Srinagar — The National Institute of Technology (NIT) Srinagar has decided to stop offline classes from Friday till further orders, in view of the spike in COVID-19 positive CASES in Jammu and Kashmir.
“In view of the increasing COVID-19 cases, the students and the staff entering in the institute are informed to follow the already notified SOPs strictly and in letter and spirit. Anyone found without mask will be fined and debarred from entering the campus,” order issued by NIT Srinagar reads.
“Moreover it is notified that there will be no offline classes from April 2, 2021 till further orders. The B-Tech students of Batch 2019 and M-Tech Batch 2020 are informed to vacate the hostels immediately and proceed to their respective homes.”
“The final year B-Tech and M-Tech students, residing in the hostels are informed to either vacate the hostels or stay within the boundaries of the hostels as neither they nor the day-scholars of the said batches will be allowed to leave or enter the campus from tomorrow i.e. 2nd April , 2021”, the order reads.
“For any emergency the students can contact the concerned wardens”, the order further reads. (KNS)