Jamia Millia Islamia announced on Tuesday that it would take a holistic approach to physically reopening campus so that an informed decision can be made.

Several sections of the student community called for the university to open.

“The university is committed to safeguarding the interests and well-being of its students. To this end, it has initiated the task of treating all parties involved confidentially. The university is closely monitoring the rapidly changing pandemic situation in Delhi and the rest of India as the majority of our students are from different parts of the country, “the university said.

It added that the facility intends to provide students with a safe and healthy presence on campus that complies with appropriate behavior required by COVID-19.

The quality based online courses are in full swing and we are trying to get the troubled academic calendar on the right track in terms of classes and exams. The examination schedule for the first semester is currently being prepared by students who will be conducted through the Open Book Examination (OBE).

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