DU colleges are taking a number of measures to fit the new normal. The DU college principals notify about some changes and security measures that they are presently taking inside the campus.
Although students are unlikely to ever assert themselves on campus, due to the pandemic it has been more than five months for the colleges of Delhi University (DU) to be closed.
The principal of Janki Devi Memorial College, Swati Pal, shares, Although the number of people currently coming in is limited, colleges are making modifications to the infrastructure and rising up with new rules so that all safety measures are pursued without failures.
If someone enters our college, they have to check their temperature. Their hands are being sanitized, They have a disinfectant facility. While there are currently no students or teachers on campus for non-teaching faculty, they have allotted the roster in such manner that they have to appear in only three times a week, says DU college principals.
Maitreyi College, the principal, Haritma Chopra, stated sanitization now is key. In Maitreyi most of the things have made touch-free such as in washrooms, they have renovated all taps with sensor taps.
In addition to the temperature check at the entrance of the college, it is compulsory for all to wear masks. On Saturdays, cleanliness is performed on a big scale. They have also reduced the use of air conditioners.
The principal of Shri Ram College of Commerce, Simrit Kaur says, they have done numerous progressions that understudies are going to discover in the college when they return. They have improved the seating structure in the staff room to assure social distancing.
Other than that now they have an outbox and inbox facility, in such a way that nobody can visit the admin department directly. Understudies, staff, and any individual who visits the office should drop records in the ‘inbox’ and can receive required papers from the ‘outbox’.