JNU Reopen: PhD, MSc, MCA fourth year students will get entry from February 1

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Last Update: 2021-01-15 11:25:46 IST

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JNU Reopen News Jawaharlal Nehru University JNU (JNU) has opened a big update about the opening. According to the latest information, Univocity is going to open from February 1. During this period, only PhD MCA and MSc fourth year students are allowed to visit the campus.

Jawaharlal Nehru University, JNU (Jawaharlal Nehru University, JNU) has opened a big update about the opening. According to the latest information, Univocity is going to open from February 1.

During this period, only PhD, MCA and MSc fourth year students are allowed to visit the campus. According to a media report in this regard, according to a circular issued by the registrar of the university, Pramod Kumar, all science schools, special centers, hostels, who will be required to go to the lab, will be allowed to visit the campus from February 1. Similarly, for final year students of MSC and MCA, all labs and other centers will be opened from this date.

It has announced the reopening of the sports complex only for the first time. Apart from this, it has also been announced to open "Takeaway Facility" and India Coffee House in the canteen of Aravali Guest House. During this time the SOP issued by the government to the operators will be strictly followed. 

Earlier, the university had earlier issued instructions to open the campus from December 21 only for PhD science students with disability category and science students from other categories who are required to reach the lab. Along with this, keeping in mind the newly spreading infection of COVID-19, the administration has decided to organize a test camp at the university campus at regular intervals.

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