After 2 years of closure, Jamia will reopen on March 2 | Latest Delhi News

The university was closed in March 2020 at the start of the pandemic. While the university has resumed classes for doctoral students for course work, online classes in other programs have continued.

After being closed for nearly two years due to the pandemic, Jamia Millia Islamia said on Monday that she would switch to offline classes for students in the final year of their undergraduate and postgraduate courses starting on March 15 and March 2 respectively. Students will be required to provide an RT-PCR test to attend classes and exams in person.

The university was closed in March 2020 at the start of the pandemic. While the university has resumed classes for doctoral students for course work, online classes in other programs have continued.

According to a written directive issued Monday by University Registrar Nazim Husain Jafri, the decision will be notified soon.

Jafri also said the university would not be able to provide residential accommodation as repair and maintenance work is currently underway at the facilities. “The university has a limited number of places in the boys’ and girls’ hostels and the hostel buildings are undergoing renovation or maintenance. Given the Covid-19 protocol, it is not possible or advisable to provide residential accommodation as long as the Covid protocol does not exist,” Jafri said. The university has advised hostel provosts to monitor renovations/maintenance work and prepare a new roster of students for the allocation of the hostel after the renovations are completed.

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