The pre final year students of IIT ISM, Dhanbad will also come to the campus lot. The institute management has directed the concerned students of BTech, MTech, MSc Tech, MBA to report on October 20. Here, the hostel premises are being cleaned for bringing the students back. All important places including rooms are being sanitized.
The management has also made it clear that students can go to the institute at their own risk. At present the classes will be conducted online only. Meaning the students will stay in the hostel and from there they will have to do classes from their laptop, desktop, tab etc. Right now the management has not given permission to conduct online classes. It is to be noted that the students had been demanding from the management to call the campus for a long time. Till now only the final year students have brought the institute.
The campus was closed with the Janata curfew
The campus was closed along with the Janata curfew due to Kovid-19. Latta was given to all the students. Now after about 20 months, about 2 thousand students of pre-final year of all the courses including B.Tech third year will bring the institute. BTech third year students had also campaigned on social media to call the campus.
Students will stay in Quarantine for a week after return
After reaching the campus, the pre-final year students will have to stay in their hostel rooms for a week in quarantine. Even after the completion of this period, students will be able to move on campus.
Undertaking to return at your own risk
A minimum of one dose of vaccine will be mandatory to return to campus. In view of the third possible wave of corona infection, the management has made it mandatory to have at least one dose of the vaccine to bring the campus.
2nd year students did not see IIT
B.Tech second year students are also demanding to call the campus. Students say that online admission took place and studies are also being done online. How IIT will be, it can only be imagined every day. Engineering is not possible through online studies. The students also did a peaceful protest on Twitter on 14 September.