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Delhi University To Reopen From Feb 17 for Offline Classes

Amid the protest demanding DU reopening the Proctor Professor Rajni Abbi announced that University will be reopened from 17 February.

Delhi University To Reopen From Feb 17 for Offline Classes

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  10 Feb 2022 5:45 AM GMT

NEW DELHI: The Delhi University Proctor Professor Rajni Abbi announced that the University will be reopened for offline classes from 17 February 2022.

The decision is taken after validation from the students of DU. Students can go through the latest DU orders by visiting the official website- du.ac.in.

Delhi University has released an official order where it has mentioned that all COVID-19 related guidelines and other necessary information in view of the university reopening has been made available online on the university website.

According to the order students from out of stations will be required to complete an isolation period of at least 3 days before joining their physical classes. So they are informed to plan accordingly in order to attend classes.

Further updates regarding the reopening of the university will be shared after the DU circular has been released.

It is expected that Yogesh Singh, the vice-chancellor of DU will soon release the official notification about the reopening of DU after long two years of online classes.

There are numerous protests going on at present demanding the reopening of Delhi University. The protest increased rapidly after nine members of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) went on a hunger strike on Wednesday 9 February in the North Campus.

Other activists are also continuing their protest outside the university campus with the demand that DU gets reopened.

Students mentioned that the main reason to protest is that they are facing loss in their course curriculum and the shutting down of the university is resulting in a lack of practical knowledge.

Meanwhile, on Tuesday 8 February, the DU vice-chancellor stated that the students are losing their patience therefore the reopening of the university will be considered but by keeping in mind certain important factors.

The VC has assured the students that a decision will be taken about the consideration of college reopening and it will soon be informed to them.

He also mentioned that if the District Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) gives permission for 100 percent strength, the university will be reopened meeting the demands of the students.

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