The Rajiv Gandhi University (RGU) has decided to suspend offline classes for all courses with effect from 1st May, 2021 till further orders in view of increasing Covid-19 cases, informed Dr. N.T. Rikam, Registrar RGU, through a press release.
In the meeting, it was resolved that, ‘’In view of the sudden surge of second wave of Covid-19 Pandemic situations and inconformity with the latest Notifications (SOPs) issued by the Govt. of India & the State Government, and also keeping in view of the increasing cases of Covid-19 in the university campus, the university authority has decided to suspend offline classes for all courses with effect from 1st May, 2021 till further orders.”
Consequent upon this, it was decided that all the Halls of Residences of the university will be closed down and all the boarders (students) shall vacate the Hostel on or before 1st May, 2021 (Saturday).
It was further noted that, all academic activities including classes and examinations will be conducted online / blended mode as per the modified Academic Calendar 2020-21 (Dynamic Last Phase) already notified vide letter No. AC-57/Calendar/97 (Vol-I) dated 24th April, 2021 of the university.