All UG, PG courses to start October 1 in Assam | Guwahati News
As reported by TOI, the government has also stated in the same order that physical classes for elementary level (classes I to VIII) and class XI will resume from October 19. However, offline classes for Class IX will resume from October 1. himself. Classes X, XII and the last year of license for UG and PG are already authorized. But by Tuesday’s decree, the government also authorized the resumption of all classes in technical establishments, universities and B.Ed colleges (public and private).
The education department, however, clarified that in the event that in a district the positivity rate exceeds 2% on a particular day, the district DC concerned, in consultation with the mission director, National Health Mission , Assam will close educational institutions. until the positivity rate drops below 2%.
As for colleges, engineering schools, polytechnics, teacher training colleges and universities, these will operate normally on a day-to-day basis according to the academic calendar, in strict compliance with the Covid-19 protocols. However, the presence of students is not compulsory. Residential homes will only work for final year students, the order says.
“In addition to formal courses, online courses will also continue, if necessary”, reads the decree of higher education institutions, imposing restrictions on on-site meetings (formal and informal) and cultural functions, until further notice.
Hostels (both boarding and boarding schools) were only allowed to open for grades X, XII, final-year colleges, final-year PG classes of universities, and engineering establishments.
“There should not be more than 30 students in a section. The head of the institution will assess the required number of sections and open more sections accordingly, if necessary,” said the decree.
Educational institutions are allowed to open for the first three days for the vaccination of teachers and staff before class resumes on October 1. The first dose of Covid-19 vaccine is mandatory for teaching and non-teaching staff. But both doses are essential for residents and other staff of homes, boarding houses and boarding schools, excluding those under the age of 18.
Classes will take place three days a week for classes I to V. As for classes I, II and III, formal classes will take place every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. For classes IV and V, formal lessons will take place every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Classes will take place three days a week for classes VI to VIII. For Classes IX and XI, physical lessons will begin on a day-to-day basis.