Amar Ujala Network, Prayagraj
Published by: Vinod Singh
Updated Fri 01 Oct 2021 10:48 PM IST
Campus open for PG and research students if the effect of second wave of corona subsides, every student will have to show vaccination card before entering the campus.
Prayagraj News: Offline classes started in Allahabad University.
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After about a year and a half after the effect of the second wave of corona infection subsided, offline classes have started operating in constituent colleges including Allahabad Central University from Friday. At present the campus is open only for PG and research students. The number of students was less on the first day. It is expected that from Monday, students will see the same activity in the classes as before.
Due to the infection, all educational institutions around the world were closed in the country itself. It was also decided to close the Allahabad Central University and its constituent colleges. Now that the effect of the second wave of infection has subsided and the situation has started improving, there was a demand to open the university. In such a situation, the university administration has decided to start conducting the classes of PG second and fourth semester in offline mode in addition to the even semester of masters from October 1. Along with this, it has also been agreed to give admission to the research students in the campus.
Following the rule of social distance, the central library has also opened for these students. The university administration has put a condition for the students entering the campus that they must have got the vaccination done. Before entering the premises, they will have to show the vaccination certificate along with the I-card at the gate. On the first day on Friday, a small number of students came to the campus. It is being said that Saturday and Sunday are holidays. In such a situation, external students have not come yet. He will also come from Monday. In such a situation, there will be a lot of activity in the campus from Monday and the campus will be as buzzing as before. After this, the process of giving admission in hostels will also be started under the Kovid protocol.
The health of two students who were fasting in Iviv deteriorated.
The students’ hunger strike continued on Friday to demand the conduct of graduation classes in offline mode in Allahabad Central University and constituent colleges. The health of two fasting students of DSW office, Sharswat Nitin Bhushan and Ritesh Mishra, deteriorated. On getting information about this, a large number of students gathered. The team of doctors and police reached the spot in a hurry.
Both the students were admitted to Tej Bahadur Sapru Hospital for treatment. After both these students were taken to the hospital, Hari Om Somvanshi and Satyam Kushwaha sat on a fast unto death. The protesting students say that they will continue the fast till the demand is not met. During this, Kapil, Avinash, Chandraprakash, Vivek, Abhinav, Adarsh Bhadauria, Indrajit Maurya, Vivek Verma, Azad, Devendra etc. were present.