According to Tribhuvan University, the teachers and staff who were given public leave during the lockdown period announced by the government to reduce the risk of infection with Corona virus (Covid-19) have ended.
After the government announced the removal of the lockdown from Tuesday night, the university also said that the public leave of the teaching staff has ended.
It is mentioned in the public notice by Surya Prasad Adhikari, Chief of Information and Public Relations Division under the Office of the Registrar of the University that the public holiday has also ended as the Government of Nepal has decided to end the lockdown from midnight on July 20.
As soon as the lockdown was announced, the university postponed regular examinations and other educational activities.
The university has stated that all the campuses under the university will be open from Wednesday following the health safety guidelines. However, the notice states that the activities prohibited by the Government of Nepal, including the regular reading of students and operation of the library, will not be carried out.
The administration of the university was reopened on July 22 after the government relaxed the lockdown.