Press Trust of India|May 4, 2021
COVID-19: In fresh guidelines, Delhi University moves teaching online
COVID-19: DU will teach all UG and PG courses online. Only researchers may come to the campus with the consent of their department head.
NEW DELHI: The University of Delhi has issued fresh guidelines to check the spread of COVID-19 in its colleges and departments. DU has instructed all colleges to move to online mode of teaching for undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
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On Sunday, Delhi recorded 10,732 fresh COVID-19 cases, the highest single-day spike till date. However, Delhi University has allowed research scholars to continue their academic work with the consent of their department head or supervisor by adhering to the prescribed COVID-19 SOP. Delhi University had shut college and university campuses and moved all teaching online first in March 2020.
As per the notice issued by the university, final year students, in small batches, are allowed to visit their respective colleges, centres and departments for their laboratory or practicals in line with the University Grants Commission (UGC).
For teachers, the university has asked college principals to have staggered working hours and 50 percent of staff shall attend the office on working days and the remaining staff shall work from home.
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