Itanagar: The Rajiv Gandhi University (RGU) has announced to suspend offline classes for all courses with effect from May 1 until further orders.
RGU registrar Dr NT Rikam said the decision to suspend the classes were taken in view of the second wave of coronavirus pandemic raging through the state and country and in conformity with the latest notifications issued by the state and central governments.
The decision was also taken keeping in view the increasing number of COVID-19 cases in the university campus, Dr Rikam said.
The registrar further said all the halls of residences of the university would also be closed down and all the boarders would have to vacate the hostel on or before May 01.
He, however, said all academic activities including classes and examinations will be conducted online as per the modified Academic Calendar 2020-21 (Dynamic Last Phase).
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