The choice was taken by each the schools following a gathering held with principals of all campus and constituent colleges. “We’re reopening hostels from February 16. College students shall be permitted throughout the hostels solely after they current a Covid-19 detrimental report no more than 48 hours earlier than they arrive on the hostel. Solely 4,000 college students shall be allowed to return for now to keep social distancing norms,” mentioned G Srinivas, chief warden, OU. The OU has requested college students to submit Rs 5,000 as an advance price in direction of the hostel and mess as well as to Rs 240 in direction of educational renewal.
The KU has comparable plans of permitting solely analysis scholars and PG college students for now. “Hostel facility is determined by renewals registered by college students. Presently, the college is sanitizing the entire premises as we shall be anticipating many college students from neighbouring districts,” mentioned a college member from the college. Hostels are being reopened as semester exams in state universities are anticipated to begin from March first week.
The JNTUH hostels reopened on February 1 and are set to welcome the subsequent set of scholars by February 15. “Complete 520 college students had returned to hostels within the first batch and are set to return as soon as their exams conclude on February 13. Within the subsequent batch, we predict second-year college students to be a part of hostels with all Covid-19 precautions,” mentioned Prof Manzoor Hussain, registrar, JNTUH.