Online classes are not enough for learning for students. According to many experts schools, colleges, universities should be open and run so that students can come and get an education. There are many benefits and easy to learn from the college campuses.
Science students can access labs and other practical activities from the college campus. While some are students considering calling just instructors and staff for administrative duties, with students continuing to study online till further notice, others have indicated that they will reopen with strict Covid guidelines in place.
Check the below list of colleges, universities open status, and started running for what activities.
|Sr.No.||Name||Status||Other Reopen Information|
|1||Delhi colleges, universities (DU)||Phased Wise reopening||Colleges, departments, and centers of the University of Delhi will reopen in stages.|
|2||UP Universities & Colleges||Resumed||The Uttar Pradesh government had asked colleges and institutions to begin the new admission process & entrance examination. With required equipment and cleaning process must be provided at educational institutions, while social distancing and the COVID-19 protocol must be followed, according to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.|
|3||Uttarakhand colleges, universities||Reopened for offline studies.||The Uttarakhand colleges, universities reopened for physical classes on September 1.|
|4||MP colleges||Resumed||Madhya Pradesh state government will reopen Colleges and universities on September 15, 2021. A vaccination certificate is required for checking classes.|
|5||Haryana colleges, universities||Resumed for only doubt clearing sessions||The Haryana government has allowed universities and institutions to reopen for practical and doubt-clearing seminars for students. For students who will give upcoming exams, on some recommendations can access hostels with COVID-19 safety.|
|6||Himachal Pradesh colleges||Begun to open||In Himachal Pradesh, more than 260 colleges reopened on September 1 after a hiatus of several months following the Covid-19 lockdown and closure of educational institutions during the second wave earlier this year.|
|7||Jammu & Kashmir colleges||Allowed to reopen for physical classes||Complete vaccination is required. After almost four months of complete closure of educational institutions, the decision to allow ‘limited on-site’ classes was made.|
|8||Maharashtra colleges, universities||Begin on November 1st||Due to the fact that many beneficiaries have yet to receive even a single dosage of the COVID-19 vaccination. Institutions would reopen for offline instruction based on the scenario at the time.|
|9||Gujarat colleges||Resumed||Only half of the pupils will be permitted to attend classes. Students have the option of taking lessons online as well.|
|10||Assam colleges, universities||Reopened||After few months, schools and colleges in Assam reopened with proper precautions, despite minimal attendance on the first day.|