College Studies: First year academic work of colleges across the state will be started from February 8 in Gujarat, students will sit in the classroom with SOP including social distance.

College Studies: First year academic work of colleges across the state will be started from February 8 in Gujarat, students will sit in the classroom with SOP including social distance.



  • SOP also announced for re-opening of hostel, no more than two students can stay in one room of hostel
  • Maintain social distance - comply with SOP of Covid-19 transition control including use of hand sanitizer

The state government's education department has announced the resumption of classroom education for first-year students in state colleges from next Monday, February 8. A resolution issued by the education department in this regard said that when the classrooms for the first year academic course are started, safe social distance between the two students should be observed as well as seating arrangement of the students should be arranged in Zig-Zag, Stagardman.


Classes including PG, Phd, Medical started in the first phase from 11th January

Education front secretary Anju Sharma gave further details of the decision. He said that as the severity of Corona transition in the state is declining day by day, in the long-term educational interest of the students, the state government has earlier started the final phase of all postgraduate, Ph.D. Classrooms are physically started for all final year students.

The Department of Education and Health decided to hold a meeting and start a classroom

Now, after in-depth discussions at a joint meeting of senior officials of the education department and the health department, the state government has decided to start colleges to impart classroom-physical education to first-year students from Monday, February 8.

Decision after consideration of second year classroom

Education front secretary Anju Sharma also said that the state government would decide in due course to start second year classrooms after reviewing the final year final year and first year-first year class resumption status and other necessary deliberations.

The hostel will be reopened at the Covid Designate Center

It is pertinent to point out here that the Department of Education has also prescribed SOP to reopen all the Samaras Hostels run by the State Government which were earlier functioning as Covid-19 Designate Centers. .

No more than 2 students can stay in one room of the hostel

Accordingly, as a precautionary measure, hand hygiene, social distance and other necessary measures must be ensured before reopening such a harmonious hostel. According to the SOP, no more than two students will be allowed to stay together in one room in the hostel. Not only that, a student with Covid-19 features will not be allowed to enter or stay in the hostel under any circumstances.

SOP regarding hostel was announced

  • Thermal screening of all students staying in the hostel will have to be ensured
  • The dining room / kitchen should be kept clean.
  • Avoiding overcrowding. Meals should be served in small groups. Meals in the room for students and staff should be arranged in such a way that it is easy and immediately available.
  • The campus of the hostel should be organized in such a way that there is no crowd and for that the number of students should be limited properly. Students will have to be called in stages for this.
  • Students are expected to adhere to self-discipline and careful behavior regarding covid on hostel campuses.
  • Students should observe regular and proper hand hygiene, maintain social distance, avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth, always adhere to wearing face mask.
  • Sanitizers should be provided on every floor of the hostel and after exchanging items with students / staff, it is advisable to use sanitizers after touching surfaces like walls, doors, door handles, stair railings, switches etc.
  • Kovid is also expected to adhere to social distance norms when using the washroom as a matter of self-discipline as part of precaution. Social distance should be maintained in the corridor, no student gatherings should be allowed.
  • Gathering in any part of the hostel building should not be allowed and students should also avoid meeting in groups.
  • Outside the hostel and in the hostel garden, students should avoid gathering or sitting in groups.
  • The gym facility on campus will also be closed, as all types of sports that may involve physical contact are not allowed.
  • It is imperative to introduce a slot-based coupon system in the restaurant to ensure full compliance with the Covid-19 rules.
  • Employees on duty in the restaurant hall and kitchen will be checked for health status every day before starting their duty and face-mask, headcover and hand gloves will be mandatory during the duty.
  • Restaurant staff also have to adhere to social distance. Use food grade disinfectants to clean floors and floors.
  • Do not use any bleach, washing soda, detergent powder to wash vegetables or other foods.
  • Fresh vegetables and other food items should be washed with hot water before cutting. Encourage students to maintain self-discipline and avoid crowding inside the dining hall for deployment.
  • Since the points of the frequently used waterroom are extremely sensitive, care must be taken in hand hygiene before or after touching them.
  • Proper arrangements should be made to ensure minimal touch by hand. Proper adherence to mask, social distance and line system.
  • Hygiene conditions in kitchens, dining halls, bathrooms and toilets etc. should be regularly monitored. It remains to be seen if the utensils are properly cleaned.
  • It is important to ensure that fresh food is cooked so a senior staff member can monitor it.
  • Reporting suspicious cases: Preventing the entry of any person with fever and cough and shortness of breath, in such cases it will be mandatory to report to the concerned department.
  • Such a person should be taken immediately to the nearest quarantine facility or to the nearest Kovid Hospital.
  • Encourage everyone to bring their own water bottle and avoid using general water bottle / mug / glass.
  • Every organization should regularly monitor the health of its students, staff and employees.
  • Staff and students should also take precautions to self-monitor their health. Any staff and students or any of their family members who have been infected / have been treated for Covid-19 should also do so voluntarily.
  • In case of any illness / health symptoms, the working staff should be sent to the nearest covid treatment facility for clinical treatment.
  • Employees must strictly follow the rules of social distance provided by the system for lunch and the number of students in the dining hall must be monitored by security guards and mess staff.
  • Adequate provision of thermal scanners, sanitizers, etc. should be made available at all entry and exit points including the reception area.
  • Make and follow certain markings with a distance of 6 feet at the gate to ensure line arrangement at the entry / exit of the hostel campus
  • If the organization has more than one gate for entry / exit, use all the gates with due care to avoid congestion.
  • Screening of students, staff and employees, wearing face masks, hand sanitizing etc. must be ensured at every entry point.
  • Do not allow people with symptoms of fever, cough or shortness of breath to enter.
  • The state government will start classrooms for the first year academic work of colleges and also reuse hostels for accommodation purposes.

The chief secretary of education has requested to comply with the SOP issued by the education department.

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