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Ministry of Health’s Recommendation to close Educational Institutions

Published on 09/04/2021
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As the risk of covid increases, educational institutions have begun to prioritize online classes.

The School of Science and School of Engineering of Kathmandu University have called for conducting online classes. Even Tribhuvan University has requested to decide on conducting online or face-to-face classes by analyzing the situation.

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Dean of KU School of Science P.D. Kanhaiya Jha and the Dean of the School of Engineering, P.D. Manish Pokharel have requested to conduct online classes from Thursday as it is difficult to attend the university and study regularly due to the re-spread of the corona epidemic worldwide.

The Dean’s Offices of Kathmandu University have requested the school and departmental administrations to run smoothly during the operation of online classes and to carry out research and project activities as per the decision of the concerned heads.

Tribhuvan University has requested to conduct online classes in the campuses of physically present and uncomfortable places where Kovid is not at risk. Trivia Shikshaadhyaksha P.D. Shivlal Bhusal said, “As the risk of covid has increased, colleges have asked us to decide for ourselves.” We have asked them to conduct face-to-face classes where possible and online classes where they are uncomfortable. ‘

The Ministry of Health has recommended the Covid-19 Crisis Management Committee (CCMC) to close down educational institutions, saying the new strain of the virus is spreading rapidly. Director of Epidemiology and Disease Control Division Dr. Krishna Poudel said that he had requested to close the educational institution. “Lately, the number of children in the age group of 18 years (school age group) has been increasing,” said Director Poudel.

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