The Vice-Chancellors of universities throughout the nation have reiterated their dedication to making sure adherence to the usual working procedures (SOPs) and authorities pointers given the scenario evolving as a result of COVID-19 resurgence within the nation.

The thirty fourth Vice-Chancellors Committee assembly was held on-line on Wednesday. It was attended by numerous Vice-Chancellors and Rectors from throughout Pakistan.

The college heads reviewed the scenario on campuses regarding COVID-19, particularly contemplating the specter of the scary second wave of the pandemic. They mentioned that the schools have taken a number of steps to deal with the scenario, together with strict enforcement of SOPs, lowering the numbers of scholars in school rooms and hostels, and shifting to hybrid modes of instruction.

“In reality, whereas the adherence to SOPs has dropped considerably in most different public locations, universities have tried arduous to take care of their degree of vigilance and supply good examples for others,” the attending Vice Chancellors mentioned.

They expressed their complete dedication to adhering to the rules issued by the Nationwide Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) and the well being authorities.


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A majority of the Vice-Chancellors mentioned that they’ll readily change to on-line or hybrid instruction and restrict the variety of people who find themselves allowed to enter the campus in case the re-emergence of the virus requires curtailment of public interplay.

The assembly additionally mentioned different choices for motion, together with enhancing counseling providers for college kids in addition to most people, sharing of data and technical assets, and mutual studying from finest practices. Additionally they demanded that the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) ought to prepare higher information packages for college kids and college members to facilitate on-line interplay and instruction.

Throughout the assembly, HEC Chairman, Tariq Banuri, apprised the college heads of the choices made within the final NCOC assembly.

He mentioned, “We have to do the most effective we will to discourage any disruption within the training system being brought on by the scenario evolving as a result of COVID-19 recurrence.”


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HEC Chairman careworn that the schools want to arrange and look forward as to how they’ll effectively cope with any evolving scenario.



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