Publish: 15 Sep 2021, 09:29 pm
have recommended opening all the residential halls of Dhaka University (DU) on
October 5 after being closed for a long time due to Covid-19. As per the
recommendation of the provosts, the students will be able to get up from 8 am
on that day.
Only students who have been vaccinated with a single dose of coronavirus vaccine and are able to show valid hall documents will be allowed to get up.
The provosts of various halls of the university have made this recommendation on the condition of opening the hall and allowing the students to get up in the residential hall at the meeting of the provost standing committee on Wednesday (September 15). The meeting was chaired by the Vice Chancellor of the University Professor Dr Akhtaruzzaman.
The final decision on the recommendation will be taken at a meeting of the Academic Council on Thursday (September 18).
After the meeting, Proctor of Dhaka University Professor Dr AKM Golam Rabbani confirmed the information.
Proctor said that from September 26, undergraduate and postgraduate students who have received at least one dose of the vaccine will be able to use the university's central library and departmental seminars. In addition, from October 5, the final year undergraduate and postgraduate students will be able to get up by showing a dose of ticker certificate and valid documents of the hall.