Colleges Reopen For Plus-3 First-Year Students In Odisha Amid Strict COVID Protocols

Bhubaneswar: Offline classes resumed for plus-3 first-year students in degree colleges across Odisha on Monday. The classes were suspended due to the COVID-19 situation in the state.

The UG students’ classroom teaching is being held amid strict adherence to COVID-19 protocols. First-year PG students’ offline classes are slated to commence on November 15.

“Classroom teaching of First Year U.G. and First Year P.G. Students (Freshly admitted) for the session 2021-22 will start from 01.11.2021 and 15.11.2021, respectively in physical mode by following appropriate Covid-19 prevention protocols,” read the letter.

Hostel facilities will also be available for those students who have been admitted to hostels. All possible COVID-19 prevention protocols shall be followed in hostels, added the letter.


  1. Face Mask/ Face Cover will be mandatory.
  2. Frequent Hand Wash/Hand Sanitisation must be ensured.
  3. Social distancing to be followed in classrooms, libraries, laboratories, etc.
  4. Spitting on campus will be strictly prohibited.
  5. Respiratory etiquettes shall be strictly followed
  6. Self-monitoring of health and reporting of illness should be encouraged.
  7. There must be an isolation room ready for any emergency.

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