Unlock 3.0 School, Colleges Reopening Guidelines: Schools and Higher Education Institutions in Unlock 3 will remain closed till 31 August, UGC guidelines affected
School Colleges Reopening Guidelines Unlock 3 continue the commitment to open schools and colleges.
30th July, 2020
Unlock 3.0 School, Colleges Reopening Guidelines:In view of the current state of the Kovid-19 pandemic across the country, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has continued the commitment to open schools and colleges in the guidelines for Unlock 3 released yesterday, 29 July 2020. As per the guidelines issued by the Ministry, it has been decided to leave schools, universities, colleges and other educational institutions across the country closed till 31 August after consulting the governments of various states and union territories. The guidelines issued by the University Grants Commission (UGC) on 30 April 2020 have been affected due to the guidelines for Unlock 3 of MHA. The UGC's calendar and guidelines for the new semester at the universities asked for classes to be held from August 1 for current students of higher education institutions and from September 1 for students who are newly enrolled. although,
Social distance will have to be taken care of in Independence Day celebrations
Unlocked 3 guidelines issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs have given exemption for organizing Independence Day celebrations across the country on August 15, although social distance during the ceremony, other necessary health related instructions and by the Ministry of Home Affairs itself on 27 July 2020 It will be mandatory to follow the instructions issued separately. See here the instructions issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs for Independence Day Celebration 2020 on 27 July .
International air travel limited permission, will Gulf countries candidates get relief for NEET 2020?
In the unlocked 3 guidelines issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs, international air travel has been allowed in a limited way under the Vande Bharat Mission. It will be left in a phased manner even further. At the same time, with this exemption, what concession will be given to the students who come to India from Gulf countries (Doha, Qatar) for appearing in NEET (UG) 2020 examination to be held on September 13, in which the parents of these students have given the highest The court has filed a public interest? We will have to wait for the answer for this question. Explain that parents of 4000 candidates from Gulf countries preparing for NEET (UG) 2020 examination have filed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in the Supreme Court regarding postponement of examination and establishment of examination centers in Gulf countries. Read the full news here .
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