Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has extended its campus till 5 am on June 14 due to curfew in Delhi as a result of Kovid-19 epidemic. However, in an official press release, the university has approved some of the university’s activities on the university campus.
While 50 percent of employees will be allowed to work off campus, the remaining 70 percent will have to work from home, but must be available by telephone or other electronic communication. They should be readily available if needed on campus. Next, the head of the department will prepare the roster for the staff.
All essential / emergency services have to work with 100 percent power. Authorized shops are allowed to open on odd-even basis every day from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. However, shops selling essentials such as educational books, stationary shops and fan shops will be allowed to open daily. Essential or unnecessary, a single shop will be allowed to operate on a daily basis.
Shopkeepers must strictly adhere to all rules and guidelines regarding Covid-19, including wearing masks and maintaining social distance. Delivery of goods by e-commerce after production of valid ID card.
Of the restrictions placed, weddings cannot be held in public places / community centers, however, they can be arranged in court or at home with the participation of more than 20 people.
The Security Branch will ensure effective checking of people and vehicles on campus and proper compliance with the Covid-19 rules. Any employees, students or their family members who have tested positive for Covid-19 or are under domestic exposure must report to university authorities with supporting documents.
In addition, Dr. B.R. The Ambedkar Central Library will also remain strictly closed till further orders. This is the fourth time the campus curfew has been extended.
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