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A GUIDE FOR OUR STUDENTS, STAFF AND VISITORS

PRE-ARRIVAL ON
CAMPUS GUIDELINES 

ON-CAMPUS
GUIDELINES 

Punitive Measures
for Non-Compliance 

IMPORTANT CONTACTS
AND RESOURCES 

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PRE-ARRIVAL ON CAMPUS GUIDELINES

PRE-ARRIVAL ON CAMPUS GUIDELINES

 
  • All students and staff entering India will have to inform of their travel plans in advance and, accordingly, produce a COVID-19 fitness certificate before entering the campus.
  • They need to self-quarantine for at least 14 days before coming to campus.

 

ON-CAMPUS GUIDELINES

Safe entry/exit, temperature checking and face masks

Safe entry/exit, temperature checking and face masks

 
  • Students, staff, vendors, contractors and visitors need to use the Government of India’s contact tracing app – Aarogya Setu – whenever they enter and exit from the campus.
  • Checking of body temperature with the use of an infrared thermometer is mandatory at the entrance of the campus.
  • Wearing a face mask at all times is mandatory. It may be removed only while eating or drinking.
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Social distancing

 
  • Maintain at least a 1-metre distance from each other.
  • High-traffic areas in the campus will be demarcated clearly with visual indicators. Floor marking stickers will also be used to reinforce social distancing measures.
  • Posters and signage boards with social distancing and hygiene measures will be placed in different areas in the campus as reminders.
  • Restrictions apply to the number of persons who can use common areas/recreational facilities at the same time:
    • Lift: A maximum of 2 persons (Students are encouraged to use the staircase to reach the campus)
    • Students who wish to play indoor table tennis should notify the Receptionist so that the number of players gets regulated
    • The library will have limited seats due to social distancing measures
  • Events or activities requiring more than 3 people are not permitted.
  • No gathering is permitted even while queuing for cafeteria.
  • Only contact-less payment options will be available at the campus.
safe-distancing

Social distancing

 
  • Maintain at least a 1-metre distance from each other.
  • High-traffic areas in the campus will be demarcated clearly with visual indicators. Floor marking stickers will also be used to reinforce social distancing measures.
  • Posters and signage boards with social distancing and hygiene measures will be placed in different areas in the campus as reminders.
  • Restrictions apply to the number of persons who can use common areas/recreational facilities at the same time:
    • Lift: A maximum of 2 persons (Students are encouraged to use the staircase to reach the campus)
    • Students who wish to play indoor table tennis should notify the Receptionist so that the number of players gets regulated
    • The library will have limited seats due to social distancing measures
  • Events or activities requiring more than 3 people are not permitted.
  • No gathering is permitted even while queuing for cafeteria.
  • Only contact-less payment options will be available at the campus.
Cleaning and Sanitisation

Cleaning and Sanitisation

 
  • Frequent hand-washing is strongly encouraged.
  • Touch-free hand sanitisers will be placed in high-traffic areas in the campus and all staff and students should sanitise their hands from time to time.
  • Surfaces potentially contaminated with the virus will be sanitised. The disinfectant will be sprayed across the campus regularly.
In Class

In Class

 
  • Students should wear the face mask all the time while in class.
  • The classroom main door will be kept open to avoid contact points.
  • Touch-free hand sanitiser will be placed at the reception. Students are encouraged to sanitise their hands.
  • Students should use the biometric facial recognition for their attendance.
  • Faculty are required to use a face shield when conducting a lecture/session.
  • Faculty will be issued a personal pouch with a face shield, four different colour markers and a pen/pencil for their individual use.
  • Faculty need to use disposable gloves which will be available for use in the classroom.
  • Each lapel/mike will have a foam-type cover as it is exposed to different users.
  • All student interactions with faculty will be carried out only electronically.
In Class

In Class

 
  • Students should wear the face mask all the time while in class.
  • The classroom main door will be kept open to avoid contact points.
  • Touch-free hand sanitiser will be placed at the reception. Students are encouraged to sanitise their hands.
  • Students should use the biometric facial recognition for their attendance.
  • Faculty are required to use a face shield when conducting a lecture/session.
  • Faculty will be issued a personal pouch with a face shield, four different colour markers and a pen/pencil for their individual use.
  • Faculty need to use disposable gloves which will be available for use in the classroom.
  • Each lapel/mike will have a foam-type cover as it is exposed to different users.
  • All student interactions with faculty will be carried out only electronically.

Classroom Seating Arrangement

Every classroom is arranged to adhere to the social distancing measures. Program Coordinators will plan for staggered class timings for different classrooms and organise the seating number arrangement of students for them to sit at their respective seat numbers.

Seating Capacity of Classrooms at the Kamala Mills campus

LCs Maximum capacity Capacity with social distancing
LC 1 57 32
LC 2 66 37
LC 3 44 22
LC 4 28 16

 

Seating Capacity of Classrooms at the Kurla campus

LCs Maximum capacity Capacity with social distancing
LC 1 75 34
LC 2 40 22
LC 3 55 35
Alpha 70 40
Bravo 60 30
Delta 32 16
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Reporting Sick

 
  • Students and staff are strongly encouraged to report to the Reception or any SP Jain staff if they feel unwell, especially if they are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19. If they can travel on their own, they should take a cab and visit the nearest clinic or hospital. They may visit:
     

    Tata Memorial Hospital
    Dr E Borges Road, Parel, Mumbai – 400012
    Call: 022 24177000

    GET DIRECTIONS

    Kohinoor Hospital
    LBS Marg, Kurla West, Mumbai – 400070
    Call: 022 67556755

    GET DIRECTIONS

     
  • Students and staff who fall ill and show respiratory symptoms will be placed in designated quarantine rooms.
  • If there is a suspected and/or affected case of COVID-19 on campus, one of the staff members should wear a Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) suit and other protective equipment to assist the medical personnel for the extraction of the affected person from the quarantine room to the ambulance.

PUNITIVE MEASURES FOR NON-COMPLIANCE OF SAFETY MEASURES

The management will impose penalty and fines for those students who do not comply with the safety measures. First-time offenders will be fined:

 

Failure to wear face mask
INR 1,000

Failure to appear for the temperature check
INR 1,000

Failure to observe 1-metre social distancing
INR 1,000

 

Subsequent and repeated offence/s will be dealt with stricter punitive measures or even prosecution.

IMPORTANT CONTACTS AND RESOURCES

Mumbai Campus

Call: 1800 212 1827

Other Contacts

Brihanmumbai Municipal
Corporation Helpline Number

Call: 1916

Tata Memorial Hospital
Dr E Borges Road, Parel, Mumbai – 400012
Call: 022 24177000

GET DIRECTIONS

Kohinoor Hospital
LBS Marg, Kurla West, Mumbai – 400070
Call: 022 67556755

GET DIRECTIONS

 

 

 

Please note: As COVID-19 is an evolving situation, our guidelines will be updated to adhere to any new directives and advisories issued by the local governing bodies.

 

 

Last updated on August 4, 2020