RGPV colleges re-open after 18 months

RGPV colleges re-open after 18 months

BHOPAL [Maha Media]: Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya (RGPV) has started offline classes of students under strict COVID protocols from Monday. 

The University has also released guidelines for students and staff. All students have been asked to go for vaccination on mandatory basis. Only vaccinated students will be allowed to enter in the college. The University has also asked all its staff and faculties to ensure their vaccination certificate. 

Students have also been asked to submit the consent letter dully signed by their parents before visiting the college. RGPV has allowed all its engineering and polytechnic colleges to start offline studies of students under COVID protocols. 50 per cent students will be allowed in each class. 

Online classes will also be continued with the offline class. Separate schedule will be released for both online and offline classes. The University informed, in case of having higher number of students in any classes, separate batches will be formed to divide the gathering. Students or staff gathering in campus is strictly prohibited. 

Libraries have also been re-opened from September 21 and only registered students will be allowed. At entrance gate, temperature screening will mandatory for all. Hand sanitisers, mask covering nose and mouth, social distancing and other safety measures will be mandatory for all. Hostels and mess have been also re-opened under the strict COVID guidelines. Students have been asked to follow all safety related guidelines.   
 

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