Due to the upsurging COVID-19 cases, Delhi University has asked affiliated colleges to submit details of the medical staff appointed by them. DU Vice-Chancellor (Acting) Professor PC Joshi said the university to collect medical resources to fight the pandemic.
We need to compile the resources to create a robust mechanism to cater to the covid-19 pandemic. It has been given to comprehend that the colleges have appointed several paramedical staff that includes nurses (male or female) on a contract basis. We wish to operate their services for the benefit of the university fraternity, Prof Joshi said.
The university is developing a mechanism to cater to the worsening situation of COVID-19. He also appealed to DU staff members to look out for medical specialists who are their relatives.
Amid fears of COVID-19, the Delhi University Sunday postponed exams for final-year students.
The exams for the final year (earlier scheduled to begin on May 15) will now take place from June 1. The revised date sheet will come later.
Education Ministry’s Higher Education Department today published a direction. According to this, all the centrally funded institutions need to postpone exams. Higher Education Secretary Amit Khare said the verdict will be reviewed in June.
The institutions have also advised ensuring that if anyone in the institution needs any aid it should be provided immediate possible help. All Institutions have to encourage people to go for vaccination. Also, to ensure that everyone follows COVID -19 appropriate behavior to remain safe, the ministry said.
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