Delhi University is going to reopen the campus again from 15th September. Due to COVID-19. For DU reopening, the varsity has released some guidelines. All the institutions were closed and DU was one of them. Now the varsity has decided to reopen the campus again after one and a half years.
Final year students of under-graduation and post-graduation can resume their practical and laboratory classes. The varsity 50 percent seating arrangement. For placement sessions, final year students have got permission.
DU REOPENING FOR PRACTICAL CLASSES ONLY
The library has resumed working from September 6 with DU reopening. Now physical classes are going to resume from September 15. However, students can carry out limited assignments that are necessary for the student in the current semester. On the other hand, Delhi University has not kept it mandatory for the students to come. For theory subjects, teachers will regulate classes in online mode only.
LIBRARY IN OPERATION AGAIN WITH DU REOPENING
Students must take at least one dose of vaccination. Moreover, libraries should have a proper seating arrangement. If they do not have it, they must issue books to the students regularly. On the other hand, colleges must allot proper dates, times, and slots to the students.
NO OVERCROWDING DURING REOPENING
Colleges must avoid overcrowding of students. Not more than 50 percent of sitting capacity is allowed in the colleges of Delhi University. If colleges provide classes in the morning and evening, they must make a timetable for the students. They must share the resources for the smooth conduct of lectures.
So, colleges are preparing themselves for DU reopening. From next week, students can get back to their regular college life.