After the centre laid down the new guidelines under ‘Unlock 6.0’, many states have decided to reopen their educational institutions. Following a real-time survey of the impact of COVID-19 in the state, the concerned authorities will decide upon whether it is feasible to reopen the educational institutions or not. Haryana Government is one of the first states to come up with the decision of reopening the higher educational institutions of the state.
Haryana Government to Allow Colleges to Function from 16 November 2020
As per the latest reports, the Haryana Government has decided to reopen the colleges and universities from 16 November 2020. This decision was undertaken, keeping in mind the demands of the students and scholars who need access to the classroom study or laboratories for their thesis and projects on an urgent basis. Instead of impeding the momentum of the studies and not letting the current academic year go to waste, the decision of reopening the higher educational institutions was taken.
Online Classes Ongoing
For other students for whom lab access is not mandatory, the classes have already begun online for the new academic session. All government, government-aided, and private higher educational institutions have been directed to reopen the campus after proper sanitisation.
Students must know that the institutions will follow all safety protocols and standard operational protocols. In addition to that, COVID-19 safety kit, which includes masks, sanitisers, PPE Kit etc. will be present on campus in case of an emergency. A particular timetable will be formulated which would allow social distancing norms to be followed and no gathering in the campus will be allowed.