Colleges associated to Karnataka’s Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences to reopen from Dec 1
All paramedical, nursing, drug store, Medical, oral and AYUSH colleges connected to RGUHS would be resumed from next month. The colleges will follow the SOP released by the federal government under lockdown 5.0.
Karnanataka government has decided to resume all medical colleges associated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences in the state from December 1.
All paramedical, nursing, pharmacy, Medical, dental and AYUSH colleges affiliated to RGUHS would be reopened from next month. The colleges will follow the SOP provided by the government under lockdown 5.0.
” Karnataka Government has chosen to reopen all the medical, oral, AYUSH, paramedical, nursing and drug store colleges affiliated to RGUHS from 1st December. I ask for the administration of colleges & trainees 2 strictly adhere to the guidelines issued by the federal government,” Dr Sudhakar K, Minister of Health and Household Welfare and Medical Education said.
On the other hand, the department of college has actually developed SOPs (standardized operating treatments) based on the UGC guidelines. SOP’s are seperate for trainees of the final year, and the trainees of the very first and second-year.
Karnataka federal government has mandated that university student who wish to participate in the classes physically need to generate the approval letter properly signed by their parents.
Though Karnataka is reopening colleges from November 17 onwards, the state would continue to have an online mode of mentor and it will be totally trainees’ choice to go with physical attendance or online classes, the note from the college department specified.
Karnataka’s Deputy Chief Minister CN Ashwatha Narayana, who is likewise the minister of college notified on Monday that preparation is underway to make it possible for the start of the off-line classes.
Apart from these the SOPs, basic guidelines that include cleansing of buildings, entryway, furnishings, mentor products by sanitizers, COVID-19 test of teaching faculty, students, and non-teaching staff, and others.
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