As per the orders received from the University of Mumbai (Ref.No. AFF/ICC/2021-22/440, dated 16th October 2021) and therein cited the GR from Higher and Technical Education Department, Government of Maharashtra (Ref. No. संकीर्ण २०२१ / प्र. क्र. ६ विशि ३, dated 13th October 2021) college shall be commencing blended teaching in a phased manner. Offline lectures/practicals, along with simultaneously broadcast online sessions will commence from 18th November 2021 as per the schedule listed below:
All T.Y and MA/MSc part II – 18th November 2021 Lectures/ Practical will commence 11.00 am onwards, as per timetable.
All S.Y – 22nd November 2021 – as per timetable.
All F.Y and MA/MSc part I – 6th December 2021 – as per timetable.
Offline lectures/practicals, along with simultaneously broadcast online sessions (blended teaching) will commence for the upcoming semester as per above declared schedule. Your course instructor would inform you about the starting date of blended teaching for their specific courses/labs.
Please be informed that all the ‘in-college’ lectures will also continue to be made available in recorded form by respective course teachers as has been the mandate in the past, for those who are unable to physically attend college. This will continue till the University of Mumbai officially declares that physical attendance for all students is mandatory.
Your physical attendance in college for lectures/practicals is welcome but entirely voluntary. Permission to physically attend lectures/practicals in college is conditional and also based on the ‘Standard Operating Procedure for COVID appropriate behaviour in Colleges Affiliated to the University of Mumbai’ as summarised below :
1. Student producing the valid document about being fully vaccinated (two doses) against Covid19 (GOI given certificate) on the AarogyaSetu app or in hardcopy, on every visit to the college, at college entrance.
2. Submission of disclaimer form in hard copy with parental consent therein, submitted to the Departmental Head and obtaining a receipt of the same, and showing it if asked at the college entrance.
3. Being found physically fit to attend college (normal body temperature, as detected at the point of entry in college) every time the student attends.
4. Agreeing to strictly follow all the safety protocols and regulations as mandated by the Government of India with regards to prevention of the spread of Covid 19.