The committee headed by dean tutorial affairs Prof Manjula Chaudhary and consisting of all of the Deans of 10 schools determined to open KU in blended mode in phased method from February 15, this 12 months onwards.
KU director public relations (DPR) Prof Brajesh Sawhney knowledgeable that it has been determined to open KU campus for sensible work, consultancy and educating from 15 February.
“Within the first part all of the PhD students, who’ve accomplished their course work, have been permitted to have hostel services and to go to the departments for analysis work. The permission has additionally been granted to post-graduate day students in campus programs to attend concept and sensible lessons from February 15 to March 25 within the first part. The PG college students requiring hostel services might be allowed to come back to the KU campus from March 26 to April 26. All the scholars might be required to submit their hostel requirement by way of Google kinds accessible on KU web site, to get a letter of permission from their dad and mom previous to coming to the campus and to acquire their Covid-19 adverse report from a registered physician”, stated KU DPR Prof Brajesh.
He added that after making ready the micro plan of Covid-19 protocol, the define of lab, library services, availability of lecturers and hostel facility might be ready by the heads of departments preserving in thoughts the presence of scholars in every division. No pupil will get hostel facility if he/she doesn’t get a keep letter by the top of the division/director/principal. College students need to observe the rules associated to Covid-19 corresponding to social distancing, sporting masks, utilizing sanitizers and so on. All college students will personally carry a letter of keep, identification card, water bottle, sanitizer and masks. College students can get extra details about this from the College web site, instructed the KU officers.
KU to conduct UG and PG odd semester examination offline
The speculation examinations of under-graduate (UG) fifth semester and post-graduate (PG) third semester (non-choice based mostly credit score system) will begin from March 1 and might be carried out within the offline mode. The speculation examination of UG third semester will begin from March 6 and that of UG 1st semester will begin from March 10 within the offline mode, stated KU DPR Prof Brajesh.
He stated this determination was taken in a high-level committee headed by the KU VC Prof Som Nath Sachdeva.
College students having Covid-19 or its signs will submit a request with medical certificates/Covid report back to the involved chairpersons/administrators/principals of the division/institute/faculty for looking for exemption of that individual paper, added Prof Brajesh.
College students from different state or overseas international locations who’re unable to take exams will submit a request to the chairperson/head/principal of division/institute. The exams of such college students might be carried out later, knowledgeable Hukam Singh, KU controller of examination.
KU controller of examination Hukam Singh stated that the sensible exams of those lessons might be carried out internally by the departments/institutes/faculties within the offline mode earlier than the speculation examinations. The scholars of KU campus programs who’ve to look in these examinations will replenish a Google type/hyperlink made accessible on the KU official web site or by the division. The Google type must be crammed by all of the campus programs college students as much as February 12. College students requiring hostel facility might be required to pay mounted hostel charge for the interval of keep in hostel in the course of the examination.
All the scholars showing within the exams and staying within the hostel in the course of the exams will observe required SOPs. College students showing in these exams will put on masks; deliver their very own sanitizer and clear water bottle as per SOPs, knowledgeable Hukam Singh.