According to the order issued by the university on Saturday, all the teaching-learning practices will continue online from January 10 to January 16
In view of rising COVID cases across the city, Lucknow University has been closed till January 16. According to the notification issued by the Vice-Chancellor of the university on Saturday, all the colleges affiliated with LU are also directed to follow the same guidelines. From January 10 to January 16, all the teaching-learning practices will be continued online, read the notice.
Exams to be conducted online as well
While the VC has issued a directive for the closure of the university and its affiliated colleges, the exams that were slated to take place during this period will continue as is. While the timetable remains unchanged, the only change students will have to face will be the medium, as the examination will now be conducted online. Moreover, the order also mentioned strict adherence to all the COVID-mandated SOPs and all the related guidelines in the course of this period.
24,25,299 adolescents vaccinated in UP as of January 10
Witnessing the sudden spurt in COVID infection across Uttar Pradesh, the state administration had shut down schools till January 16. As per the directives issued by the administration earlier this week, schools had the option to continue with online classes during this period.
While the Anganwadi schools are also closed in line with the orders, food and ration will be distributed from the school campus like before. Apart from this, the vaccination drive of students aged between 15-18 will also continue in all the schools across the state. Notably, more than 24,25,299 beneficiaries belonging to this age group have received at least a single dose of vaccine in Uttar Pradesh, as of January 10.