post graduate govt college for girls, sec-11, chandigarh

Notice regarding opening of college for students post lockdown

P.G. Govt. College for Girls, Sec-11, Chandigarh

As per the directions of Director Higher Education, Chandigarh Administration vide Letter No. DHE-UT-C2-SPD-RUSA-2013, dated-18-11-2020, the college will reopen for students Post Lockdown in a phased manner and regular teaching of the below mentioned classes will resume in the college w.e.f. 23.11.2020. The campus has been sanitized and all the SOP’s recommended by the MHA/MoE are being followed to ensure maximum safety in view of the ongoing pandemic of COVID 19.
The students of the below-listed classes may attend offline lectures/Laboratory work on the assigned day and time. Students should submit the undertaking duly signed by the parent (performa available at and follow the below listed instructions at all times.
Students of the following classes can attend academic sessions/laboratory work in person :
M.Sc.-3rd Semester (all subjects)
M.A. -3rd Semester (Psychology, Dance, Music-V, Music-I, Fine Arts) PGDCA-1st Semester
B.A.-5thSemester (Psychology, Dance, Music-V, Music-I, Fine Arts, Home Science, Physical Education, Geography)
B.Sc.-5th Semester (Med., Non-Med. & Computer Sc.)
BCA-5th Semester
Instructions to be followed strictly:
1. Students to attend college on assigned days of the week only as per the timetable which will be shared by the concerned subject teacher.
2. In case of any pre-condition like cold, cough and fever students will not be allowed to enter college premises.
3. Students must carry their ID Cards. In case of lost/stolen ID card, contact librarian for re-issue after complying with the modalities.
4. Students to carry copy of the undertaking from the parents at all times.
5. It is advised that students must carry their own water bottles, lunch boxes, sanitizers, soap strips, etc. to college.
6. It is mandatory to wear masks properly at all times (covering nose and mouth completely) and gloves.
7. It is mandatory to maintain social distancing in the classes, corridors, grounds, library, labs, washrooms and elsewhere in the entire campus.
8. Spitting in the college premises is strictly prohibited and will be a punishable offence.
9. Littering in college premises is strictly prohibited. The students would dispose-off facemasks/gloves in dustbins only.
10. Students to adhere strictly to the SOPs/Guidelines issued by the MoE, Chandigarh Administration and college authorities.
11. The college reserves the right to disallow any student from attending college in-case: -
  • she is found to be having some precondition (cold, cough and fever) or -
  • she is found to be violating any SOPs/guidelines issued by MoE, Chandigarh Administration and college authorities regarding COVID-19 Pandemic. 
Additional Instructions for Hostel Resident Students
1. The hostel resident students would have to produce COVID Negative Test Report at the time of joining hostel accommodation.
2. Since residential students may be coming from different locations, they shall remain in quarantine and self-monitor their health for a period of 14 days before being allowed to attend classes (even if they bring a negative test report).
3. Symptomatic students shall not be permitted to stay in the hostels under any circumstances. They will be referred to the nearest COVID treatment facility for clinical assessment and treatment. The parents/local guardian have to make alternate arrangements for medical care of such students immediately.
4. Sharing of room is not allowed. There will be one resident student in one room.
5. There should be no crowding in hostel areas where students live in close proximity and share common facilities and utilities like common room, library, computer room, dining halls, grounds/parks.
6. Thermal Screening of all resident students shall be ensured.
7. It is mandatory to maintain physical/social distancing in dining halls, common rooms, playing areas, and it should be ensured by the students at all times.
8. Meals shall be served in small batches to avoid over-crowding. So students would visit the dining halls as per allotted time slot only.
9. Wearing of face covers/masks and proper sanitization of hands is strictly to be ensured by the resident students at all times.
10. Resident students shall not be allowed weekly outings.
11. No visitor will be allowed to visit the resident students, except in case of medical emergency
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