Anna University colleges reopen on September 1



College reopening: Anna University, Tamil Nadu, will reopen for all undergraduate and postgraduate students from September 1

Anna University colleges reopen on September 1

NEW DELHI: Anna University, in accordance with guidelines issued by the government of Tamil Nadu, has decided to reopen colleges and universities for art, science, technology and engineering and agriculture from September 1. Colleges will reopen for undergraduate and postgraduate students.

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Offline courses for engineering, technology and architecture students will resume on September 1 as directed by the Vice Chancellor. Classes will be held every alternate day and at any one time colleges cannot have more than 50 percent presence on campus. Hostels can also operate by maintaining a voucher COVID-19 protocols.

All Deans and Directors of Affiliate, Regional and Constituent Colleges have been urged to resume colleges and universities from September 1 and strictly adhere to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).

As per the official notice of resuming offline courses on campus, colleges are to follow the schedule outlined below.

Three-year undergraduate and postgraduate courses and degree courses such as BA, BCom, BL, BBA, MCA

Four year postgraduate courses such as MA, MSc, MCom, MBA, ME, ML, (agri) MVSc

Four-year courses such as BE, Btech, MTech and BSc (agri)

  • Second year – Monday, Wednesday, Friday

  • Third year – Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday

  • Fourth year – Every six days

Five-year degree courses such as BArch, BVSc and law courses

  • Second, fourth grade – Monday, Wednesday, Friday

  • Third, fifth grade – Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday

Anna University News: Colleges reopen in line with SOP guidelines

The notice reads: “All colleges and universities will be allowed to run courses on a rotational basis starting 1.9.2021 following standard operating procedures statewide, except in containment areas.”

In accordance with the notice, the SOP sets out generic guidelines for the reopening of colleges. He says, “This SOP outlines various generic precautionary measures to be taken in addition to specific measures to be taken when reopening all higher education institutions, colleges and hostels to prevent the spread of COVID-19.”

Institutes are also supposed to follow COVID-19-related guidelines issued by the Home Office and the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

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