Haryana extends Covid-19 curbs for 14 days, online classes in residential varsities till Oct 15

The Haryana government has extended government restrictions to ban Covid-19 for 14 days. The extension will take effect from Monday. The rest provided in previous guidelines will continue.

“Mahamari Alert-Surakshit Haryana is extended for another week, which will run from September 6 (5 am onwards) to September 20 (until 5am), as well as guidelines that will be used during this time that have issued previous vide orders,” the order said. by Haryana General Secretary Vijai Vardhan on Sunday.

The national government has also changed its previous order to arrange for the reopening of educational institutions from the next academic session. The vice-chancellor of human settlements has now been asked to continue conducting online classes until October 15.

However, universities and colleges in the state are allowed to open suspicious classes for students, active laboratory classes, practical and offline tests by strictly adhering to Covid’s ethical standards.

The decision to allow students to attend classes at residential universities will be taken on October 15 after assessing Covid’s prevailing status, a government order said.

In the meantime, university administrators can strive to ensure that all students, faculty members and staff, including expatriates, are fully vaccinated and share progress with the Department of Higher Education, Technical Education and Medical Education and Research, as the case may be, the order says.

College and university hostels are only open to students who pass the exams.

According to previous directives, the vice-chancellors of universities in the province were advised to arrange for the opening of universities at the next course and share the plan with the relevant government department.

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