Dean Academic Affairs Head Prof. The committee, headed by Manjula Chaudhary and all the deans of 10 faculties, decided to open KU in a mixed manner in a phased manner from 15 February this year.
KU Director Public Relations (DPR) Professor Brijesh Sahni said that it has been decided to open the KU campus from February 15 for practical work, counseling and teaching.
“In the first phase all PhD scholars, who have completed their course work, have been allowed to visit the departments for hostel facilities and research work. Postgraduate Day scholars are also allowed in campus courses to participate in theory and practical classes from 15 February to 25 March in the first phase. PG students needing hostel facilities will be allowed to visit the KU campus from 26 March to 26 April. All students must submit their hostel requirement via Google forms available on the KU website, in order to obtain a letter of permission from their parents. Before coming to campus and to get his Kovid-19 negative report from a registered doctor ”, KU DPR Prof. Brajesh said.
He said that after preparing the micro plan of Kovid-19 protocol, the departments, lab facilities, availability of teachers and hostel facility will be prepared by the heads of departments keeping in mind the presence of students in each department. If a student does not get a letter of stay by the head of the department / director / principal, he will not get hostel facility. Students have to follow the guidelines related to Kovid-19 such as social disturbances, wearing masks, using sanitizers, etc. All students will personally carry a letter of stay, identity card, water bottle, sanitizer and mask. KU officials said that students can get more information about it from the university website.
KU to UG and PG odd semester exam offline
The Theory Examination of 5th Semester of Under-Graduate (UG) and Third Semester (Non-Choice Based Credit System) of Post-Graduate (PG) will start from 1st March and will be conducted in offline mode. The UG Third Semester Theory Examination will start from March 6 and UG First Semester Examination will start from March 10 in offline mode.
He said that the decision was taken in a high-level committee headed by KU VC Professor Som Nath Sachdeva.
Students with Kovid-19 or its symptoms will submit a request along with medical certificate / Kovid report to the concerned presidents / directors / principals of the department / institute / college to exempt that particular letter.
Students from other states or foreign countries who are unable to take the examination will submit a request to the President / Head / Head of the Department / Institute. The examination of such students will be conducted later, who informed the Controller of Examinations, Hukam Singh.
KU Controller of Examinations Hukam Singh said that practical examination of these classes will be conducted internally by departments / institutes / colleges in offline mode before the theoretical examinations. Students of KU campus course who have to appear in these exams will fill the Google form / link provided on KU official website or by the department. The Google Form is to be filled by the students of all campus courses by 12 February. Students needing hostel facility will have to pay fixed hostel fee for the duration of stay in hostel during the examination.
All students appearing in the examination and residing in the hostel during the examination will conduct the required SOP inspection. Students appearing in these exams will wear masks; Bring your own sanitizer and transparent water bottle as per SOP, informed Hukam Singh.
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