Higher educational institutions are going to open in Uttarakhand from Tuesday

Other preparations including sanitization have been completed in the premier colleges DAV, DBS, SGRR and MKP PG College in Rajdhani Dehradun.

Students will be admitted to college and university with strict rules amid Corona’s influence. Corona test report will be mandatory for students from other states. Students of the state have been given relief.
At the same time, it will also be mandatory for all students to bring a parental consent. However, in the initial stages, only practical classes will be conducted in colleges. Theory classes will run online.

Departments (faculty) will be called shift-wise in many colleges and half-students in many colleges to follow social distancing. At the same time, the date of opening of technical colleges is not clear.

Classes will be held in shifts in DAV:
DAV PG College will have practical classes in shifts. Principal of DAV PG College, Dr. Ajay Saxena informed that practical classes of Faculty of Arts and Commerce will run from 8 am to 11 am and Science and Law Faculty classes will run from 11.15 am to 2 pm.

Admission will be given to students on the basis of time only. The College Superintendent and Maintenance Committee have been given the responsibility of following the Covid Guidelines. Chief Controller Dr. Atul Singh will also supervise the students. Students will also have to bring a consent letter of their relatives. Its format can be taken from the college website or college.

DBS and MKP colleges will also open from today:
DBS and MKP PG colleges will also open from Tuesday. The decision was taken at a meeting of the principals of colleges held on Monday. Principal of DBS College Prof. VC Pandey said that students would be called in half-past number. Students have been informed about this.

Principal of MKP PG College, Dr. Rekha Khare told that classes will be run shift wise from 9.30 am. Its schedule will be decided on Tuesday. Principal of SGRR PG College Prof. VA Baudai said that the college campus and classrooms were sanitized on Monday. In the first phase, students of BSc first, third and fifth semester and third semester of MSc will come.

Skepticism on the involvement of 11th grade students in coaching:
Students of class 11 will also be included in the coaching of JEE and NEET started in government schools by the Department of Education. So far, only the students of class 12th have been taking advantage, but students of class 11th are not allowed to come to school. There is great doubt on how many students will join the coaching class in such 11th grade.

Seema Jaunsari, director of academic research and training, inaugurated the coaching class at Rajiv Gandhi Navodaya Vidyalaya (Nankurkheda) on Monday. He said that due to coronacal, offline coaching could not be conducted this time.

Coaching will be done in schools through virtual medium. The center of coaching has been made to Navodaya Vidyalaya Nankurkheda. With this, schools in the hill districts will also be connected. Said that 11th grade students will also be added to give the benefit of coaching to more students. The aim of the scheme is to provide free coaching benefits to needy students of government schools, so that they too can prepare themselves for government services.

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