Proctor Office issues guidelines for exhibition visit


Aligarh : Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) Proctor, Prof Mohd Wasim Ali has categorically asked students to follow all preventive measures for Covid-19 containment while visiting the ‘State Industrial and Agricultural Exhibition, Aligarh’ scheduled to begin from December 19.

The list of guidelines issued by the Proctor Office, AMU stated that it is a must for all students visiting the Exhibition to wear masks and maintain social distance as notified by the Government of India and to carry their university identity cards.

“Since the Proctorial Camp at the Exhibition Ground will close at 10 pm daily, students should leave by that time as no assistance will be provided after 10 pm in case of untoward incidents. AMU students attending programmes in the Krishnanjali, Kohinoor and Muktakash halls are advised to confine themselves in areas earmarked for them. Meanwhile the theatres, Lal Taal, Hullar Bazar, Hindolas, Nautankees and places conducting Variety Shows are kept out of bounds for students”, stated the Proctor Office notice.

The notice further makes it necessary for AMU students to follow traffic rules on their way to the Exhibition Ground. They (students) should not hold each other’s hands while walking in the Exhibition premises.

“University students are requested to follow crowd movement arrangements and to cooperate with on duty police personnel and the proctorial team. Dignity, sincerity and politeness are some of the legacies of AMU students and the same shall be maintained. The students found flouting the instructions shall be liable to be dealt with as per AMU Students’ Conduct and Discipline Rules, 1985”, stated the notice.



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