Letter to President over DU not holding ECA trials in view of COVID-19

Letter to President over DU not holding ECA trials in view of COVID-19

By: REDHEART | New Delhi |

Revealed: July 4, 2020 9:59:05 pm


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Danseuses Sonal Mansingh and Geeta Chandran have endorsed a letter written by some Delhi College professors to the President concerning extra-curricular actions trials not being held this 12 months in view of the coronavirus pandemic. President Ram Nath Kovind is customer to the varsity.

“Final 12 months the variety of disciplines within the Further-Curricular Actions (ECA) was expanded to 12, other than NCC, NSS and Sports activities. Regrettably, this 12 months, when the constituency of the humanities is already reeling below unprecedented stresses, its valence has been additional eroded with the choice of not opening the ECA quota to arts and sports activities. The said cause is COVID-19 and the necessity for social distancing,” it mentioned.

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This 12 months, the ECA trials will not be being held and admission to NCC, NSS, and sports activities shall be finished on the idea of certificates.

“We really feel that on this case, the numbers can simply be managed by way of social distancing and regular COVID precautions of sanitizing and sporting of masks. Through the dancing or singing trial the entry will be restricted and appropriate distance will be maintained between artiste and judges,” it mentioned.

Sonal Mansingh and Geeta Chandran have endorsed the letter, a professor mentioned.

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