KU shut for two days after employees test COVID-19 positive

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Srinagar: Kashmir University’s main campus will remain closed for two days in view of some COVID-19 positive cases being reported amongst employees from various units of the University.

However, the essential services staff of the university health center, sanitation, landscape wing, construction division, proctorial wing etcetera shall continue to perform their duties with full strength.

Registrar Dr. Nisar Ahmad Mir said that employees experiencing symptoms of the virus are advised to get themselves screened for COVID-19.

Meanwhile, all the university examinations scheduled on 23-04-2021 (Friday) and 24-04-2021 (Saturday) are hereby postponed.

“Fresh dates of postponed examinations will be notified later on,” Controller of Examinations Prof Irshad A Nawchoo said. (GNS)

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