Srinagar: The National Institute of Technology (NIT) Srinagar on Wednesday ordered starting online classes and closure of hostels within one week in wake of the spike in coronavirus cases across Jammu and Kashmir.
“All the UG/PG/Research Scholars are hereby informed that all the academic activities will be held online henceforth till further orders,” reads an order issued by the institute.
“There will not be any offline interaction or activity with the faculty / Supervisors till further orders,” it adds
The order also directs all the residential students to vacate the hostels immediately without any delay.
“Final year residential students are directed to complete their No Dues Certificate within the next 2-3 days before vacating the hostels. No UG / PG day-scholars and research scholars will be allowed to enter the Institute premises till further orders,” reads the order.
It also directs Dean Students Welfare to ensure the closure of all hostels within one week and Chairman Mess Committee to ensure the closure of mess facilities within 1 week.
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