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All colleges in Madhya Pradesh will open from January 1. However, it is not allowed to open hostels right now.- Symbolic photo
- Final year of UG and third semester classes of Pooji will be held
- Decision will be taken after the disaster management meeting of all the districts on 20 January
All government and non-government colleges will open in Madhya Pradesh from tomorrow i.e. January 1. Colleges will also be set up like schools. Classes will be held for practical only from 1 to 10 January. Classes for UG final year and PG third semester will begin on January 10. The government approved the proposal sent by the Higher Education Department to the government. In this regard, Dainik Bhaskar had already published the news of the college’s opening and class schedule.
According to the Higher Education Department, the government has issued orders to open the college in the new guideline. All government and non-government colleges will open from January 1. It also includes BA to technical colleges. Practical only 10 days before January 1 and regular classes will be started from January 10. After this, disaster management meeting of all the districts will be held on 20 January. After that the college will be further decided to increase the number of regular and class. In this the position of the corona will be mainly taken into consideration.
A third attendee will hold classes
After this, engineering, management, pharmacy colleges and polytechnics will be opened from January 1 across the state. These colleges will be set up under the guidelines issued by the government and the UGC. Colleges will be opened only with the consent of institutions and students. Management will not force students to come to college. Students will come to college on their own and attend classes. So classes can be conducted with one-third attendance of college students.
On-line classes will also run
Students will be able to come to college on their own. If they do not want to come to college, the online classes will continue as before. Any public activities such as sports and other events are prohibited. Apart from this, hostels will also not open. The library will also be open for collection and submission of books only. The student must bring written permission of the parents to come to college. Students can be called on rotation basis on 50% capacity.