Updated: March 13, 2020 9:05:13 am
Delhi University announced that it will conduct teaching-learning through online resources after the government directed closure of all colleges in the capital till March 31.
In a press note, the registrar said that study material for all undergraduate and postgraduate programmes will be made available in the college or department websites concerned on a weekly basis by teachers.
In view of the COVID situation, IIT Delhi has decided to cancel all classes, examinations and public gatherings with immediate effect on the campus until March 31, 2020. Please inform all concerned.@iitdelhi@MHRD pic.twitter.com/PAqpSMkN5a
— V.Ramgopal Rao (@ramgopal_rao) March 12, 2020
The university also stated that all teachers will be available during class hours through e-resources. All functions, such as conferences and symposia, have been cancelled and all internal assessments scheduled for the month have been postponed.
GGSIPU is conducting examinations, and officials said they are going to install hand sanitiser counters and distribute free masks to students and staff.
IIT-Delhi has suspended all classes and exams for students. The administration has also asked students to refrain from organising any events on campus.
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