Students are protesting for reopening DU colleges. They want Delhi University to regulate physical classes. On the other hand, the varsity has clarified that it will not reopen the campus until the District Disaster Management Authority guarantees 100 percent seating arrangements.
An official of Delhi University said that they will conduct the meeting after 10 days. In the meeting, the senior official will discuss about reopening of DU colleges.
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DU COLLEGES HAVE 60 PERCENT STUDENTS FROM OUTSIDE DELHI
Nobody knows when DDMA will allow 100% seating arrangement. Delhi University welcomes students from across the nation. So, 60 percent of students studying at Delhi University are out of Delhi. So, the varsity cannot ask them to come here and attend online classes.
As of now, only 50 percent of seating capacity is allowed. The District Disaster Management Authority will release all the guidelines when it will allow 100 percent seating capacity. So, without guidelines, they cannot take any decision of complete reopening.
DU COLLEGES REGULATED LABORATORY CLASSES
However, on 16th September Delhi University resumed practical and laboratory classes of final year students. Now students and teachers want colleges to regulate physically.
Many students showcased their dissatisfaction with online classes via social media campaigns.