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Haryana Govt Withdrawn Order Allowing Offline Classes In Residential Universities

The Haryana government rescinded an order ordering residential institutions in the state to conduct classes physically adhering to SOPs for COVID acceptable behaviour within hours of releasing it.

The Haryana government rescinded an order ordering residential institutions in the state to conduct classes physically adhering to SOPs for COVID acceptable behaviour within hours of releasing it.

According to the most recent directive, the state administration will make a decision on the reopening of residential universities on October 15.

The Mahamari Alert-Surakshit Haryana has been prolonged till October 18, according to an order issued by Vijai Vardhan, Chief Secretary-cum-Chairperson, on Sunday. In addition, the government has authorised Industrial Training Institutes (ITI) to establish 100 per cent attendance while adhering to stringent social distancing laws and providing acceptable behavioural norms. The directive states that the “Haryana Department of Skill Development and Industrial Training will immediately release instructions for the execution of these orders.”

In addition, the government has authorised Industrial Training Institutes (ITI) to establish 100 per cent attendance while adhering to stringent social distancing laws and providing acceptable behavioural norms. The directive states that the “Haryana Department of Skill Development and Industrial Training will immediately release instructions for the execution of these orders.”

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

 


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