Haryana Colleges And Polytechnics Are Permitted To Reopen For Offline Sessions

Through an official order issued on September 18, the Haryana government has permitted colleges and polytechnics to reopen for students. The Mahamari alert-Surakshit Haryana has been extended for another week, from September 20, 5 a.m. to October 4, 5 a.m.

The Haryana State Government has permitted institutions in the state to reopen for offline sessions. According to the notification, Haryana Colleges, Polytechnic Colleges, and so on have been authorised to reopen for offline sessions. According to the official decision, the government has decided to prolong the Mahamari alert-Surakshit Haryana for the time being.

The Haryana state government has agreed to prolong the order for about 15 days beginning September 20, 2021, and ending October 4, 2021. The administration has also ensured that the low number of COVID-19 cases remains when educational institutions reopen in stages.

As per the official order, “colleges and polytechnics are allowed to reopen for students with strict adherence of requisite social distancing norms, regular covid appropriate behavioural norms, the guidelines as indicated in the SOPs released by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and regular sanitization of the premises.”

“Department of Higher Education and Department of Technical Education, Haryana will release guidelines for implementation of these orders immediately,” it adds.

When the colleges and polytechnic institutions reopen, everyone is required to observe the COVID-19 safety measures, according to the official decree. Everyone is expected to adhere to social distance standards and to minimise congestion. The Standard Operating Procedures for the reopening will be released. Criteria have been put in place, and all colleges and polytechnics can bring in their own set of guidelines to ensure everyone's safety.

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