For those who have thought Panjab University as their hangout zone, here’s a news for you all.

PU is no longer your gedi route!

The university has tightened its norms on ‘vehicle-free’ policy under which any breach of rule will be penalised. 

Some of the things identified in the new policy are: 

  • Following are considered offences and fined Rs. 1oo

♦ Parking at non-designated zones

♦ Blowing of horns

♦ Use of bikes without mufflers

♦ Vehicles without stickers

  • Mandatory for College teachers visiting the campus to carry their identity card or authorisation letter from their principal to enter the campus.
     
  •  
     Research scholars  will be allowed entry on basis of permission from their supervisor and department chairperson.
  • No student will be allowed entry in the university after 5pm and on holidays with out permission.
  • Students coming to library should have permission of librarian and have to park their vehicles in parking area near gate number 1.
     
  • Students coming to USOL have to carry their ID card while visiting the campus.
  • Students studying in department of evening studies should have a valid ID card and can enter only on two-wheelers.
  • For outsiders, the university has a parking lot at gate number 1 to accommodate around 200 vehicles. 

The policy was approved by the syndicate during its meeting on Sunday in which the report of the sub-committee was tabled for consideration. It will be tabled for a final nod in the next senate meeting so that it is implemented from the 2017-18 academic session.

After the firing incident on April 8, 2016, the PU restricted entry inside the campus.  

 

Source: Times of India

 

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