The Orissa government will resume offline sessions in state universities from today.
With the daily decline in the case of Kovid, the Odisha government has now allowed state universities to resume offline sessions, with the reopening of these educational institutions from September 20, 2021. Offline lessons will be available to first-year students in the undergraduate program. And other UG courses. Following COVID-appropriate regulations, state universities will initially only allow first-year UG students to enter the college campus, in accordance with state government regulations. Students from other classes and courses will be contacted later.
Offline classes for first year undergraduate students will begin on September 20, 2021 and will continue until further notice. Students and teaching staff must adhere to standard operating procedures, which will be provided shortly. Students, on the other hand, who prefer to stay home and finish their studies, can do so because of the current standards, no one has to attend offline sessions.
The Department of Higher Education recommends that Covid’s proper conduct and breathing etiquette be strictly enforced on campus, while promoting health self-monitoring. An isolation chamber will also be provided in case of emergency. Higher education institutions have been instructed to open dormitories for first year students from September 19.
At the start of the course for second-semester students, a decision to start classes for first-semester students in the current (2021-22) academic session will be announced shortly.