The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) will reopen for PhD scholars in its fourth section of reopening the campus from Monday (December 21).
“PhD students from all schools (both day scholars and hostelers), who require to access the laboratory, are allow ed to enter the campus from December 21. The students will have to mandatorily self-quarantine themselves for seven days and submit a self-declaration,” JNU Registrar Pramod Kumar stated.
The college has introduced that the central library, all canteens and dhabas will stay closed due to the pandemic.
“Aarogya Setu enables early identification of a potential risk of infection and thus, acts as a shield for individuals and the community. With a view to ensuring safety in offices, workplaces and laboratories, employees and students on best effort basis should ensure that Aarogya Setu is installed by all employees and students.
“The heads of departments could advise people to set up the Aarogya Setu utility on appropriate cellphones and often replace their well being standing on the app. This will facilitate well timed provision of medical consideration to these people who’re in danger,” Kumar added.
Conducting meetings online, opening doors and windows during office hours, avoiding air-conditioning, social gatherings and mandatorily wearing masks are among the guidelines issued by the university.
“If any worker or scholar and their relations are examined constructive or underneath house isolation or underneath house quarantine, they may inform about the identical with supporting paperwork instantly. If it’s discovered that anybody is violating the above instructions and COVID-19 protocols, such violators shall be liable for disciplinary motion,” Kumar said.
The JNU was physically shut in March in view of the pandemic. The phased reopening of the university campus began on November 2.
(With PTI Inputs)