DU to resume offline mode of teaching from 15 september


The University of Delhi, DU, will resume offline classes on September 15th. After many months, DU has finally opened its doors to students who wish to attend the college in person.

Offline classes on campus will be resumed for several students after being closed for more than 1.5 years, with the COVID guidlines.

Colleges, departments, and centres will reopen for final-year undergraduate and postgraduate students to attend practical classes.

The university, which will reopen in stages beginning tomorrow, will allow students to attend classes with a 50% attendance rate. Theoretical classes will continue to be held online, and attendance at the offline practical classes is optional.

Students should receive at least one dose of vaccination, and Students returning to hostels must submit the certificate for both doses of the COVID vaccine.

Aside from students, all teaching and non-teaching staff who attend university should be fully vaccinated.

Offline classes will resume only for final year UG and PG students, who will only be able to attend practical classes and use the library.

DU Evening College and Morning College should adhere to a consistent timetable in order to hold physical classes.

Following a significant improvement in the Covid situation, the Delhi government allowed schools for Classes 9 to 12, colleges, and coaching institutions to reopen on September 1.

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