UoH to run hostels with limited facilities

After a detailed review of the emerging situation and taking a considerate view of: Railways shutdown and other disruptions to transport infrastructure, Complete lockdown of 75 districts, including the campus area, and Latest UGC and MHRD circulars, the University has decided to compassionately reconsider its earlier order dated 20.03.2020, asking students to vacate the hostels. Hence, taking into account the interests of our staff and employees as well as the welfare of the students and residents of the campus, a few hostels will be kept open with common and basic mess facilities with skeletal staff. Also, in light of the provisions of The Epidemic Diseases Act 1897 invoked by the State Government of Telangana towards extraordinary measures undertaken for prevention and control of COVID19 pandemic in the university campus, students who wish to remain on campus will be permitted to do so after signing an Undertaking, taking responsibility for their decision and agreeing to adhere to all safety measures advocated by the state/university authorities.  Such a list has to be maintained and communicated, if required to the statutory authorities. This also firmly implies that those students who have already left the campus will not be permitted to come back until the situation returns to normal, as directed by the State government and university advisory. Further, all students staying on the campus are directed to comply with the following: Not to form groups Take individual...

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An Appeal

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Decision to close hostels after a detailed review

The decision to evacuate the hostels taken by the University of Hyderabad earlier today came after reviewing how many students complied with the advisory given last Sunday to return to their homes. A substantial number of students continuing to stay in the hostels in...

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