STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: In view of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the government on Friday ordered suspension of class work in universities and Colleges across the Union Territory till July 31, 2020. “All educational institutions (public and private) including schools, colleges and universities of Jammu and Kashmir to suspend teaching and class work till March 31”, said Bhupinder Kumar, director, National Health Mission (NHM) in a presser on Wednesday. “In pursuance to guidelines on Unlock-2 notified by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India vide its notification dated June 29, 2020 and in continuation to Government Order No: 234-JK(HE) of 2020 dated May 5, 2020 and 254-JK(HE) of 2020 dated June 4, 2020, it is hereby ordered that class work in all the Higher Education Institutions shall remain suspended till July 31, 2020,” reads the order issued by Commissioner Secretary, Higher Education Department, Talat Parvez Rohella. However, the order stated, the faculty members, teachers, researchers and non teaching staff shall work from home and utilize the time for online education, academic and other activities as per the academic calendar. It is further ordered that all the staff shall remain available for any other special duty during this period as and when requisitioned by the Principal concerned/Administration.
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