The Punjab College Training Division (PSED) has given the schedule and tutorial timetable for all authorities and personal colleges.
In line with the PSED notification, the chief government officers (CEO) of the District Training Authorities (DEAs) can be liable for the implementation of the schedule, the timetable in addition to the usual working procedures (SOPs) in colleges throughout the province.
The training division has additionally lowered the syllabi by 40 p.c for the tutorial session of 2020-21 due to the pandemic.
The notifications stated that the DEAs will work in collaboration with the Quaid-e-Azam Academy for Academic Growth (QAED) to plot a grade-specific framework of motion in line with the rules.
All courses in private and non-private colleges can be equally divided into two teams – A & B. These teams will attend colleges on different days.
College students of Group A will go to high school on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, whereas the scholars of Group B will attend on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
Nevertheless, non-public colleges are allowed to handle their very own calendar, given the strict implementation of SOPs.
The Punjab Major and Secondary Healthcare Division (P&SHD) has clarified that the scholars and academics usually are not required to supply their coronavirus experiences earlier than becoming a member of colleges, faculties, and universities.
Academic establishments throughout the nation have been closed because the COVID-19 pandemic hit the nation in March. Nevertheless, the federal government is now planning to open them in phases from September 15.
In line with the earlier announcement, college students of sophistication 9 and above will resume formal training from September 15. College students of secondary courses (6-8) will be a part of colleges from September 23, and the first part will reopen on September 30, after the revision of the pandemic state of affairs.