KU Asks Covid Infected Employees To Work From Home

Srinagar- After a surge in Covid-19 cases, Kashmir University has asked its ‘infected’ employees to work from home but be accessible through cell phones and e-mails.

Sources said that over 50 teaching, non-teaching and Research Scholars have been tested positive for Covid-19 from last 4 days.

Joint Registrar Kashmir University today issued an order stating that in view of the recent surge in the Covid-19 positive cases in the University, it is notified for the information of all concerned that all such employees who have either tested positive for Covid-19 or are symptomatic that they shall work from home and shall remain accessible through mobile phones, emails, etc.

“The respective Controlling Officers/Unit Heads shall accordingly take a call on in-person attendance of staff in their respective administrative units as per the feasibility and requirement.

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