The Jamia Millia Islamia has announced summer vacations from May 1 in view of the rise in Covid-19 cases in Delhi, according to an announcement by the institution. The summer vacation will continue till May 30.
Online classes will continue but teachers and students will not be present on the campus. Online open book online examinations will be conducted at a slow pace to save the academic year. The decision was taken at a meeting between the deans of Jamia Millia Islamia.
The decision has been taken, “Keeping in view the present ongoing extreme condition of the Covid wave in the country, the lockdown situations and the ongoing difficulties faced by the teachers and students of the university in efforts to save their health/life and their academic year 2020-21,” the university said in an office order signed by registrar Nazim Husain Jafri.
“During this period, the teachers and students will not be present on the campus, but to save the academic year ongoing online teaching and open book exam will continue at a slow pace in an extended period during vacations,” the order read.
The last date of online teaching of all even semester examinations / year examinations of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes is May 25, the order said.
The online open book examinations will commence from June 1.Campus, News