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Delhi University have stated that they will follow the DDMA guidelines for campus reopening.

New Delhi: The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) giving a go-ahead to reopening of higher educational institutions. Delhi University Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Singh said that the university will open in a few days and they will formulate a strategy in this regard.

They would wait for the UGC instructions before discussing reopening the campus in their Executive Council meeting.

We shall follow the government’s rules. We’ve started making preparations and sterilizing the campus. We would offer guidance to students once we receive the complete order.

Delhi University will open soon with DDMA guidelines:

Dr. Mahesh Verma, Vice-Chancellor of GGSIPU, stated that they will follow the DDMA standards. We are ready to launch the campus.

We will surely reopen the campus if the DDMA approves for 100% seating capacity. However, because the bulk of our students are from other states, we will allow them a few days to return to college. We shall devise our own plan “He stated.

In light of the constraints, the institution previously considered a one-room-one-student method. Will there be a debate about the reopening of Delhi University during the academic council meeting on February 9? “The reopening of campus is solely an administrative decision, with no bearing on the academic council. However, if any member wishes to discuss it, we are willing to listen “He stated.

He stated that with the revised DDMA instructions, they believe the Delhi University would take tangible measures toward reopening within seven days. Since September 16, the institution has resumed laboratory sessions for final-year undergraduate and postgraduate students. When the number of instances in Delhi increased, the university halted them.

According to Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has decided to reopen higher education institutions and coaching centers. As well as schools for Classes 9-12, on February 7. The deputy chief minister, who also holds the education ministry, stated that higher education institutions and coaching institutes will be allowed to operate on Monday.



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