LAHORE: Punjab Greater Training Division (HED) has introduced the re-opening of upper training institutes throughout the province from September 16.
College of the Punjab (UTP) Vice-Chancellor Niaz Ahmad Akhtar shared the HED’s notification on Twitter, stating that the institutes are being re-opened in compliance with the Nationwide Command and Operation Centre’s (NCOC) directives.
In keeping with the notification, all private and non-private universities, diploma awarding institutes and schools in all of the cities of Punjab shall re-open from September 16, on a staggered foundation.
Furthermore, the administrations of the stated institutes have been directed to make sure strict adherence to coronavirus-related restrictions and Customary Working Procedures (SOPs), together with 100% vaccination of all of the educating and non-teaching workers, and college students.
The notification reiterates that strict adherence to COVID curbs will stay enforced until September 22, 2021.
In a separate Twitter put up, Akhtar shared an announcement issued by UTP Registrar Muhammad Khalid Khan, notifying that the varsity will resume from September 16.
In keeping with the notification, UTP will begin functioning with 50% attendance three days per week in compliance with the NCOC tips.
The registrar has directed all of the heads of departments to make sure adherence to the directives reiterated by the PHEC.
Furthermore, the Corridor Council chairman has been directed to make sure 100% vaccination of hostel residents and submission of vaccination certificates.