JNU hostel residents: Amidst the rapid rise in COVID-19 cases in the national capital, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) advised all the hostel residents students to return to their places if possible. As per the data shared by the Health Department, 19,486 fresh cases have come to Delhi on Friday and 141 people have died.
As per the advisory published by the university, there are presently 64 COVID-19 positive cases in the JNU. The JMU has noted 322 cases and five deaths since the outbreak of covid in March last year.
JNU said that hostel mess, and library are the most susceptible to Coronavirus.
The university said that therefore, keeping in mind the well-being and safety of the students and inmates of all the premises, it is applicable that the students vacate the hostels and move to their places.
The deadline for giving the thesis has been extended by the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) of the students of M.Phil, M.Tech, and Ph.D. In December last year, the university granted a six-month extension for presenting to researchers, which was to end on 30 June 2021.
JNU has now published a recent circular announcing that MPhil, MTech, and Ph.D. students will now be apt to submit final papers by 31 December of this year.
Admission will start soon: Earlier Jawaharlal Nehru University Vice-Chancellor M Jagadish Kumar said that the university would continue the current semester online and the admission process could start by the end of April.
Kumar addressed the students with the help of Facebook Live about the current state of the campus due to rising cases of coronavirus. He was accompanied by other university officials.
The Vice-Chancellor said the University has made every effort to assure that the teaching-learning process begins again and we are glad to say that all our courses are now running through online platforms. The full semester will go online.