Campuses of KSGI are Covid 19 Safe

We are all now in to the new normal. While the global pandemic is going to stay for Some more time, we can’t stay inside forever. Our Group of Institutions is now open with all safety measures. All our campuses are COVID 19 Safe. Following the UGC guideline is our topmost priority to keep our campus safe from the pandemic. We are also taking additional precautionary guidelines for our students, staff and visitors. Health is our main concern, so we have enforced the ultimate safety rule to all.

We pursued an awareness campaign about the government’s general guideline, which has to be followed strictly throughout the campus. Violation of any of these following rules will not be accepted.

  • The gathering of students and staff is prohibited inside and surrounding the campus.
  • Physical distancing has to be followed as far as feasible.
  • Using a mask or face cover is mandatory inside the campus. Without a mask, no one is allowed to enter inside.
  • Students and staff are bound to use alcohol-based hand sanitisers to sanitize hands frequently or they can use soap or hand wash.
  • Students and staffs are strictly following respiratory etiquettes (covering one’s mouth and nose while coughing/sneezing with a tissue/handkerchief/flexed elbow and disposing of used tissues properly)
  • Spitting is restricted in and outside of the campus.
  • We all have installed and are using the Aarogya Setu App for daily monitoring as per the government’s guidelines.
  • Every entrance and exit points are maintaining thermal screening and sanitization for every person who enters inside the campus.

We have also run an awareness campaign for all members of K. S. Group Of Institutions regarding,

  • How the infection spreads, common symptoms, and the precautions and measures needed to stop it from spreading.
  • Maintaining hygiene, such as how to wash hands, cough or sneeze into a tissue or elbow, and avoid touching the face, eyes, mouth, and nose, should be taught to students and staff regularly.
  • The importance of physical separation, face covers/masks, hygiene, and other factors should be stressed to everyone.