Jawaharlal Nehru University, JNU is going to reopen the hostels soon. The University was shut down from March due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. So, students will join after quite a long break.
However, to look after the safety of students, the administration of JNU issued some of the rules and regulations for the students. Students do not have permission to gather together. With their valid pass, they can enter the hostel and the varsity.
Table of Contents
- 1 RESEARCHERS FROM DU AND JNU POINT TO PM1.0 THREAT
- 2 PM MODI UNVEILS SWAMI VIVEKANANDA’S STATUE AT JNU TODAY
- 3 VC FACES CRITICISM, JNU UNION SEEKS PM’s INTERVENTION
JNU WELCOMED PH.D. RESEARCH SCHOLARS
The varsity welcomed back students of final Year, Ph.D. research scholars. They were residing in the hostel before the pandemic. The varsity said that only those students are allowed who have to access laboratories and submit their Ph.D. thesis before 31st December and or 30th June.
STUDENTS HAVE TO FILL A SELF-DECLARATION FORM
Sudheer Pratap Singh is the Dean of Students. He said that when students will come, they have to fill up and submit a self-declaration form. The form is available at the JNU security. After filling up the form, students will get a pass with which they can enter the closed campus.
While entering the hostel, students are not supposed to gather in the hostel. Moreover, they have to follow the social distancing norms.
PUNJABI UNIVERSITY IS REOPEN
Colleges and Universities are reopening across the nation. Punjab University is already reopened. But, the varsity observed poor attendance on the first day. Colleges situated in Bengaluru issued some guidelines to protect the campus from the virus.
PM MODI UNVEILED THE STATUE AT JNU
A few days back, the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi unveiled the statue of Swami Vivekananda at Jawaharlal Nehru University through video conferencing. The Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ and the Vice-Chancellor of JNU Jagadesh Kumar were present at the event.