The Haryana government has withdrawn the order to allow offline classes in residential areas

The Haryana government has withdrawn an order directing residential institutions in the state to conduct physical classes in compliance with SOPs for the acceptable conduct of COVID within hours of its publication.

The Haryana government has withdrawn an order directing residential institutions in the state to conduct physical classes in compliance with SOPs for the acceptable conduct of COVID within hours of its publication.

According to the latest directive, the state administration will decide on October 15 to reopen the residential universities.

The epidemic alert-protected Haryana has been extended till October 18 as per the order issued by Chief Secretary-cum-Chairperson Vijay Vardhan on Sunday. Also, the government has allowed Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) to maintain 100 percent attendance while complying with strict social distance laws and providing acceptable behavioral rules. The directive states that “the Haryana Department of Skill Development and Industrial Training will immediately issue guidelines for the implementation of these orders.”

Also, the government has allowed Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) to maintain 100 percent attendance while complying with strict social distance laws and providing acceptable behavioral rules. The directive states that “the Haryana Department of Skill Development and Industrial Training will immediately issue guidelines for the implementation of these orders.”

Colleges and polytechnics, as well as coaching institutes, libraries and training institutes have already been instructed to reopen for students.

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