Chandigarh colleges issue SOPs, timetable

Chandigarh colleges issue SOPs, timetable

Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, November 21

After the Directorate of Higher Education (DHE) approves opening of colleges for final-year students from November 23 despite Panjab University announcing continuation of online classes, various local colleges, having no other option, issued SOPs and timetable.

Face mask must on the campus

Among SOPs, students have been asked to wear face mask on the college campus and gathering at common places such as canteens or halls have been banned. Students have also been asked to carry their ID cards.

On November 17, Prof RK Singla, Dean of University Instructions, PU, had announced that the university decided to continue with online mode of teaching for the time being in all teaching departments/regional centres/affiliated colleges/constituent colleges for the current semester.

The Dean, College Development Council (DCDC), had said the decision to continue online classes was taken for the time being and would be reviewed every week. On November 18, the DHE issued orders to open colleges (optional) for only final-year students.

“There’s no confusion and colleges will open for final-year students as of now. UT colleges follow the Chandigarh Administration’s instructions,” said Rubinderjit Singh Brar, Director, Higher Education.

On Saturday, various city colleges issued SOPs and timetable. “We have no other option but to follow the instructions. We have issued timetable. We are not expecting huge rush of students, but those who are coming will adhere to all rules and regulations,” said an official of colleges.

Among SOPs, students have been asked to wear face mask on the college campus and gathering at common places such as canteens or halls have been banned. Students have also been asked to carry their ID cards.

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