As per the latest reports, Jawaharlal Nehru University is all set to reopen its campus for students of third-year Science Ph.D. Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March 2020, colleges across the country have been shut. In such a scenario, the online study was the only option to keep the flow of education constant. With the ease of lockdown restrictions, schools and colleges across the country are reopening with proper guidelines in place. In line with this, JNU decided to open its campus for third-year Ph.D. students. The university will also be restarting classes for students with disabilities or PwD students for both bachelor’s and master’s courses.
College to Reopen in Phases
Jawaharlal Nehru University has been reopening its campus for different courses in phases considering the COVID-19 pandemic. Campuses for third-year Ph.D. students will be reopening under the tenth phase. The decision has been taken to provide laboratory access and other important facilities to the research students. Along with the campus, JNU will also restart the canteen facility except for “Mughal Darbar.” Everything will be thorough and in line with the protocols that are in place considering the pandemic.
Phase 11 of Campus Reopening in JNU
For the next phase of Jawaharlal Nehru University campus reopening, i.e., Phase 11, the college will allow M.Phil students on the campus. Phase 11 will also allow day scholars and hostel residents who require a lab and other facilities for their final year projects. The last date for students to submit their dissertations is on 30 June 2021.