry of Home Affairs.