As the state has registered an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases, the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has advised students to leave campus hostels and return to their homes.
“Due to increasing cases of Kovid-19 across India, the situation has become alarming and there is a risk of epidemic in hostels as well. Therefore, all students are advised to leave the hostel and go to their respective homes. “
This will help in protecting the health of the students. Students are advised to continue classes and research work in online mode. Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has also canceled the entrance examination due to COVID-19 epidemic from June 20 to July 11. The official notification reads, “Admission test schedule 2021-22 has been withdrawn in view of the Kovid-19 pandemic.
On 5 April, AMU issued revised regulations to prevent the spread of coronavirus, imposing new restrictions on the premises.
The university has urged all employees above 45 years of age to get Kovid-19 vaccinated. At the same time, all his teachers, students and employees were advised to wear masks in offices, schools, colleges, libraries, departments, offices and centers.
The university has also restricted entry of all non-university employees, including vendors. “Violation of the protocol will be dealt with strictly in accordance with government guidelines and university regulations”.